Oregon’s Risk Levels | UO Indicators | Lane County Indicators
Oregon’s Coronavirus Risk Levels by County
Oregon's COVID-19 Risk Levels
University of Oregon COVID-19: Monitoring and Capacity Indicators
For case tracking, MAP testing, and housing testing data, see UO COVID-19 Case Tracking and Testing Results.
Is the UO community complying with face-covering requirements?
Indicator: Percent of people complying with face-covering measures
Is there sufficient capacity of isolation rooms UO residential facilities?
Indicator: Percent of isolation rooms currently in use
NOTE: Currently, the University of Oregon has 199 isolation rooms. The number of rooms can be increased in the case of increased demand.
Is there sufficient capacity of quarantine rooms UO residential facilities?
Indicator: Percent of quarantine rooms currently in use
NOTE: Currently, the University of Oregon has 117 quarantine rooms set aside. The number of rooms can be increased in the case of increased demand.
Are there sufficient cleaning supplies for UO operations?
Indicator: Inventory Levels for critical cleaning supplies
What is the operational status of UO units and departments providing essential services to campus?
Indicator: Status of essential workforce reporting to work
Minimal impacts to services but are actively monitoring.
Anticipated or Current Instability
Services are impacted and may be being provided at a reduced level.
Services are significantly disrupted or have been suspended.
Lane County Covid-19: Community Disease Control Indicators
The University of Oregon Incident Management Team (IMT) and Lane County Public Health have partnered to form a coalition of public health, health care, education, and government leaders to continuously monitor the prevalence of the COVID-19, regional prevention compliance, and treatment capacities in Lane County.
The partners include Lane County Public Health, University of Oregon, City of Eugene, City of Springfield, City of Florence, PeaceHealth Medical Group, McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center, and Lane Community College. Officials from each organization review current data at their weekly incident commander briefings to track the risk levels in the community.
COVID-19 is a global pandemic and all members of our community must remain vigilant in taking active steps to curb the spread of the virus.
Lane County Indicators