Tracking COVID-19 on our Campuses

To keep our community informed, the University of Alberta is posting the number of on-campus community members who have reported a positive COVID-19 test during the last six weeks.

NOTE: Not all cases reported below were active, acquired or transmitted on campus. These numbers reflect only members of our community who have reported to the Rapid Response Triage Team that they have tested positive and have been on a campus recently. In the majority of cases, community members are already safely self-isolating at home or have had no close contacts while on campus.

Number of confirmed positive cases of our on-campus community members during the last six weeks:

Last updated: July 9, 2021
Dates Number of cases
June 28—July 5 0
June 21—27 0
Jun 14—20 1
June 7—13 0
May 31—June 6 0
May 24—30 2

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or are legally required to isolate AND have been on campus in the last 14 days, please contact your supervisor, instructor or activity coordinator as soon as possible. See procedures for sick employees or students .

The University of Alberta has more than 40,000 students and 15,000 employees who are currently residing across Canada and in many countries around the world. It is not possible for the institution to track or total the number of our community members who have been affected by COVID-19.

Historical Information

Since March 1, 2020; last updated: July 9, 2021
Total number of confirmed positive cases of our on-campus community members 286
Number of outbreaks on our campuses 1

COVID-19 Notices

Below are the university-wide or general COVID-19 notifications to date.

See the U of A Protocol for Notifications Regarding Confirmed Cases of COVID-19 for how and when you will be notified about COVID-19 occurrences on U of A campuses.

U of A Rapid Response

This webpage supports the U of A’s comprehensive COVID-19 Rapid Response Plan, which mitigates against the spread of COVID-19 on our campuses in the event of an exposure or outbreak.

Support accurate contact tracing. Use Here@UAlberta together with the ABTraceTogether mobile app to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, while protecting your privacy.