This dashboard is updated monthly and includes:
- Only known, active cases of COVID-19 on-campus for students, employees, and guests.
- Due to HIPAA requirements, we will not disclose identifiable information on any individuals who test positive.
Confirmed COVID-19 Cases (As of June 3, 2021)
Where do I get tested?
There are various locations in Orange County you can get tested for COVID-19. Visit Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) — COVID-19 Testing for more information.
If I have symptoms, or have a confirmed diagnosis:
If you are an IVC student, employee, or guest who has been on the IVC campus and are experiencing symptoms or have received a confirmed diagnosis, please call the IVC Health and Wellness Center's "Ask A Nurse" hotline at 949-451-5687 for guidance.
Does wearing a mask and distancing help?
Yes, to help limit the spread of COVID-19, please maintain a safe distance from others, wear a face mask or covering over your mouth and nose and wash your hands regularly. If we all follow the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) we can limit the spread of COVID-19.
For more frequently asked questions, please visit Health Related COVID-19 FAQs.
For the latest updates related to COVID-19:
- Orange County Health Care Agency — Case counts, local updates
- Centers for Disease Control Coronavirus Updates — National news alerts, tips on slowing the spread, what to do if you're sick
Tips and Information:
- Holiday Celebrations and Gatherings During the COVID-19 Pandemic (CDC)
- What You Need to Know About COVID-19 (CDC)
- Help Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus if Your Are Sick (CDC)
- Use of Cloth Face Coverings (CDC)
- Contact Tracing Steps (CDC)
- Employee Handling of Mailed Items
If you have a fever, acute respiratory illness, and are at high risk for a severe infection, call Hoag Urgent Care (8607 Irvine Center Dr., Irvine) at 949-557-0600 for a drive-up appointment/assessment/testing for COVID-19. If you have trouble breathing, blue lips or face, new confusion, difficulty to arouse, or persistent chest pain or pressure, call 911 immediately.