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COVID-19 cases

Daily reported cases for University of Bradford staff and students.

Daily reported cases

These figures represent new positive confirmed cases that have been reported to us on a daily basis.

The data shows the total number of new confirmed cases for University students and staff each day and, of that total, the number of those cases where the individual was on campus within 48 hours of developing symptoms. *This does not mean the virus was transmitted on campus, just that the individual had been on campus in the 48 hours before the onset of their symptoms. 

We will update the figures with data from the previous day. Figures gathered over the weekend will be provided on Mondays.

DayNew student casesNew staff casesNew student cases on campus*New staff cases on campus*
Monday 7 December 2 0 0 0
Tuesday 8 December 0 0 0 0
Wednesday 9 December 3 0 0
Thursday 10 December        

 

Figures from previous weeks

These figures show the number of daily reported cases from the start of the autumn term on Monday 28 September 2020.

The data shows the total number of new confirmed cases for University students and staff each week and, of that total, the number of those cases where the individual was on campus within 48 hours of developing symptoms. *This does not mean the virus was transmitted on campus, just that the individual had been on campus in the 48 hours before the onset of their symptoms. 

Week commencingNew student casesNew staff casesNew student cases on campus*New staff cases on campus*
Monday 30 November 8 2 2 1
Monday 23 November 16 0 4 0
Monday 16 November 29 3 3 0
Monday 9 November 39 4 13 0
Monday 2 November 66 4 18 2
Monday 26 October 54 8 15 5
Monday 19 October 33 2 10 1
Monday 12 October 52 8 16 4
Monday 5 October 2020 30 3 6 2
Monday 28 September 2020 18 0 2 0

How we are supporting students who are self-isolating

We recognise that self-isolating can be a difficult and lonely time. To make sure we are supporting students in the best way possible, we will contact all students who are self-isolating to check on their welfare and offer practical and emotional support.

We will also make sure that students know how to access our wellbeing and mental health services while isolating.

Support

  • Our student support team will contact students and can help to arrange food deliveries, medication and other supplies as required.
  • Counselling and Mental Health Service (CMHS) are offering telephone, video and email appointments to students.
  • Students are invited to join CMHS Wellbeing Wednesday sessions on mindfulness, anxiety, procrastination etc.
  • Students have access to NHS MyWellBeing College via CMHS and to 6-week Managing My Anxiety course.
  • Our Students' Union has been running twice daily Zoom calls with quarantining international students and this will continue in the future and be open to Freshers

Symptoms & testing positive

For more information on what to do if staff or students show symptoms or test positive for COVID-19, please visit our symptoms page.