Salve Regina's coronavirus testing dashboard is designed to inform the University community of the pandemic’s impact on campus. Information on this page will be updated as results become available, typically by the end of each workday. The dashboard reflects tests conducted by Salve Regina through the Broad Institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
As part of the Back to Salve testing plan, all students were required to have a negative test result from the University’s onboarding program prior to attending classes in person. Faculty and staff members teaching and working on campus during the fall semester also participated in the onboarding testing program.
Salve Regina’s comprehensive surveillance testing program began Sept. 14. In cases where a student or employee fails to disclose to Salve Regina that they have tested positive outside of the surveillance program, the University will have no way of knowing and communicating that information. Thus, information on this dashboard reflects only those cases that Salve Regina is aware of.
Confidentiality laws prohibit Salve Regina from disclosing any identifying information about affected individuals. Students who have tested positive will be isolated, and those believed to be at risk for exposure will be contacted and asked to self-quarantine. Faculty and staff who test positive will also be asked to isolate and those believed to be at risk for exposure will be contacted and asked to self-quarantine. Any impacted individual must receive clearance from the University to return to campus.