Information for students and staff at the School of Business, Economics and Law regarding the corona virus and COVID-19
Update 7 February 2022 - Gradual return to campus
Last week, the good news came from the Public Health Agency of Sweden that most restrictions related to COVID-19 will end on 9 February. For the School of Business, Economics and Law, this means that we can resume the return to campus-based activities that began in the autumn but then had to be paused. It is longed for to be able to meet again at the School of Business, Economics and Law for lectures, seminars and social activities.
This is how we will do the return to campus:
- The return to campus-based teaching will take place gradually during February and March.
- The main principle is that schedules for ongoing courses continue to apply. See Canvas for information about your particular course!
- For future courses during the spring semester, the norm is for teaching to take place on campus. There may be digital elements, if it benefits pedagogy. See Canvas for information about your particular course!
- Examination of ongoing courses takes place according to the schedule.
- Around the turn of the month March / April, the gradual return will be completed and activities will be conducted as usual on campus again.
The pandemic is not over, so please remember:
- Stay home if you are ill, even if you only have mild symptoms.
- Continue to wash your hands or use hand sanitizer.
- Vaccination is free of charge and you do not have to be a Swedish citizen to get vaccinated.
Information about vaccination (1177.se).
Available clinics för vaccination in Västra Götaland (in Swedish). If you do not have a Swedish personal identity number (personnummer) or foreign e-ID you must phone to set up your time.
- Emergency information from Swedish authorities (External link)
- Public Health Agency of Sweden (External link)
- The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) (External link)
- Government offices of Sweden (External link)
- WHO (External link)
- Johns Hopkins - mapping COVID-19 (External link)
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