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COVID-19 Info

Reported Positive Cases

Beginning Aug. 4, 2020, SFA faculty, staff and students are required to inform the university when they have taken a test for COVID-19. This report can be made online via the COVID-19 Test Report portal. Reporting when you take a test rather than waiting for the test result allows for a faster response.

The tables below contain information that is largely self-reported. Confirmation of the results of each test cannot be definitively verified.

Positive Results

The table below shows the number of positive tests reported by SFA faculty, staff or students who may have been present on campus during the time of their infection.

Reported Positives Cumulative Since 7/23/20* Recovered** Active
Students 440 435 5
Faculty/Staff 84 84 0
Totals 524 519 5

Updated April 16, 2021 – 8:30 a.m.

*First day reporting portal was live.

**Cases reported for which the CDC recommended isolation period has expired.

(A correction on 11/30/20 to the number of "on-campus" cases resulted in a revision to the cumulative case total.)

Total Tests Reported On and Off Campus

The table below shows the number of tests reported by SFA faculty, staff or students, including persons who were not on campus during the time they may have been infected.

Total tests reported since 7/23/20* 2637
Positives reported since 7/23/20* 823
Recovered** 816
Active 7

Updated April 16, 2021 – 8:30 a.m.

*First day reporting portal was live.

** Cases reported for which the CDC recommended isolation period has expired.

Student Isolation Spaces

Isolation spaces are available for residential students who need to separate from others for a period of time but remain on-campus. The table below shows the total number of beds available as well as the number in use by students who have received a positive test. Additional spaces may be made available if needed.

Available Beds In Use
200 3

Updated April 16, 2021 – 8:30 a.m.

This information is updated regularly to keep the campus community informed.

For official information about confirmed COVID-19 cases across all counties in Texas, consult the Texas Department of State Health Services dashboard.