SUNY to launch COVID-19 case tracker dashboard to 64 schools

first_imgThe dashboard will provide a case count for both SUNY campuses and individual schools. Cuomo said the state is taking immediate action to address the potential for the spread of the virus at SUNY schools. This includes information on positive cases, testing, isolation and quarantine spaces, and hospitalizations. The dashboard is meant to more effectively monitor, respond to, and contain the coronavirus on college campuses. NEW YORK (WBNG) — Governor Andrew Cuomo and SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras have announced the launching of a COVID-19 case tracker dashboard for all SUNY schools. “This new dashboard will help students, parents and faculty stay informed with the latest data,” Governor Cuomo said. Officials say this dashboard will provide up to date information on the coronavirus at each of the 64 SUNY schools. Chancellor Malatras said the real time data which the dashboard can provide is crucial to “helping SUNY make quick, smart decisions that contain COVID-19 and protect our campus communities.” Data will be reported by the campuses every 24 hours.last_img read more