In an effort to mitigate the spread of coronavirus, Southern Adventist University has implemented a Quarantine and Isolation Policy. While Southern cannot comment on individual cases, the university is following strict quarantine and isolation protocols and is working closely with the Hamilton County Health Department to carry out contact tracing. Our University Health Center, Residence Life, Counseling Services, and Chaplain’s Office staff are also providing support and care for those in quarantine or isolation.
|Active Cases||Resolved Cases|
Updated: October 27, 2020
Active cases—individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are now in isolation.
Resolved cases—individuals who had tested positive after the beginning of Fall 2020 semester and have since recovered and been medically cleared.
Quarantine—A person is separating away from others because medical personnel have determined there is a possibility that the individual is infected.
Isolation—A person is separating away from others because they have tested positive for COVID-19.
Consult the Quarantine and Isolation Policy for more details regarding contact tracing, quarantine, and isolation.