On-campus teaching to resume on 30 August
Universities no longer required to teach remotely after 1 June.
• On Monday 30 August, provided the infection situation does not change for the worse, Uppsala University will return to on-campus teaching after a lengthy period of teaching in other formats because of the pandemic. For the period until 29 August, the decision of the Vice-Chancellor dated 18 May 2021 (UFV 2020/656) remains in effect. (Decision below)
• However, the government decision concerning public authorities and working from home remains in effect until 15 September, which means that staff should work at home when possible. For example, this may be appropriate for marking exams, meetings with other members of staff or similar tasks.
18 May 2021: Extension of Vice-Chancellor's decision.
An extension of Vice-Chancellor's decision from 1 July until 29 August 2021. Please note! Two new additions to the decision in this extension.
13 April 2021: Extension of Vice-Chancellor's decision.
An extension of Vice-Chancellor's decision from 5 February. Remains in effect until 30 June 2021.
5 February 2021: Vice-chancellor´s decision on measures in response to the spread of COVID-19.
Remains in effect until 31 May 2021.
If you are infected with Covid-19
If you are confirmed infected with Covid-19, stay at home and follow the current guidelines on Covid-19 and the Region Uppsala Infection Control Unit instructions or Region Gotland Infection Control Unit intructions.
Under Chapter 2, Section 2 of the Communicable Diseases Act (2004:168), you must also inform people whom you suspect you may have infected. As part of Uppsala University’s efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 infection, the University has created an online procedure to help you do this anonymously.
You can also notify your line manager and others that you know you may have infected directly.
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