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Guidelines for SDU’s guests and external partners

SDU is again without restrictions and back to normal, where common sense must of course still follow to campus. Everyone should still follow the recommendations of the health authorities. This includes, for example, that you do not show up physically if you have symptoms of coronavirus.

What do I do if I get symptoms of COVID-19 before or during my stay at SDU?

• If you get symptoms of COVID-19 before you meet at SDU, we ask you to cancel your contact person and go into self-isolation. This also applies if you have been vaccinated.
• If you are at SDU and experience symptoms of COVID-19, leave SDU immediately and go into self-isolation. You are encouraged to cancel immediately by contacting your contact person. This also applies if you have been vaccinated.

Read more in the National Board of Health's guide:
For those of you who have symptoms of COVID-19

 

What do I do if I have been confirmed infected with COVID-19, but have an appointment to attend SDU?

• Do not show up at SDU if, after a test, you are confirmed infected with COVID-19 and cancel immediately by contacting your contact person.

What do I do if I have been confirmed infected with COVID-19 after my stay at SDU?
• If you are confirmed infected with COVID-19 after a test after you have stayed at SDU, notify your contact person at SDU immediately. SDU does not register personal information about you in this connection.

Read more in the National Board of Health's guide:
For you who have tested positive for new coronavirus

What should I do if I have had close contact with someone infected with COVID-19?

• Do not show up at SDU and cancel your contact person

Read more in the National Board of Health's guide:
For you who are in close contact with someone who is infected with new coronavirus

It is also noted that all new infected people will be contacted by the Health Authorities with a view to tracing persons with whom the infected person may have been in close contact, but in addition, the infected person and the infected person's workplace must contribute to the infection detection. If you have been in contact with an employee or student at SDU who, after testing, is confirmed to be infected with COVID-19, you will be informed by SDU as a starting point if there are close contacts. If you have followed the Danish Health and Medicines Authority's advice on physical distance, cough etiquette and hygiene, new close contacts will very rarely have been established at SDU.

 All areas will be either locked or visibly blocked with signage. The library is opened on various digital platforms incl. mail, Skype and telephone: There will continue to be 24/7 online access to electronic journals, databases and ebooks. There is the possibility of self-service in relation to the delivery and lending of ordered books, etc. https://www.sdu.dk/en/bib).

 

The following sites are closed

The following sites are closed:

  • The Friday bar
  • The Library

The following sites are closed

  • Reading areas on repos facing the atrium
  • The Cafeteria
  • The Friday bar
  • The Library

The following sites are closed:

  • The Cafeteria 2 and the old Friday bar
  • The Cafeteria 4
  • The Cafeteria Sale at TEK
  • The Campus Square
  • The Friday bar
  • The Library
  • The SDU Fitness
  • The Ved siden af
  • The Winter Garden
  • The 24/7 Reading Room

The following sites are closed:

  • The Cafeteria
  • The Friday bar

The following sites are closed:

  • The Cafeteria
  • The Friday bar
  • The Knowledge Station (Vidensstationen)
  • The Library

The following sites are closed:

  • The Friday bar
  • The Library

SDU's page on Novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Last Updated 18.08.2021