In consultation with infectious disease doctors in the County of Stockholm, the Public Health Agency of Sweden has decided that local recommendations will apply for a limited period to slow local outbreaks. Their decision applies until midnight on 19 November 2020, but may be extended. You can read about these general recommendations on the Public Health Agency’s website (in Swedish).
Södertörn University therefore recommends that teaching is conducted remotely while the stricter local recommendations are in force. On-campus practical elements may be conducted if the current recommendations for physical distancing and other infection control measures are followed.
University entrance doors will be locked, so from now on you will need your keycard and code to enter the premises.
Students at the university will receive information about what applies to their courses via SH-StudyWeb. Please stay updated about what applies to your courses, as well as what applies to the university as a whole via our recommendations for the autumn semester and the news published via https://www.sh.se/english/sodertorn-university/student.
Look after each other – keep your distance and keep on keeping on!