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Spring Term 2021

Spring Term

BYU Confirmed Cases

April 24–June 17, 2021

Spring Term Data
Cases Percentage of Campus Community
Total reported cases 39 0.2%
Average number of cases per day 0.7

Chart depicting the number of daily active cases of COVID-19 at BYU during spring term 2021

Active cases included individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 and were in isolation. The number of reported cases included students, faculty and staff who tested positive while either working at BYU or enrolled in classes during spring term (beginning April 24) and had been physically present in the local campus community. There were 20,000 people in the campus community during spring term 2021.

Chart depicting the number of daily new cases of COVID-19 at BYU during spring term 2021

Weekly Summary Daily Average Weekly Total
Week 1 (4/24–4/30) 2.7 19
Week 2 (5/1–5/7) 1 7
Week 3 (5/8–5/14) 0.7 5
Week 4 (5/15–5/21) 0 0
Week 5 (5/22–5/28) 0 0
Week 6 (5/29–6/4) 0.4 3
Week 7 (6/5–6/11) 0.3 2
Week 8 (6/12–6/17) 1 3

Note: There may be small differences in the Weekly Summary chart as BYU continues to receive additional information. Reported cases may be counted in a different semester or term based on testing date.

This data is based on the number of cases reported to BYU each week from a variety of sources including random testing, self-reporting, the BYU Student Health Center, the spring term entry testing and focused, risk-based testing.

Total number of reported cases during spring term 2021 (39), winter semester 2021 (1,185), winter break (317), fall semester 2020 (3,634), summer term 2020 (166), spring term 2020 (16) and winter semester 2020 (21): 5,378.

We ask the BYU campus community to help us track the spread of COVID-19. If you have tested positive for the virus or are awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, please fill out this form.

COVID-19 Self-Reporting Form

This information will help us to reduce the spread of the disease by making sure appropriate areas of campus are cleaned and disinfected.