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Information for students

Published: 19 August 2022

Updated 39 December 2022, 15.40
The University continues to monitor the development of COVID-19. The latest information is always at the top of this page.

Latest information

The spread of COVID-19 is now increasing.
The Public Health Agency gives the following recommendations:

  • Stay at home and avoid close contact with others if you are ill and have symptoms that could be covid-19. This also applies even if you have taken a self-test that is negative.
  • Get vaccinated. You can get vaccinated in a region or a place other than the one of your registered residence.
  • Adults who have not been vaccinated should avoid crowds and large gatherings of people indoors.

Information about vaccination is available on

Common symptoms of covid-19

  • cough
  • fever
  • difficulty breathing
  • runny nose
  • blocked nose
  • sore throat
  • headache
  • nausea
  • muscle pain
  • change or loss of smell and taste
  • diarrhoea

Be critical of sources and stay up-to-date

Follow the information from the expert authorities, verify information disseminated in the media and on social media, and stay up-to-date on this page.

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