COVID-19

Review the latest campus updates:

Off-Campus Cluster

UNC Charlotte has confirmed an off-campus COVID-19 cluster involving 11 students residing in private residences through its Niner Health Check, testing and contact tracing protocols. 
 
The students are isolating off campus, receiving appropriate medical care. The University is working with the Mecklenburg County Health Department to ensure all close contacts are notified to begin quarantine and receive necessary testing. 
 
More information can be found in the complete NinerNotice.

Follow-up on Outstanding Residence Halls Testing

As a result of the detection of the SARS-CoV-2 virus during routine residence hall wastewater sampling earlier this week, the University has since completed most of the testing of students and staff in the remaining  impacted areas: 

  • Residence Hall One: 86% of testing complete, less than 1% positivity rate
  • Residence Hall Two: 77% of testing complete, less than 3% positivity rate
  • Residence Hall Three: 92% of testing complete, less than 3% positivity rate. 

One cluster was found involving five total individuals in two of the residence halls above. 

More information can be found in the complete NinerNotice.

North Carolina COVID-19 County Alert System

On Tuesday, Nov. 17, Governor Cooper announced the launch of a COVID-19 County Alert System that will demonstrate current COVID-19 metrics in each county and what residents can do to combat further spread. The latest report and more information can be found via the links below.

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This page was last updated on Friday, Nov. 20, 2020.