COVID-19 Cases, Reporting & What to Do

CURRENT CAMPUS COVID-19 SAFETY LEVEL: YELLOW

COVID-19 Cases with Campus Contact

21 active positive cases with campus contact as of 4:00 p.m. on 11/30/2020. (252 total positive cases with campus contact since August 24, 2020.)

The cumulative total of reported, confirmed positive COVID-19 cases on the MSUM campus will be posted daily, Monday through Friday. Student and employee confidentiality laws prohibit disclosure of identities and their test results. In the interest of being as transparent as possible, we are providing the number of reported cases above as an indicator of the level of activity of the disease in our campus community. These statistics reflect information self-reported to the University and confirmed in cooperation with local and state health departments, and may not be exhaustive. For questions, please contact DragonsCare@mnstate.edu.

View a summary of the color levels and some of the main indicators that inform the setting of the safety level.

What to do if you experience symptoms of COVID-19

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Download the Dragons Care What to do Chart to help you decide how to proceed if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or if you have been in close contact with someone who has. Take care, Dragons!

MSUM COVID-19 Dashboards

Campus Safety Level - YELLOW
On Oct. 16, 2020, MSUM elevated our campus safety level from GREEN to YELLOW.

This change is not intended to signal that our campus is unsafe. In fact, our October 16 active COVID-19 case counts and quarantine numbers are lower than they were in mid-September. However, after months of responding to the pandemic, it seems clear that those numbers don’t fully capture the stress on our campus community. The transition to YELLOW is an acknowledgment of that stress—and a reminder of the seriousness of the situation in our community.