Interventions to Disrupt Coronavirus Disease Transmission at a University, Wisconsin, USA, August–October 2020
Dustin W. Currie1
, Gage K. Moreno1
, Miranda J. Delahoy, Ian W. Pray, Amanda Jovaag, Katarina M. Braun, Devlin Cole, Todd Shechter, Geroncio C. Fajardo, Carol Griggs, Brian S. Yandell, Steve Goldstein, Dena Bushman, Hannah E. Segaloff, G. Patrick Kelly, Collin Pitts, Christine Lee, Katarina M. Grande, Amanda Kita-Yarbro, Brittany Grogan, Sara Mader, Jake Baggott, Allen C. Bateman, Ryan P. Westergaard, Jacqueline E. Tate, Thomas C. Friedrich, Hannah L. Kirking, David H. O’Connor, and Marie E. Killerby
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (D.W. Currie, M.J. Delahoy, I.W. Pray, G.C. Fajardo, D. Bushman, H.E. Segaloff, C. Lee, J.E. Tate, H.L. Kirking, M.E. Killerby); University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (G.K. Moreno, A. Jovaag, K.M. Braun, D. Cole, T. Shechter, C. Griggs, B.S. Yandell, S. Goldstein, P. Kelly, C. Pitts, J. Baggott, R.P. Westergaard, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor); Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Madison (I.W. Pray, D. Cole, H.E. Segaloff, R.P. Westergaard); Public Health Madison and Dane County, Madison (K.M. Grande, A. Kita-Yarbro, B. Grogan, S. Mader); Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene, Madison (A.C. Bateman)
Figure 1. Overall epidemic curves of coronavirus disease cases among University of Wisconsin–Madison students and staff, Dane County, Wisconsin, USA, August 1–October 31, 2020. We categorized 10 student case-patients affiliated with both a dormitory and FSL as dormitory students. Student was considered the primary affiliation, such that any student who was also a staff member was categorized as a student. FSL, fraternity and sorority life.
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