Confirmed Cases of COVID-19

The health and safety of the Jaguar community remain our top priorities. A&M-San Antonio is closely monitoring COVID-19 cases to identify any impact to our campus community and to minimize the risk of exposure and transmission.

We provide weekly updates regarding the number of positive cases with campus impact. Case counts are updated by noon each Wednesday and reflect information reported from the preceding Sunday through Saturday. 

Positive Cases with Potential Campus Impact

A positive case is considered to have potential campus impact if the positive individual was on campus starting from within 2 days of the onset of COVID-19 symptoms or receiving a positive COVID-19 test. Potential campus impact does not necessarily mean that there has been close contact or that exposure has occurred, or that there has been virus transmission on campus; it indicates only presence on campus during the period in which one might be contagious.

Members of the University community receive timely communications about any circumstances directly impacting their health and safety, including potential exposures to COVID-19. Individuals who have been in close contact with a positive case on campus will be notified by a university representative as part of the case management process.

Spring 2021 Reporting

Spring 2021 classes began on January 19, 2021. For the purposes of reporting on this page, cases reported from January 17 – May 15, 2021, will be considered part of the fall semester.

CAMPUS COMMUNITY Week of May 2 - May 8 PREVIOUS WEEK SEMESTER TOTAL
Students 1 0 24
Employees* 0 0 6
TOTALS 0 0 30

*Persons directly employed by the University, including both full- and part-time faculty and staff, as well as temporary employees; excludes student employees.

Isolation and Quarantine (campus residents)

If directed by a University official to isolate or quarantine, residents may do so at a permanent residence or other non-campus location of their choosing, or they may choose to remain in Esperanza Hall if appropriate space is available. The University has also secured overflow quarantine capacity at an alternate location.

AS OF MAY 12, 2021

Esperanza Hall Residents - Quarantine/Isolation in Hall or Overflow Location
Isolation capacity in Esperanza Hall 16
Residents currently in isolation in Esperanza Hall 0
Residents currently in quarantine in overflow location 0
Isolation is directed for positive cases for a period of 10 days from either the onset of symptoms (for symptomatic cases) or the date positive test results are confirmed (for asymptomatic cases).


Quarantine
is directed for individuals who are either exhibiting symptoms of, or have been exposed to COVID-19, for a period of 14 days from exposure or the onset of symptoms.

updated: May 12, 2021