Information from Örebro University on the coronavirus
Here you can find all information about how Örebro University is working to respond to the coronavirus situation. This page will be updated with new developments as they happen - please keep checking this page.
This page contains comprehensive information on how Örebro University works to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
Next semester, the plan is for students at Örebro University to once again receive their education onsite. Preparations are now underway for a cautious opening of university premises this autumn. Read more about the decision here.
If you are a student, you will find information that applies to your courses on Blackboard.
- 30 August: New question, "What do I do to get vaccinated?"
- 9 August: old questions removed.
- 24 July: A new decision, among other things based on the projections by the Public Health Agency of Sweden, now outlines the plans for the second half of the autumn semester. If nothing unforeseen happens, all teaching activities should be able to return to campus as of 8 November.
- 31 May: The local recommendation on wearing facemasks in shops, among other places, in Örebro will no longer apply after 1 June 2021. That question has therefore been deleted. From now on, the recommendations of the Public Health Agency of Sweden will apply. Some sectors and services, for instance healthcare and medical services, have issued their own provisions concerning face masks.
- 5 May: New question: "I am not a Swedish citizen. Will I still receive vaccine?"