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Archived Fall 2020 COVID-19 Testing Dashboard

The Westfield State University COVID-19 Dashboard provides information relating to the health of our campus community—students, faculty, and staff—by transparently sharing metrics, such as the number of tests conducted, the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases, and trends in positive test results and percent positivity rates, consistent with local and state reporting protocols. Our testing operation is underway and operating efficiently and effectively. This dashboard will be updated each Thursday with the latest information from our testing partners.

Residential and commuter students with an on-campus presence are required to participate in onboard and asymptomatic COVID-19 testing. Faculty and staff testing is voluntary, but those with an on-campus presence, particularly those interacting with students, are strongly encouraged to participate in onboard and asymptomatic testing. It is important to note that residential and commuter students will return to campus on Sept. 29, 2020. Select residential and commuter students with specific academic requirements or other approved exemptions began to return to campus on Aug. 31, 2020.

Data updated: 12/31/2020 at 11:02 a.m.




Total tests administered to date



Total positive results received to date


Percent Positivity


Weekly Data



Positive results received in prior 7 days


Positive results received in prior 14 days

The above campus surveillance testing dashboard does not include self-reported or municipality-reported COVID-19 positive cases involving students or employees that are among those that have an on-campus presence for the fall 2020 semester. Also, note that any positive cases associated with City of Westfield residents are captured in the below dashboard numbers specific to the city.


City of Westfield



New confirmed cases December 24 - December 30, 2020


New confirmed cases December 17- December 23, 2020 

Total number of positive molecular COVID-19 tests in a specific time period, divided by the total number of molecular COVID-19 tests in that same time period.

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases based on positive test results in a given period. Presumptive cases are not included in the positive case number. Three or fewer cases are reported as such (<3) for confidentiality purposes.