27 Aug NDUS Shares COVID-19 Data in Public Online Tool
The North Dakota University System (NDUS) has pulled together a list of public-facing web pages from each of the 11 public colleges and universities that offer public insight into how the novel coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) is impacting the state’s public institutions.
Each web page offers campus specific data on cases related to students, faculty and staff, where applicable. Some institutions use self-reported information while others use the data reported by the N.D. Department of Health.
According to NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott, this will serve as an additional resource for the public to be informed about the pandemic and its effects.
“Our institutions have been innovating since the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic,” Hagerott said. “This set of web pages is one more way to ensure transparency and heighten measures of safety at the campus level.”
The dashboards vary in information, but can include the total number of active and recovered COVID-19 cases, the number of on- and off-campus students, the number of employee cases, the number of students who have entered quarantine, and the campus risk level.
The following link provides a view of the individual trackers: https://cts.ndus.edu/coronavirus/.