Coronavirus information and guidance

Latest Covid numbers in St Andrews

Last updated: 10 June, 6.30pm

A weekly update on confirmed numbers of positive cases of Covid-19 amongst members of our University community.

These figures combine cases reported to us by students and staff through our Covid Helpdesk, and cases notified to the NHS through the national testing scheme. They give an accurate weekly snapshot of confirmed coronavirus infection currently associated with our community, and cumulatively since 1 September 2020.

Not all positive cases are physically in St Andrews; the figures include members of our community who live elsewhere and acquired the infection outwith the University.

Number of total positive cases still active (not yet discharged)

Staff: 0
Students: 8
Total: 8

Number of total positive cases that have been discharged

Staff: 29
Students: 221
Total: 250

Total positive cases since 1 September 2020

Staff: 29
Students: 229
Total: 258

Of which are new positive cases since 3 June 2021

Staff: 0
Students: 9
Total: 9

Number of individuals who are self-isolating as they are a contact of a confirmed positive case

Staff: 0
Students: 13
Total: 13

Number of individuals who are self-isolating on a precautionary basis whilst a suspected Covid-19 case awaits test results

Staff: 0
Students: 1
Total: 1

Covid cases in Fife within the past seven days

Source: Public Health Scotland Covid Overview

  • Fife: 169
  • St Andrews North: 0-2
  • St Andrews South West: 0-2
  • St Andrews South East: 3
  • St Andrews Central: 3

(Please note, where there are fewer than 3 positive cases, Public Health Scotland now presents this as 0-2)

Vaccinations in Fife

  • 78.1% of the resident populaton of Fife over 18 has received a first dose of Covid vaccine
  • 60.3% has received two doses

Covid in Scotland

The BBC provides a daily update on Covid cases across Scotland

Take a test

All University staff and students can now book free Covid tests at the University Asymptomatic Testing Centre and tests can be booked instantly via MySaint.

Fit-to-Fly tests are also now available in St Andrews. The University has worked with JDR Healthcare, a reputable local company, to provide a Fit-to-Fly clinic in St Salvator’s Quad, North Street, St Andrews.

Tests will cost £150 – a reduced rate for students and staff – and can be booked at JDR Healthcare. The clinic will be staffed by professional nurses.

Further information.

Graph shows number of positive cases by reporting week, with rolling average weekly positive cases