The University of La Verne’s COVID-19 reporting dashboard provides timely and accurate information about the health of our on-campus community. We expect all members of the university community to follow health and safety protocols to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Those include staying home when sick, physical distancing, wearing masks, and routine hand washing. These and other requirements are detailed in the La Verne Safe Return plan.
Comprehensive COVID-19 data for Los Angeles County is available through the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
Reported COVID-19 Cases
The numbers below reflect positive COVID-19 cases for individuals who have been on a University of La Verne campus or physically participated in a university program during their infectious period.
|Location||Past Week (Oct. 4-10)||This Term (Since Aug. 15)|
|La Verne Campus||2||23|
*Includes only cases related to University of La Verne students, faculty, and staff at regional campus locations.
Reporting a Positive Case or Exposure
University community members who believe they have come in contact with someone infected by the novel coronavirus or have contracted the coronavirus are asked to fill out a Novel Coronavirus Information Form.
Positive Case Response
Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 must engage in self-isolation and may not come to campus or, if a resident, must isolate in a designated isolation room. Students may not return to campus or leave the isolation room unless at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first started, they have had no fever or respiratory symptoms for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication, and have received written clearance to discontinue isolation from the COVID-19 compliance officer.
Faculty and Staff
Any employee who tests positive for COVID-19 must engage in self-isolation and may not come to campus. Employees may not return to campus unless at least 10 days have passed since symptoms first started, they have had no fever or respiratory symptoms for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication, and have received written clearance to discontinue isolation from the COVID-19 compliance officer.
Contact Tracing of COVID-19 Cases
University of La Verne staff will conduct a detailed assessment when someone who has been on a campus or physically participated in a university program tests positive for COVID-19 in order to determine potential “close contacts.” According to CDC guidelines, “close contacts” are those who have been within 6 feet of an infected person, with or without a mask, for 15 minutes or more. Close contacts will be notified directly by the university’s Containment, Response, and Control Team. Individuals who have had close contact with someone with COVID-19 may be directed to quarantine and seek testing, depending on their vaccination status.