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Spring 2022 COVID-19 Positive Cases Among Vanderbilt Community Members

Vanderbilt University maintains this dashboard to inform the community about the number of positive COVID-19 test results among members of the university community for the Spring 2022 semester.

The Vanderbilt Community is approximately 96 percent fully vaccinated. This total is subject to change as additional data is available.

Period BeginningPeriod EndingTotal PositivesPercent of Vaccinated Community
that Tested Positive
Percent of Unvaccinated Community
that Tested Positive
24-Apr30-Apr1000.49%0.74%
17-Apr23-Apr520.27%0.00%
10-Apr16-Apr640.31%0.37%
03-Apr09-Apr570.28%0.37%
27-Mar02-Apr290.14%0.12%
20-Mar26-Mar400.21%0.00%
13-Mar19-Mar260.13%0.12%
6-Mar12-Mar180.09%0.12%
27-Feb5-Mar210.10%0.12%
20-Feb26-Feb280.14%0.12%
13-Feb19-Feb480.23%0.37%
6-Feb12-Feb1260.61%0.87%
30-Jan5-Feb1700.81%1.73%
23-Jan29-Jan2791.28%3.72%
16-Jan22-Jan3451.63%3.59%

* “Percent of Vaccinated Community that Tested Positive” and “Percent of Unvaccinated Community that Tested Positive” represents the percentages of the respective vaccinated and unvaccinated populations at Vanderbilt that tested positive during each time period. This was calculated by taking the total number of those who tested positive in each population (vaccinated and unvaccinated) and dividing it by the total number of people in each population.

Like other communities across the country, Vanderbilt and the Nashville area are experiencing a significant increase in COVID-19 cases due to the surge of the omicron variant. While much more contagious than previous variants, evidence shows that omicron infection results in a significantly less severe illness. The vast majority of students, faculty and staff with positive cases are reporting mild symptoms that typically resolve within a day or two. As always, we will monitor the latest available data and respond accordingly to protect the health and safety of the Vanderbilt community.

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Vanderbilt COVID-19 TESTING AND PATIENT CARE