Information regarding the coronavirus outbreak

Important information to students at LTH

22 October2020

Teaching online and on campus in the spring

The dean of LTH has decided that most of the teaching and examinations in the spring will continue to be conducted remotely. Just as during the autumn, certain course components will be conducted on campus if a risk assessment and the facilities situation allow it. The dean of LTH has decided that most of the teaching and examinations in the spring will continue to be conducted remotely. Just as during the autumn, certain course components will be conducted on campus if a risk assessment and the facilities situation allow it.

The pandemic is not over yet

The number of infected people in Southern Sweden is increasing again and therefore it is very important that we all take responsibility and follow the Swedish Public Health Agency's recommendations. The following still applies:

Stay at home

Stay at home if you have even the slightest symptoms or if someone in your household is confirmed as being infected by Covid-19. According to the Communicable Diseases Act, a person who has a communicable disease must do what is required to protect others from infection (the so-called duty to protect). Information about healthcare and testing can be found on the Region Skåne website.

If you test positive

If you take a Covid-19 test and it is positive, you must follow Region Skåne’s recommendations. You are to stay at home for at least seven days and are only to return to teaching premises after two symptom-free days in accordance with the recommendations of the Swedish Public Health Agency. It is important that you inform the course director so that we know the situation regarding Covid-19. This data will not be saved, and your name will not be communicated, but the information is important for us to be able to take precautionary measures in cases where on-campus course components have been conducted or are planned. Information about Covid-19 on the website of the Swedish Public Health Agency

Maintain social distancing

Maintain social distancing both indoors and outdoors. When you are with people other than members of your household, you are to maintain a distance of at least an arm’s length (at least 1.5 metres).

Wash your hands

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or disinfect your hands with hand sanitiser.

Do not move furniture

Furniture at premises is arranged to limit the risk of infection transmission. Please respect this and do not move the furniture.

Bring a cold lunch or eat at home

Regarding lunches, we are aware that normally there are large gatherings of students and queues for the microwaves at our premises. We therefore recommended that all students who can either eat at home or bring in food that does not need to be heated up. If you bring in food, we ask you to eat it in the building where you have the main part of your teaching. Also remember that there are several restaurants in the area with student-friendly prices. 

Support is available

Some students experience difficulties with remote studies or have questions and reflections about the future. Support is available, including: 

More information

If you have any specific questions about your programme, contact the director of the programme in question. If you have views about the programme or feel that a problem has arisen in your study environment, you are welcome to contact the Engineering students' union (TLTH).

And finally: remember to stay up to date via the Swedish Public Health Agency website

 

Read more: Viktor Öwall, dean of LTH, gives a warm welcome to Lund and LTH in his first blog post for this semester.

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