This applies to Karlstad University between 1 October and 7 November2021-09-30
The Public Health Agency’s general guidelines concerning our shared responsibility in preventing the spread of infection is removed on 29 September. This means longer opening hours on campus and that all rooms on the premises can be used as before. Regular on-campus teaching on University premises will start on 8 November, according to the already existing plan.
Please note that students are welcome to come to campus from 1 October, but that the decision to start the on-campus teaching on 8 November still applies.
The Public Health Agency’s new general guidelines state that adults who are not yet vaccinated should continue to keep their distance to other people. This is especially important in contact with people who are part of an at-risk group and with people who are 70 years old, or more.
As a student, you must stay at home if you experience any symptom of illness. It is also important to wash your hands.
University premises and the University Library are open as usual
From 1 October, the University Library and all rooms at the University can be fully utilised again. Students will have the option of booking meeting rooms and group rooms online. Students who belong to a student association can leave a request to book a room via the student union.
The Library can once again be used as a place of study for both individuals and groups. From Monday 4 October, the group rooms at the University Library are once again available for booking.