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Covid-19: Be prepared for changes

Important student information about Covid-19 from the Department of Psychology.

Lund University is following the Swedish Government's and Public Health Authority’s recommendations and guidelines regarding measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (covid-19). At the Department of Psyhology, the following applies.

Up until the 16th of February lectures will in large be digital, while other teaching activities (seminars, group work, etc.) will be on campus. However, variations may occur, so check your schedule on a regular basis! Also, note that previously planned campus-based exams in February will be changed to a digital distance format. Remember to continuously read all course-specific information carefully.

Our study environments are, as previously stated, to remain accessible to the greatest extent possible. 

Routines in the event of a detected covid infection 
If you have been at the Department two days before a positive covid test, please inform the course leader. The next step is to complete an assessment of whether there is a high risk that you have been in close contact with other students or teachers, ie has it been difficult or impossible to maintain physical distance according to the recommendations that apply? If yes, your course group will immediately switch to digital teaching. We very much appreciate a dialogue and will together make the best out of the situation.

Thank you for keeping a distance to others, avoiding crowds, washing your hands thoroughly as well as staying at home and to test yourself if any symptoms!

Follow the information posted on the Faculty of Social Sciences webpage. Here you will also find information about study places. https://www.sam.lu.se/en/covid-19

Take care!
Sofia Bunke, Head of Department