January 18: At-home antigen tests made available to students and employees. PCR testing continues, especially for unvaccinated students and employees, symptomatic students and employees and close contacts.
January 25: First day of spring semester classes
Campus COVID-19 info
Mandatory, on-campus testing of unvaccinated individuals — employees and students — was paused effective April 4, 2022.
Effective March 12, masks will no longer be required in indoor settings. Masks will continue to be required for Madison Metro bus riders, by federal order. Clinical and health care, child care and food preparation settings may continue to require masks.
About the Data
- This dashboard features data from testing performed on campus.
- The dashboard is updated by 3 p.m. on weekdays.
- Data from a previous day may change if additional information becomes available.
- Testing data includes results from voluntary testing available to students and employees. Students who are also employees are counted under students. Mandatory, on-campus testing of unvaccinated individuals — employees and students — was paused effective April 4, 2022
- In keeping with the state’s COVID-19 reporting practices, results from self-administered antigen tests are not being collected or reported on this dashboard. Currently the state requirement for reporting is a positive PCR test or a positive antigen test administered by a trained individual at a testing site. Please see our guide to which test to take.
- Vaccination data is based on the number of enrolled students coming to the main UW–Madison campus for any purpose and on the number of employees on the main UW–Madison campus.
- This dashboard does not distinguish between students living on or off campus.
- Visit archived dashboards and data from fall 2020, spring 2021, summer 2021 and fall 2021.
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