COVID-19 Dashboard & Surveillance Testing Results
No identifying information will be shared about a person who tests positive for COVID-19 to comply with federal health privacy regulations.
Delaware County Public Health is conducting the contact tracing and will notify anyone who they deem to be at risk of exposure.
Practicing health behaviors, such as wearing a face mask, maintaining six feet of social distance between yourself and others, washing your hands frequently with soap and water, and not attending gatherings of more than 10 people are the best ways to protect yourself from contracting COVID-19 and other viruses.
SUNY COVID-19 Tracker
- SUNY Delhi uploads data to the SUNY Tracker at approximately 4 p.m. daily.
- Choose Delhi from the campus list below to view our campus COVID-19 data.
- Understanding the Data on the Dashboard
Important Reminders about the Dashboard:
This is a SUNY developed dashboard. Data is uploaded to the dashboard once per day based on the information available at that time. There will be a lag between the time surveillance testing or PCR testing is conducted and when the results are received.
The most up-to-date information will be displayed on the dashboard if you check the latest 14 day period at the top. Remember, individuals are typically in precautionary quarantine or quarantine for about 10 days which may cause them to be reported in two 14-day periods.
Questions about the dashboard should be referred to SUNY or Dawn Sohns, Vice President for Marketing and Communications. Please do not contact Health Services with questions about the dashboard.
Individuals who test positive for COVID-19, and do not have any in-person interaction with, or pose a threat to, the campus community, would not be reflected on this dashboard.
Information received about confirmed positive COVID-19 cases from an external health agency (such as Delaware County Department of Health, Fox Hospital, or other health care facility) are reported on this dashboard only if the individual who got the test discloses that they work or attend SUNY Delhi.
In limited situations, some individuals will not be required to participate in the weekly surveillance test even though they are coming to campus. This includes individuals who have had a confirmed case of COVID-19 within the last 90 days and employees who come to campus irregularly (i.e. once a month – they would be tested the week before they come to campus).
Precautionary Quarantine: reserved for individuals who do not have symptoms of COVID-19 but may have traveled to a high risk area.
Quarantine: reserved for individuals who have come in direct contact with COVID-19 and are at risk of becoming sick but do not have symptoms.
Isolation: reserved for an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19, with or without symptoms.