For more information and updates on MassArt's response to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, please visit massart.edu/coronavirus. Please review the Technology department operations during Coronavirus-COVID-19 pandemic wiki article for information on access to Technology department facilities and services. Please submit technical issues and service requests to the help desk web customer portal, via email at helpdesk@massart.edu, or via phone 617.879.7888.
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We’re pleased to announce that MassArt’s COVID-19 Campus Dashboard is now live, displaying key metrics on the health and safety measures we’re taking to protect our college community. The MassArt metrics displayed in the dashboard, along with comparative metrics from Boston and Massachusetts, will be updated every Wednesday to reflect data from the previous week. 

Weekly Summary (Feb. 17 - Feb. 23)

  • We have had no positive test results from community members in the last 7 days (hooray!)

  • A total of 2 people are being supported through their isolation period from previous positive test results prior to this week

  • Since last week's update, we have had 2 people clear isolation 

  • 5 people have been identified as close contacts and are being supported through their quarantine period

  • Since we started testing in August, we have conducted a total of 17,675 COVID tests, and we have had a total of 57 community members who have received positive test results

Reach out by email or phone 401.281.9332 to our COVID Team if you learn you were in close contact with someone who now has COVID or are experiencing symptoms. 


COVID Data Definitions
  • Positive Case: A person who has tested positive for COVID-19 through a SARS-CoV-2 viral diagnostic test. 

  • Positive Test Rate (also called Positivity Rate): The percentage of positive test results out of the total of all tests administered. 

  • Isolation: For someone who has tested COVID positive, it is important for them to stay away from others to avoid transmission of the virus, even if they do not have symptoms. The isolation period is a required 10-day period from the positive test result or the onset of symptoms for someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. This is an important public health measure to decrease the spread of COVID-19.

  • Quarantine: For someone who has been exposed to an individual who has tested COVID positive, it is important for them to stay away from others to avoid potential transmission of the virus, even if they do not have symptoms. The quarantine period is a required 14-day period from the last exposure to someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19. This is an important public health measure to decrease the spread of COVID-19. 

  • Recovered: Individuals who are in our testing program who have recovered after a positive test result for COVID-19 since testing began on August 17, 2020.

Other COVID dashboards from schools in the Colleges of the Fenway and Boston area:

(these are hyperlinked- click on the name to go to the external site)

Mass College of Pharmacy and Health Science

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Simmons University

Boston University 

Northeastern University

City and State COVID dashboards: 

The City of Boston

Massachusetts


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