Plans and reports

Eckerd College data since Aug. 24, 2020

Total cases* as of 10/22/2020

Active Recovered
Residential Student 2 2
Nonresidential Student 1 0
Employee 0 1
Pre-Arrival 2 7

*Total cases may not equal the sum of pre-arrival and on-campus positive cases noted below. Total cases includes COVID-positive results from those who have tested off campus and reported their results to College officials. Active cases are defined as individuals who have clinically tested positive for COVID-19 and have not been cleared by a medical professional to return to class or work.

Pre-arrival testing results as of 10/22/2020

Total Tested Negative Results Positive Results
1711 1702 9

On-campus testing results as of 10/22/2020

Total Tested Negative Results Positive Results
64 60 4

Surveillance testing* status as of 10/22/2020

Date of Pool Testing Number of Pools Number of Negative Pools Number of Positive Pools
10/19/2020 6 6 0

*Pools are groups of up to 24 individuals’ saliva samples tested together. View detailed results

On-campus quarantine & isolation results as of 10/22/2020

Individuals in Quarantine Individuals in Isolation
12 2

CARES Act Reports

Pinellas County Data

Because every source processes coronavirus data differently, Eckerd College consults with many sources to look for trends. This data, in aggregate, informs our decisions about campus operations. Below are three graphs with data that we monitor very closely. We plan to update these graphs frequently to keep you updated on our regional conditions.

New cases in Pinellas County by age group

Daily reports on new cases

Percent positivity in Pinellas County

This percent is the number of people who test positive for the first time divided by all the people tested that day, excluding people who have previously tested positive. Reflects the 7-day average and the total number of tests per day.

Available hospital beds in Pinellas County

Reports both ICU beds and all beds available. This graph does not reflect whether the hospitals have ceased providing elective surgeries to increase capacity, or the surge capacity for regional hospitals.