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Guidelines for SDU’s guests and external partners

The government and a number of parties have agreed on a plan to phase out the COVID-19 restrictions over the next few months. For the universities, the agreement means that there will be a gradual normalisation of our everyday life beginning as of 14 June until full normalisation in August.

The plan for normalisation is as follows:

As of 14 June 2021:

  • Face masks and visors are no longer required at SDU’s locations.
  • The social distancing requirement of 1-2 metres is lifted.
  • When present at SDU’s locations, the general advice on infection prevention with, for example, thorough ventilation, good hygiene and the use of hand sanitiser is maintained.

As of 1 August 2021:

  • The requirement that students and employees must be able to document a negative test result (either a PCR or an antigen test) not older than 72 hours when present on campus is lifted.
  • The same applies to guests and external partners.

External partners are, for instance, exam supervisors, external examiners, visiting lecturers, craftsmen, suppliers and meeting participants who are physically present at SDU for any length of time.

Access to SDU’s buildings

As of 14 June 2021, it is again possible to access SDU’s buildings within normal opening hours.

A corona passport is required in the case of physical attendance at SDU’s locations

Until 1 August 2021, all persons entering SDU’s premises must be able to document a negative test result for COVID-19 or a valid corona passport. In addition, the other applicable guidelines at SDU on social distancing, hygiene etc. must be respected.

Documentation must be presented on request.

You can read more about SDU’s guidelines for test and spot checks here:
https://sdunet.dk/-/media/mitsdu/filer/service/faq/testkontrol_dk_20210521.pdf

 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 15.06.2021