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Campus Impact Report

Consistent with CSU Pueblo response protocols and Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment (PDPHE) guidance, anyone identified within our campus community as being at risk of exposure from these individuals will be notified if they need to quarantine and/or self-monitor for symptoms.

The data below is provided by the CSU Pueblo COVID-19 Response and Planning Team (CRPT). We anticipate that the increased availability of testing for COVID-19 will reveal more cases in our campus and local communities.

Current Monthly Cases

Positives Reported

As of March 21, 2022

POSITIVE
STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES 6
OTHER* 0

Quarantines and Isolations

QUARANTINED Q ON CAMPUS I ON CAMPUS
STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES 7 0 0
OTHER* 0 0 0

Total reported cases since July 1, 2020

POSITIVE ACTIVE INACTIVE
STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES 634 23 3543
OTHER* 31

Total Fatalities: 4

Case Definitions

  • *Other — contractors, campus partners, etc.
  • Reported Cases — Total reports received through the COVID reporting process
  • Positive (I) Cases — Reported cases that involve diagnosed COVID-positive individuals
  • Quarantined (Q) — Student or employee has been asked to separate and restrict their movement, because of confirmed or probable exposure to a contagious illness, in order to monitor for symptoms. Residence Life and Housing Quarantining Procedure.
  • (Q) On Campus — Student or employee, who lives in on-campus housing, has been asked to separate and restrict their movement, following Residence Life and Housing policies, because of confirmed or probable exposure to a contagious illness in order to monitor for symptoms.
  • (I) On Campus — Confirmed positive cases with a contagious illness who has been asked to separate from people who
    are not sick.
  • Active Case — Positive or probable cases, symptomatic cases, or individuals awaiting test results in quarantine, who are
    being monitored or managed CSU Pueblo CRPT.
  • Inactive Case — Case no longer monitored by CSU Pueblo CRPT (e.g., quarantine period or symptom monitoring period
    passed, affiliate is allowed to return to work/visit/study on campus, etc.)
  • NOTE: Antigenic Positives and PCR positives totals may not match campus totals, as some individuals seek multiple tests. Any reference to “tests” is a count of administered tests, which could include multiple tests on single individuals; references to “cases” refers to individual students or employees. Numbers do not necessarily reflect individuals who have or have not been on university grounds or in classes. In some cases, there may be a delay in counting positive test results, causing the data for dates in the past to change. 

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