Current Update

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Page last updated November 25, 2020.


SJSU COVID-19 Dashboard

Confirmed cases are positive cases confirmed by a clinician or a public health department.

Confirmed Cases (Past 14 days)
Students living on campus 2
Students living off campus, taking classes on campus 4
Faculty on campus 0
Staff on campus 0
Grand Total 6


Known cases in isolation/quarantine
includes cases that have been reported and/or are confirmed and are in isolation or quarantine. The following are the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) definitions for isolation and quarantine:

Isolation keeps someone who is infected with the virus away from others, even in their home. Quarantine keeps someone who might have been exposed to the virus away from others.

Known Cases in Isolation/Quarantine
Students living on campus 8
Students living off campus, taking classes on campus 8
Faculty on campus 0
Staff on campus 3
Grand Total 19


Cumulative confirmed cases 
includes an individual's on-campus status at the time of the confirmed case. 

Cumulative Confirmed Cases (Since March 2020)
Students living on campus 6
Students living off campus, taking classes on campus 11
Faculty on campus 2
Staff on campus 6
Other off campus 44
Grand Total 69

 

Santa Clara County COVID-19 Statistics
Confirmed Cases

32,049

Deaths

470

7-Day Rolling Average of New Cases

346


SJSU Adapt Plan: Currently in Phase 2 

These phases coincide with Santa Clara County Public Health Department and state public health guidelines, and have received approval from the California State University Office of the Chancellor.


Latest Campus Message

SJSU’s Response to State Moving Santa Clara County Back to Purple Tier

November 16, 2020

President Papazian shares the university's response to the state moving Santa Clara County to the Purple tier and what operations might be affected. 

Visit the Campus Messages page to view past email communications.


Background

COVID-19 was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in December 2019.

Stigma Related to COVID-19

Please be mindful that fear and anxiety surrounding COVID-19 can lead to social stigma towards certain ethnicities. It is important during these uncertain times to support one another and understand that racism, anti-immigrant messaging and stereotyping of certain races and cultures is not reflective of the values of San Jose State. COVID-19 is a virus that can affect all humans. As Spartans, we are committed to inclusion and to being a caring campus.