The COVID-19 Dashboard will not be updated during the summer of 2022. The College is currently not conducting COVID testing.
Active Cases / StudentUpdated: 5/19/2022
Active Cases / EmployeeUpdated: 5/20/2022
Student Initial Vaccination RateUpdated: 9/1/2021
Employee Initial Vaccination RateUpdated: 8/26/2021
Student Vaccination Rate with BoosterUpdated: 1/20/2022
Employee Vaccination Rate with BoosterUpdated: 1/24/2022
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*Full population snapshot conducted
About the data
Student "Active Cases" and "Positive Test" data include (1) surveillance tests of unvaccinated members of the student body, tested at specific time intervals, (2) point-of-care tests administered on demand when (a) students are symptomatic or suspected of having been exposed, or (b) the College is conducting targeted screening of particular cohorts, and (3) any "snapshot" tests for all vaccinated members of the student body.
Employee "Active Cases" and "Positive Test" data include (1) surveillance tests for all unvaccinated faculty and staff, conducted through their off-campus provider of choice, (2) symptomatic point-of-care testing for employees conducted by an off-campus provider, and (3) any "snapshot" tests for all vaccinated faculty and staff.
Vaccination rates for employees and students include all those who have verified vaccination to the College. All those who have no verified vaccination must have an authorized exemption for medical or religious reasons and are subject to additional health and safety requirements including weekly testing.
COVID-19 Testing at Haverford
- For Spring 2022, students will be tested upon return from Winter Break and Spring Break. Drop-in testing is available every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday and is highly encouraged.
- Faculty and staff will participate in a COVID testing snapshots at 2 and 4 weeks into the semester to inform ongoing mitigation and testing strategies. Drop-in testing is available March 24-26, the week after spring break.
- Any students, faculty, or staff who received an exemption from the vaccine requirement will be tested on a weekly basis.
- For symptomatic students, testing is available. Employees may access free testing via a medical professional or local provider/pharmacy.
- Anyone who has a close contact (longer than 15 minutes of contact with a COVID-positive individual at a distance of less than 6 feet) must follow these rules which include obtaining a COVID test 3-5 days after exposure.
- Regular surveillance testing is currently not required for faculty, staff, and students who are asymptomatic and vaccinated.
The COVID-19 Dashboard displays vaccine rates and positive test results for the on-campus community. We will not be sending general notifications about individual cases of COVID-19.
Please see the Be-Safe website for fuller information relating to COVID health, safety, and well-being.
What Haverford Does with Positive Results
- Students who test positive will move to isolation spaces and may leave campus if picked up by a family member.
- The College will monitor their health throughout the process and determine when they may be cleared to return.
- Employees who test positive must self-isolate off campus.
- Before returning to campus, the employee must be cleared by a physician.
- All positive student and employee test results are reported to the Montgomery County Office of Public Health.
- The College will perform on-campus contact tracing, through which any person identified as coming into close contact with the COVID-positive individual will be notified and provided instructions.
- As appropriate to each case, the College may notify nearby community members who are not close contacts that there has been a COVID case in their proximity and to answer questions, without disclosing the identity of the affected individual unless they have the individual’s permission.
Responding to Data
The COVID-19 Dashboard reflects the sum of positive test results for the on-campus community. We will not be sending general notifications about individual cases of COVID-19.
- The College is tracking test results, positivity rates, and reviewing data trends on a daily basis.
- We will use this data to determine whether additional risk-mitigating measures are necessary.
- If additional risk-mitigating measures are deemed necessary, we will alert the community.