Miami University’s COVID-19 Dashboard listed 21 active cases as of April 25. Between April 14 and April 20, the university performed 2,973 student tests and 422 employee tests.
The seven day moving average new cases was 0.9.
No new employee cases were reported. The total estimated active employee cases was one.
As of April 25, there are no Level 4 or Level 3 advisory residence halls, meaning all floors in each residence hall have had less than three positive cases in the last seven days.
Three out of 35 residence halls are Level 2 advisory, indicating that the hall has had at least one floor with one-two positive tests in the last seven days. All other halls are on a Level 1 advisory, which means no students have tested positive in those halls.
Four students are in isolation and one is in quarantine, as of April 25.