COVID-19 Testing Dashboard

COVID-19 Testing Dashboard

Spring Semester, 2022

Testing is one of the best ways to keep you, your family, and our school community safe. Color is partnering with SFUSD to expand access to COVID-19 testing. Below is a dashboard that shares testing data, including how many tests have been completed, the number of positive tests, and the rate of positive tests. This dashboard reflects COVID-19 positive cases that have been reported since August 16, 2021, the start of the new school year. 

Reported COVID-19 Cases

Spring, 2022 Semester (1.3.22 - 6.2.22)

Reporting Method

Total Cases Reported (Ongoing)

Count Total Cases Reported week (1.1.22 - 1.7.22)
Staff Self Reported              452 ~9.8k staff              253
Student Self Reported            2,434 ~53k students             1,281
Total Reported            2,886 ~62.8k students and staff            1,534

COLOR Test Data 

Spring, 2022 Semester (1.3.22 - 6.2.22)

**Total COLOR Tests Released

Current Week (1.15.22 - 1.21.22)

Positive Tests Positive Test Rate

COLOR Positive Rate (Released/Positive/Rate)

Last Week (1.8.22 - 1.14.22)

                       4,691           398            8.5%                   8,179 / 596 / 7.2%

 

Location of Reported Cases

Cumulative for 2021 - 2022 

Location # of Reported Cases
Central Office Locations                46
PK - 5 Elementary Schools              1,505
PK-8 School               340
Middle Schools               665
High Schools               977
Total              3,533

 

Reported COVID Cases Archive

Fall, 2021 Semester (8.16.21 - 12.17.21)

Reporting Method

Fall Semester, 2021

Count
Staff Self Reported                92 ~9.8k staff
Student Self Reported               496 ~53k students
*Color Tests Reported                59  
Total Reported               647 ~62.8k students and staff

Last updated: January 19, 2022 @ 19:30

 

*From 8/16 - 1/3 positive cases via the COLOR testing service were not differentiated between staff and students

**From 1/3 on, positive cases via the COLOR testing service are counted as a total number as well as differentiated between staff and students, so there there are duplicate cases