The UNC-Chapel Hill COVID-19 Dashboard helps track the impact of COVID-19 and our ability to appropriately respond to change during these unprecedented times. The dashboard is updated Monday – Friday and pulls data from multiple sources to create a comprehensive illustration of health trends and operational capacities.
When the University began the cluster notification process last August, our country was in a very different place with the virus, and as we have all adapted over the last year, we have also modified the way we notify our campus of clusters, moving from emergency Alert Carolina notifications to social media notifications last fall. We have once again evaluated the way we are providing these notifications, and after consulting with the Orange County Health Department, we will now update the Carolina Together dashboard with any clusters in residence halls and fraternity and sorority houses as well as new case counts each weekday and provide a regular email from the CTTP summarizing the latest information from testing and clusters.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services defines COVID-19 clusters as “a minimum of five (5) cases with illness onsets or initial positive results within a 14-day period AND plausible epidemiologic linkage between cases.”
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill believes everyone in our community deserves equal access to information. The UNC-Chapel Hill CV-19 Dashboard is available to provide data to make decisions for public health. We are committed to creating an inclusive digital experience. If you are unable to access this information, please contact the Digital Accessibility Office for more options.