COVID-19 pandemic

As of 28 March, university operations return to normal. This means that all university activities are to be conducted as they were prior to the pandemic’s restrictions. In exceptional cases, there may be a need in certain courses to continue with certain limited measures and adaptations even during study period 4.

For information on current recommendations, visit the Public Health Agency of Sweden's website.

When it comes to remote work, this means a transition to remote work as a possibility. This requires a written agreement with your manager. This means that teachers continue to work in accordance with the regulations that are found in the working hours agreement for teachers, but teachers who so wish can raise the issue of an agreement on remote work with their manager. Read more about the agreement on remote work.

Some adaptations will remain present on campus, such as the availability of hand sanitiser. To order hand sanitiser for break rooms etc., the same routine applies as to other basic products. More information on the page Office supplies.

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