The number of confirmed positive COVID-19 cases for our University is updated and published weekly on Fridays.
Last updated: 16 July 2021
|COVID-19 positive cases||Students||Colleagues|
|On campus*||Away from campus**||On campus*||Away from campus**|
|New cases reported in the last 7 days***||1||0||1||2|
|Total cases reported since 1 August||27||65||9||20|
*On campus reported cases applies to those students and colleagues who have been onsite (campus or University-owned Halls of Residence) or have had face-to-face contact with members of the University community during their infectious period (from 48 hours before the onset of COVID-19 symptoms (if symptomatic) or from 48 hours prior to their test (if asymptomatic) until the end of their period of self-isolation).
**Away from campus reported cases applies to those students and colleagues, studying and working remotely (in the UK) where there has been no known face-to-face contact with our on campus community. This includes students who are living off campus in Raffles House, which is owned and managed by iQ Student Accommodation. Where these students have been on campus*, they have been included in the on campus* case numbers.
*** New cases are defined as new confirmed positive test results reported to [email protected].
All cases are monitored through our ReportCOVID channel and our response is coordinated in partnership with public health teams in Brent, Westminster and other relevant local authorities across London, and the London Coronavirus Response Cell of Public Health England, in support of NHS Test & Trace.
Support and advice is offered to those within the University community who notify us of a positive test result, and to those who are close contacts of people who have tested positive. Public health advice is provided to those who are identified to have had minor contact with people who have tested positive.
If you have a confirmed positive COVID-19 test or have developed COVID-19 symptoms and have recently visited us, please let us know via [email protected].
For information on how our ReportCOVID channel uses personal data, please see our track and trace privacy statement.