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COVID-19 response: While the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg remains closed to the public, the campus is in operation for the 2020-2021 academic year. Learn how Pitt-Greensburg is building a healthy and resilient community. Campus Operational Posture:
Guarded Risk

COVID-19 Cases at Pitt-Greensburg

Please note: Numbers reflect cases of individuals who have been on campus within the last 14 days.

Testing

Student

Active student cases in isolation Cumulative # of positive student cases since August 1 Total # of positive student cases in the last 7 days
0 21 0

Faculty/Staff

Active faculty/staff cases in isolation Cumulative # of positive faculty/staff cases since August 1 Total # of positive faculty/staff cases in the last 7 days
0 6 0

Surveillance testing at the Pitt-Greensburg campus was conducted starting August 18 and the results are indicated below. Periodic surveillance testing will continue on the regional campuses throughout the semester.

Cumulative percent positive among asymptomatic students Number of asymptomatic students tested Number of Positives
0.32 309 1

Learn about surveillance testing on a University level >>

Learn about COVID-19 cases University-wide >>

Additional Notes

  1. Contact tracing is being performed and notifications will be made to University members as a result of possible exposure. All contacts deemed at risk of exposure will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days.
  2. The numbers do not include University members who have tested positive but have not been in campus facilities in over the past 14 days, nor do they include unconfirmed cases. We are aware that some community members who have not been in campus facilities have tested positive. If they have contacted us, we have instructed them not to return to campus until they have been medically cleared, and we are tracking their recovery.
  3. The University is releasing this information as part of its ongoing efforts to keep the community informed about the prevalence of the virus, but is committed to maintaining the privacy of individuals who are affected. Accordingly, we will not be providing additional information regarding those individuals whom we are aware have tested positive.
  4. Pitt's Healthcare Advisory Group is developing an enhanced virus monitoring program as we move into long-term planning. Ongoing updates to the University’s reporting process are expected. More detailed information will be shared on this website.
  5. If you are a student experiencing symptoms or believe you have had close contact with someone that has been diagnosed with COVID-19, call the Health Services at 724-836-9947 before coming in person. Until you are able to speak with your medical provider, it is best to self-isolate. Do not go to any social gatherings, classes, or work.

Updated:
Friday, April 30, 2021