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We are back on campus as of 1 November

Staff entering the building of LUX.

As of 1 November, the University returns to being an organisation without limitations imposed by Covid-19 restrictions. This applies in accordance with the vice-chancellor’s decision on 17 June 2021 and means that, as a starting point, activities are to be conducted on campus. Regarding education for which special reasons apply, the return may be completed by 16 January 2022 at the latest.

Covid-19 is still classed as a generally and socially hazardous disease according to the Communicable Diseases Act. As an employer and education provider, the University needs to address this. This means that we are to continue to avoid crowding and stay at home if we have symptoms.

The government’s plan for the removal of restrictions is currently at stage 4. When the government decides to move to stage 5, the remaining restrictions will be lifted.