New FIU COVID-19 Dashboard Reports 10 students and 4 professors had virus last week.

Screenshot of the FIU Community COVID-19 Self-Reported Cases Dashboard launched yesterday night.

By Jordan Coll/ News Director, Teresa Schuster/ Staff Writer, and Valentina Palm/ Editor-in-Chief

10 FIU students and four professors self-reported contracting COVID-19 the week before fall 2020 classes started.

Seven of the students live or study on campus and one of the professors teaches face-to-face, according to the FIU dashboard launched yesterday night.

The dashboard divides COVID-19 cases into four categories; students living or learning on campus, students learning remotely, faculty/staff working on campus, or working remotely. Cases are self-reported cases using the Panthers app and the FIU COVID-19 response team.

FIU will update the dashboard’s COVID-19 case numbers weekly. 

215 student cases were reported from Mar. 12 to Aug. 16., along with 113 faculty and staff cases, according to the FIU dashboard.

Screenshot of the P3 apps

Contact the FIU COVID-19 Response Team at (305)348-1919 if you have any questions or think you should get tested. 

This article will be updated.

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