Recommendations on coronavirus

Recommendation on distance education ceases to apply

The recommendation of the Public Health Agency of Sweden on distance teaching and assessment at universities and other higher education institutions will cease to apply on 16 June. Most courses in the autumn will therefore be given on campus, with certain digital elements.

All students, staff, visitors and others engaged in activities at the University must follow the recommendations in effect to reduce the spread of infection in society. Gatherings of more than 50 people should be avoided and efforts should be made to ensure physical distancing in University premises. If the Public Health Agency’s recommendations on the number of people change, the University’s decision will also change.

FAQ – WHAT’S THE SITUATION FOR STUDENTS?

OUR SHARED RESPONSIBILITY

  1. Stay home if you are sick or have symptoms of a respiratory infection.
  2. Remember hand hygiene: wash your hands with soap and water and do not touch your nose/mouth/eyes with your hands. Cough and sneeze into the crook of your arm.
  3. Keep up to date via Krisinformation.se and the Public Health Agency of Sweden web pages.
  4. Don’t shake hands.
  5. ​Cut back on your social contacts.

KEEP UP TO DATE WITH INFORMATION

Treat sources critically and check reports spreading in the media and social media against credible sources to prevent rumours and anxiety. The Public Health Agency of Sweden has extensive information about the situation on its website. Official information from public authorities is accessible on Krisinformation.se.

For general information about the coronavirus disease COVID-19, you can call the national information number 113 13.
For questions in connection with illness, contact 1177.se or call 1177.

Students are urged to keep up to date with developments via the websites below:

Also keep yourself updated on the student insurance situation for Uppsala University.

Are you worried about your study situation or mental health during this current situation?
Do not hesitate to contact the Student Health Service.