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COVID Dashboard

COVID Dashboard

Post University is committed to transparency as it communicates information pertaining to COVID-19. The dashboard is a source of information for members of our community to remain updated on the most accurate COVID-19 data related to our campus.

Active cases refers to the number of students who have tested positive and are currently in isolation on or off campus.

Active Cases

Date Update Current Active Cases
Monday, Oct 18 16

*The number of active cases will be updated every Monday.

Total Cases

Date Range Total Cases New Cases
in last 10 days
Aug 30 – Oct 18 22 16

 

Current COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures

Keeping Eagles Healthy

Post University continues to monitor the health status of the campus and adjust our protocols and policies as needed. The safety of our students and employees remains our biggest priority.

Detailed COVID-19 information is also available on our Covid-19 Page.
Our Fall 2021 Plan is here.

Masking

  • For fully vaccinated faculty, staff, and students, masking indoors is encouraged.
  • Faculty members may require students to wear masks in their individual classrooms.
  • Students, faculty, and staff who are not fully vaccinated (those partially vaccinated and/or those who have an approved religious or medical accommodation) are required to wear masks inside campus buildings. The only exceptions are when these individuals are alone in a private office/space, in a personal residence hall room, or eating or drinking.

Daily Symptom Checking

The University will monitor for COVID-19 symptoms, flu-like symptoms, and other health-related issues. Main campus students must use the Post Mobile App on their smartphone.  The Post Mobile App supports contact tracing and students must scan the QR codes as they enter each classrooms and other buildings on campus.  To understand contact tracing, please read this link.

Off Campus COVID Tests

Any student who gets a COVID-19 test from an off campus facility (i.e. drug store, doctor’s office, walk-in clinic) must immediately notify University Health Services of the COVID-19 test results, whether positive or negative.

 

 

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