Information to the University’s students about the Corona virus
Information below is updated on November 22
Campus education from October
On October 4, the University switched to regular campus teaching.
What applies from November 22
On 22 November testing guidelines and advice to stay home if you have symptoms change in Sweden.
The new recommendation is that everyone from preschool children and older should get tested if having any symptoms of Covid-19. You should get tested even if you are vaccinated. You should also stay at home if you have symptoms of a respiratory tract infection. Such symptoms include a sore throat, fever, cough and a general feeling of illness.
Vaccination against Covid-19
The vaccionation against Covid-19 is free of charge and you do not have to be Swedish citizen to get vaccinated. Read more at Västra Götalandsregionen and see where there are available times near you at Health care centers.
Look at your schedule
As a student at the University of Skövde, it is important to often look at your schedule in TimeEdit and Canvas to see if there are any changes.
Opening hours on Campus
The University's crisis group
The University's crisis group has reconciliations about the situation. The group also has contact with the municipality of Skövde, other universities and with medical officer at the hospital in Skövde. The crisis group continously updates the information on Staff Portal and the Student Portal.
The situation can quickly change, so stay updated.
Further information related to Covid-19
Student Support webinars during Autumn semester
During Autumn semester, Student Support will arrange webinars to support students, regardless if distance education is choosen or not. All webinars are open for everybody in their studies.