1                           Number of active laboratory-confirmed cases of people who have been on Warner Pacific’s campus (includes active cases). *Tracked in the Fall 2020 semester. Positive cases will be removed from the “active list” once they have met CDC criteria for symptom-based recovery: At least 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared and at least 24 hours have passed since last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and symptoms (e.g., cough, shortness of breath) have improved

 

Total COVID-19 Cases at Warner Pacific from August 24, 2020 to present (Fall Semester)

-September, 27, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-September 4, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-September 3, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-September 3, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-August 30, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-August 29, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-August 29, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-August 27, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

-August 26, 2020: Warner Pacific Student

WPU will maintain this page to inform the community on the number of COVID-19 positive cases reported from students, faculty, staff and campus visitors (outside vendors, etc.) who have been known to be on campus.

Warner Pacific students and employees are required to immediately report if they have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or have been in close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19. Reports can be made at warnerpacific.edu/covidreport or by contacting our COVID Response Team:

The information provided on this site includes only active positive cases that have been reported. The University will have no way of knowing and communicating information where a community member fails to report that they have tested positive. The Knights’ Pledge requires that students and employees report diagnosis and exposure (warnerpacfic.edu/knightspledge). Failure to comply with stated policies will result in referral to Code of Conduct for endangering the health and safety of the campus community.

The law prohibits WPU from sharing any identifying information about specific individuals who have reported COVID-19 diagnosis or exposure. Any individual who has reported that they tested positive or that they have been exposed will be required to quarantine.