Weekly COVID Compliance Report: October 23
Off-campus gatherings continue to be a problem
Editor’s note: Some numbers in this story have been updated. BU Today apologizes for the errors.
Reports of inappropriate on-campus gatherings of Boston University students during the week of October 16 to 22? Zero. Reports of off-campus gatherings? 14.
Off-campus behavior continues to be a problem that BU officials simply are not seeing on campus.
In terms of how students are doing with following their testing and daily attestation requirements, results remain a mixed bag. For the same period, 156 students had their Terrier ID and Wi-Fi deactivated due to repeated noncompliance, almost triple the previous week’s number. The instances of not complying with testing (146) was similar to the previous week, while the number of instances of not complying with attestation (5,489) was higher than the previous week (4,503).
Here are the latest figures:
|Current #||Last Week #||Description|
|5,489||Warnings issued for not submitting daily attestations|
|146||Warnings issued for missing or failing to schedule COVID-19 tests|
|Number of individual students not in compliance|
|9||Reports of noncompliance with face coverings|
|1||Reports of physical distancing concerns|
|0||Reports of non-compliant on-campus gatherings|
|14||Reports of non-compliant off-campus gatherings|
|173||Students sanctioned for non-compliance|
|1||Isolation/quarantine housing violations|