Coronavirus

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Confirmed Cases


Confirmed Cases 


The McKendree COVID Response Team will provide weekly updates on confirmed COVID-19 positive cases on the McKendree campuses (both IL and KY). This reporting will occur on Tuesdays and Fridays and include the number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases for these periods (Friday-Monday and Tuesday-Thursday), as well as active cases in isolation, recovered cases, and a running total of positive cases since July 20, 2020.

 

CURRENT Positive Cases

Reporting Period: Sept. 1-4, 2020

New Cases:

Lebanon: ##

Kentucky: ##

Active Cases in Isolation:

Lebanon: 0

Kentucky: 0

 

 

 

51 Total COVID-19 Positive Cases

Denotes a running total of Lebanon and Kentucky COVID-19 positive cases since July 20, 2020 (includes overall cases on campus and those who have recovered and are no longer in isolation).


Reporting Period: August 28-31, 2020

Positive Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

Recovered Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

 

Reporting Period: August 25-27, 2020

Positive Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

Recovered Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

 

Reporting Period: August 21-24, 2020

Positive Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

Recovered Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

 

Reporting Period: August 14-20, 2020

Positive Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

Recovered Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

 

Reporting Period: July 20-August 13, 2020

Positive Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #

Recovered Cases:

Lebanon: #

Kentucky: #


Confirmed positive COVID-19 cases will include McKendree University faculty, staff and students who have reported positive test results for COVID-19 and who may have been present on campus during the time of their infection. These figures include both self-reported cases and positive test results confirmed by a public health agency. Thus, we depend on members of the McKendree campus communities in Illinois and Kentucky to proactively notify McKendree Health Services, and then to comply with the guidance provided. The weekly report does not contain positive cases among University community members who are working or studying remotely and are not known to have been on campus while infectious.