COVID-19 Dashboard

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  • L.A. County Public Health defines a cluster as 3 or more epidemiologically linked cases reported within a 14-day period in the higher education setting. As such, these cluster numbers reflect the cluster count when at least one of the cases was on campus or involved in an off-campus university activity while they were infectious.

    DateClusters
    11/8/22 1
    10/24/22 1
    10/8/22 1
    10/4/22 2
    10/2/22 1
    9/21/22 1
    9/16/22 1
    9/15/22 2
    9/13/22 2
    9/12/22 1
    9/7/22 1
    9/6/22 1
    9/5/22 1
    9/3/22 1
    9/2/22 1
    8/31/22 1
    8/24/22 1
    7/20/22 1
    7/16/22 1
    7/14/22 1
    7/11/22 1
    6/29/22 1
    6/26/22 1
    6/24/22 1
    6/16/22 1
    6/7/22 1
    5/24/22 1
    5/10/22 1
    5/8/22 1
    5/5/22 1
    5/4/22 2
    4/27/22 1
    4/25/22 1
    4/21/22 2
    4/20/22 1
    4/16/22 1
    4/13/22 2
    4/11/22 1
    4/9/22 2
    4/4/22 1
    4/1/22 1
    3/29/22 2
    2/21/22 1
    2/17/22 3
    2/16/22 1
    2/14/22 1
    2/13/22 1
    2/12/22 1
    2/11/22 1
    2/10/22 2
    2/9/22 1
    2/1/22 1
    1/27/22 1
    1/24/22 1
    1/18/22 1
    1/15/22 1
    1/12/22 1*
    1/11/22 1
    1/10/22 2
    1/6/22 1
    12/31/21 1
    12/29/21 1
    12/26/21 1
    12/18/21 1
    12/16/21 1
    11/18/21 1
    11/13/21 1
    10/27/21 1
    10/19/21 1
    9/22/21 1
    12/30/20 1
    12/10/20 1
    11/16/20 1
    8/26/20 1

     

    *The university has received further information that the 2 clusters listed on this date were 1 related cluster, and so the count has been changed from 2 to 1.

    • COVID Cases – LMU records lab-confirmed COVID-19 cases for individuals who have been on campus or participated in approved university activity during their infectious period. This includes COVID-19 test results from tests collected on-campus and tests collected off-campus. The COVID Support Team is notified directly of all positive tests collected from the on-campus testing center. Tests collected off-campus must be reported by the by the individual to the COVID Support Team.
    • Isolation – The isolation count reflects those individuals who are currently in isolation as a result of a lab-confirmed COVID-19 test, a diagnosis of COVID-19 by a medical provider, or the development of symptoms after a known-exposure to an individual while they were infectious with COVID-19. The COVID Support Team tracks isolation for those who have been on campus or participated in an approved university activity during their infectious period, including students, employees, contract employees and visitors. Note that all COVID-19 positive individuals are instructed to follow LA County Public Health isolation protocol.
    • Quarantine – L.A. County Public Health quarantine protocol is no longer applicable for asymptomatic close contacts, and the university remains in alignment with these evolving directives. Read more at the L.A. County Public Health Instructions for Close Contacts page.
    • Multiple cases, even if simultaneous, do not always constitute a cluster or an outbreak. A cluster or an outbreak is defined by the L.A. County Department of Public Health as three (3) or more epidemiologically-linked cases within a 14-day period. Epidemiologically linked cases include persons with identifiable connections to each other such as sharing a physical space (e.g., in a classroom, office, or gathering), indicating a higher likelihood of linked spread of disease in that setting rather than sporadic transmission from the broader community.
    • Upon request, the COVID Support Team also provides guidance to those in our community who are 100% remote and diagnosed or exposed to COVID-19. However, their positive cases, isolation, and quarantine are not tracked or reported by LMU per LA County Department of Public Health.
    • For the latest Los Angeles County figures, please visit the county's COVID-19 Surveillance Dashboard.