Being “fully vaccinated” means at least 14 days after the second shot for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines or at least 14 days after the first (and only) shot of the J&J vaccine. For more information on vaccination, please see our Vaccine FAQ.
Active cases obtained from the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution (McKinsey) tracker. Active cases per 100,000 were converted to active cases per 10,000 to better align with the previous COVID-19 NKU Dashboard. A COVID-19 case is counted as active for the 14 days after a positive test result.
Level of Community Transmission
This metric combines two indicators for categorization: the number of new cases per 10,000 persons over the last 7 days and the percentage of positive tests.
Percentages obtained from the Team Kentucky COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard.
for 2020-2021 Academic Year across all NKU faculty, staff and students
The NKU data dashboard is being paused during NKU’s winter break because students will not be on campus and no traditional courses are being offered between 13 December and 3 January.
The data dashboard will resume on 4 January, with the 7-day rolling total for NKU cases returning on 11 January.
Green values indicate the decrease in number compared to the day prior (or second latest data point in the system). Red values indicate the increase in number.