Coronavirus: information for students and staff

7 February 2022

Covid-19 considered not a socially dangerous disease

The Swedish Public Health Agency no longer considers Covid-19 a socially dangerous disease. Therefore, the Government announces that the following applies from 9 February:

- Teaching and work take place on site, return from work at home takes place gradually in agreement with the immediate manager (distance agreement applies).

- External visitors are allowed as well as public openings. No maximum number of visitors. Alcohol is allowed, however, a permission is required.

- Get vaccinated and stay home if you are ill. You do not need to be at home if you have close contact with someone who has Covid but be aware of symptoms.

- Unvaccinated people should take special precautions, such as avoiding crowded places.

Do you want to know more? Here is the latest information from The Swedish Public Health Agency.

 

The previous Corona information is here.