Weekly COVID Compliance Report: October 16
A big improvement in compliance figures for the week
Maybe the messages, and the punishments, are working.
The number of Boston University students not complying with their daily attestation requirement for COVID-19 testing are down. For the week of October 9 to 15, there were 4,503 incidents of noncompliance with attestation (that includes individual students who did not comply multiple times), which is down significantly from 6,979 from last week. The number of instances of students not complying with their coronavirus testing requirement saw a slight uptick, to 141 for the same week, October 9 to 15, from 129 the week prior.
The number of students who had their Terrier ID/WiFi deactivated for repeated noncompliance was 50, a big drop from the previous week’s 166. Here is a roundup of compliance numbers for the week:
|Current #||Last Week #||Description|
|4,503||Warnings issued for not submitting daily attestations|
|141||Warnings issued for missing or failing to schedule COVID-19 tests|
|Number of individual students not in compliance|
|10||Reports of noncompliance with face coverings|
|1||Reports of physical distancing concerns|
|0||Reports of noncompliant on-campus gatherings|
|5||Reports of noncompliant off-campus gatherings|
|51||Students sanctioned for noncompliance|
|0||Isolation/quarantine housing violations|