The College has been at the green level since Sept. 9, meaning that there are “few identified or contained cases,” symptom surveillance is at the seasonal norm, and compliance with mitigation efforts is very high.
As of Sept. 29, 39,875 negative tests, ten positive cases, and 413 inconclusive tests (or 1% of the total) have been identified. Currently, there is one positive case in isolation and six students are in quarantine.
The positive cases are made up of four faculty or staff members and six students. Nine positive cases have recovered since classes started.
At the green level, programs and activities can happen, indoor spaces have fewer seats, and group sizes are limited (to 50 for official events and ten for unofficial student gatherings, both requiring distancing and masks).
~Sonia Lachter ‘22