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COVID-19: Information to students

The University of Gothenburg is working to slow the spread of COVID-19. The University is following the updates and recommendations from Swedish authorities. On this page you can keep up to date on how this affects you as a student. Last updated 5 October.

Vaccination against COVID-19 in Västra Götaland

On September 29, the government will ease most restrictions, but there are still special restrictions for the unvaccinated. Many vaccination centres in Västra Götaland offers both booked appointments and drop-in. Everyone aged 16 or older, or who will turn 16 this year, is being offered vaccination. You do not have to be a Swedish citizen to get vaccinated.

Vaccination against COVID-19 (1177.se)

Unvaccinated people should continue to be careful after 29 September (Krisinformation.se)

Gradual return to campus autumn semester 2021

At the start of the autumn term, an adapted and gradual return to campus-based activities began. The ambition is for the University of Gothenburg to have a campus-based activity again by October at the latest, provided that the government's opening plan for society continues. On September 29, the government eased most restrictions, which means that the return to campus can continue.

Information about your course or programme

The University has many different courses and programs. The planning situation and the needs of the organization look different within the university, which means that the return to campus will be different for different people.

What applies to you will be communicated by the department or faculty, responsible for your course or programme.

Information form faculties and departments about COVID19

Find your department or faculty: My studies

What to do if you are sick

Stay home and test yourself if you get symptoms of covid-19. If you have a confirmed covid-19 diagnosis, you must follow the instructions from the health service regarding infection tracing.

If you have been on the University's premises during a time when there is a suspicion that you have been infected, you are asked to inform your course manager or the head of your department to help the University's work to reduce the spread of infection.

If you are infected

Getting tested for COVID-19 (1177.se)

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions for students about COVID-19

Page Manager: Student Portal|Last update: 10/5/2021

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