Tulane’s Spring 2021 comprehensive COVID-19 Testing Program currently includes testing all undergraduate students three times per week, and testing graduate students and employees (faculty, staff and contract workers) every two weeks. This reporting dashboard, which includes results back to Jan. 4, 2021, is updated daily with the previous day’s testing results. Click here to view the Fall 2020 dashboard.
Results from all testing conducted by Tulane’s Molecular Pathology Lab, including numbers of tests and positive results, is shared with the Louisiana Department of Health and is reflected in state and city reporting, however there is a lag in reporting between our dashboard and that of the city and state.
Spring semester surveillance testing data begins on Jan. 4, 2021. Cumulative surveillance testing data includes all testing through the Tulane testing program since July 28, 2020.
A daily view of testing through Tulane’s testing program. Since the receipt of results are staggered within 48-hour periods and are often delivered from the lab in batches, it is best to view these numbers as trends. Testing for the spring semester return to campus began on Jan. 4, 2021.
If a student, faculty or staff member is confirmed positive, submit the COVID-19 Reporting Form to begin contact tracing immediately.
Protocols are in place to help limit the spread of COVID-19. Every student, faculty and staff member shares in the responsibility to comply.
Tulane’s testing program helps to swiftly identify and isolate all positive individuals and to quarantine all close contacts to limit the spread of COVID-19.