COVID-19 prevalence is low on campus and low to moderate in the surrounding community, conditions on campus are well-controlled with frequent testing and isolation/quarantine in Lansdowne has ample capacity. No change in class modality, gatherings in-line with State requirements, no visitors on campus.
COVID-19 prevalence is low to moderate and conditions on campus are well-controlled with strong testing and Lansdowne capacity is sufficient, however, indicators point toward potential challenges in responding to increased rate of transmission on campus as well as the Westfield area transmission rates on the rise. No change in class modality, gatherings in line with State requirement, no visitors on campus.
COVID-19 prevalence is moderate to high and indicators point to even further increase in campus restrictions. While conditions on campus remain manageable, isolation/quarantine space is minimal in Lansdowne, and Westfield community numbers have increased to a point where students will be asked to remain on campus. Possible change in class modality, no in-person gatherings, no visitors on campus.
COVID-19 prevalence has increased on campus and in the surrounding community, to a point of great concern. Isolation/Quarantine space in Lansdowne is sparse and alternative options are being examined. Testing will increase, and students will be asked to remain in rooms except for dining reasons. Westfield community has a high positivity rate and community resources are stressed. Class modality is all virtual, no in-person gatherings, no visitors on campus.