University of Washington COVID-19 Case Tracking Dashboard

This dashboard includes positive COVID-19 test results reported to the University by UW community members, and test results (both positive and negative) from the Husky Coronavirus Testing program powered by the Seattle Flu Study (SFS).

The data exclude University medical center employees and persons not affiliated with the University. The dashboard data may not include all cases of COVID-19 among UW community members due to the likelihood that not all cases are reported to the University.

View a text-only version of the dashboard.

Greek Community Cases – September-November 2020: The UW and Public Health – Seattle & King County (PHSKC) are responding to a surge of cases among members of fraternities and sororities that began on September 10. As of November 30 at 7:30 a.m., 388 UW students have tested positive. The cases involve 25 of the 45 Panhellenic Association and Interfraternity Council chapters (16 sororities and nine fraternities).

This dashboard was launched Sept. 24, 2020. Case reports from the previous testing results page have been archived.

Using the dashboard

Data is uploaded to the dashboard one time each day, seven days per week. The date the data was last updated is indicated in the top right corner of the dashboard. Users can filter the results by selecting a campus location or affiliation.

The Cumulative Positive Cases and UW COVID-19 Epidemiological Curve sections reflect all positive cases among UW community members reported to the University.

Filter data on the UW COVID-19 Epidemiological Curve graph by clicking on a bar in the graph, or clicking and dragging your mouse to select multiple bars. After a bar (or multiple bars) are selected, the Cumulative Positive Cases chart will update according to the selection.

Click on any part of the white space of the UW COVID-19 Epidemiological Curve graph to remove the selection, or refresh the page to reset the dashboard.

The UW COVID-19 Epidemiological Curve graph does not show the total number of tests or percentage of positive results because not all test results (positive and negative) are reported to the UW Environmental Health & Safety Department.


  • Affiliation– Primary role or relationship with the University (e.g., staff, faculty and academic personnel, student)
  • Campus – Primary campus where work or study is conducted, or main location of department (for those working or studying at an off-site location)
  • Faculty – Includes all faculty, academic personnel and visiting scholars
  • Staff – Includes classified non-union staff, contract classified staff and professional staff
  • Students – Includes part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate students, and students employed by the University

Additional information sources

Please visit these webpages for local, state, and national COVID-19 case information:

Washington State Department of Health COVID-19 Data Dashboard

Public Health Seattle & King County COVID-19 Data Dashboards

Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department COVID-19 Cases

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) U.S. COVID-19 Cases and Deaths by State

Testing and reporting 

COVID-19 testing is available for all UW community members who are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 and/or had close contact with a COVID-19 positive individual. UW community members who are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, or may have been exposed to COVID-19, should stay home, get tested, and notify the UW Environmental Health & Safety Department:

View the graphic “When Do You Report?“ for more information about reporting requirements.

University response to positive cases

The UW Environmental Health & Safety Department follows up with UW community members who have COVID-19 and their close contacts, and takes action to prevention further transmission.

Find out more about the University’s response to a positive case of COVID-19, including case investigation, contact tracing, and enhanced cleaning and disinfection.

Stop the spread

The University of Washington is committed to maintaining a healthy and safe environment for study, work and research.

Wearing a face covering, practicing physical distancing, staying home when sick and other precautions are vital to prevent transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19 illness.

Visit the Novel coronavirus & COVID-19: facts and resources page to read about measures the University is taking to prevent the spread of COVID-19.