Tracking COVID‑19 Cases on Campus


Updated: Oct. 20, 2020

Please be aware there are cases of COVID-19 among the Laurier community.

This page is updated regularly and includes cases of COVID-19 in employees and students where there is both confirmation of a positive test reported to us and there is information indicating that the positive case may have been on campus while they were infectious.

If you are experiencing symptoms, please follow either the protocols for sudents with COVID-19 symptoms or the protocols for employees with COVID-19 symptomsYou can help our community stay COVID safe by following public health guidelines and safety protocols.

Total Confirmed Positive Cases
On Campus in the Past 30 Days: 21

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Waterloo On Campus
Students living on campus 13
Other cases on campus 7
Total 20
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Brantford On Campus
Students living on campus 0
Other cases on campus 1
Total 1
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Historical Data

The following list shows all positive cases of COVID-19 that have been reported to Laurier since the start of the pandemic. Learn more about Laurier’s process for tracking confirmed cases of COVID-19.

All Positive Cases Reported to Laurier

Date Case Count Employee / Student Information
Oct. 20 1 Student Read more
Oct. 15 9 Students Read more*
Oct. 11 3 Students Read more*
Oct. 11 1 Student Read more
Oct. 7 1 Student Read more
Oct. 5 3 Students Read more
Oct. 3 2 Students Read more
Sept. 30 1 Student Read more
Sept. 19 4 Students Read more

*Indicates that the statement includes information about cases related to the outbreak declared by public health on Oct. 12.

 

Contact Tracing and Case Management

Ontario’s local public health units are responsible for COVID-19 contact tracing and case management. The university will offer public health units consultation and collaboration as appropriate. When there are confirmed positive cases, the university adheres to privacy legislation that requires the identities of individuals to be kept confidential.

It is highly recommended that all students, faculty and staff download the Government of Canada's COVID Alert app, which can let people know of possible exposures before any symptoms appear.

Local Health Agencies