Active Cases Dashboard
Posted: Aug 18, 2020 4:10 PM
| Updated: Dec 4, 2020 8:32 AM
As COVID-19 continues to circulate in our community, members of our community will test positive. The health and safety of the NAIT community are our top priorities. As such, we are committed to providing timely and accurate information about active COVID-19 cases on our campuses.
Anyone who may have been in close contact with an individual who tests positive for COVID-19 will be contacted directly, and will be advised to conduct the AHS self-assessment and book a COVID-19 test. Close contacts are legally required to quarantine for 14 days. We are monitoring active cases.
We have put in place enhanced measures to keep our community safe. To keep the risk of transmission on our campuses low, everyone is reminded of their responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19, both on and off campus. This includes
Before coming to campus, follow the Coming to Campus checklist and complete the AHS COVID-19 Self-Assessment and the daily check-in form.
The COVID-19 active cases dashboard will be updated daily, Monday to Friday, except on holidays*.
*Tuesday reports will include any reported positive cases from over the weekend
||Active COVID-19 Cases
||total cases (includes active and past cases)
|Other NAIT facilities
Alberta Health Services has not determined a link between any of the cases at NAIT. If Alberta Health Services were to identify a link between 5 or more cases where there is evidence of transmission on campus, those would be reported on this site and on the province’s outbreak list.
Cases are no longer considered active after the mandatory self-isolation period has ended or when an individual receives a negative test.
Active cases: individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are currently following directives of Alberta Health Services. This includes individual/s on a NAIT campus within 14 days of symptom onset or receiving a positive test.
Other NAIT facilities: includes Spruce Grove campus, the Distribution Centre and Centre for Boreal Research in Peace River.
Off-campus: includes individual/s who were not on a NAIT campus within 14 days of symptom onset or receiving a positive test, but who were at another business, location or site (not their residence) for work or learning purposes. This includes WIL students/instructors on location for WIL placements.
Learn more about NAIT's Response to COVID-19 cases.
What to do if you are sick