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Information for students, faculty and staff regarding COVID-19. (Updated: 15 April 2021)

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Changes due to COVID-19

Disease is spreading locally and it is now more important than ever to keep your distance to others. As a result, the University has decided to further limit presence in university facilities until 7 June 2021 – if you don't need to come to the university, please stay at home. These pages provide you with vital information but also with advice and tools for smooth studies. Use "Recent updates" below to see what information is new.

Stick to the COVID restrictions
Stick to the COVID restrictions

Remember to keep your distance, only visit our campuses if necessary and conduct your group work online.

Recent updates, 15 April 2021

University COVID-measures until the end of spring semester 2021
University COVID-measures until the end of spring semester 2021

The measures now apply until the end of the 2021 spring semester. Read what this means for you as a student.

What happens to new students?
What happens to new students?

Information for new and prospective students with regard to COVID-19.

FAQ for current students
FAQ for current students

This page is continuously updated with frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19.

Education, exams and premises
Education, exams and premises

Stay updated on how your studies and exams are affected by COVID-19.

Studying from home
Studying from home

Good advice to help you through studying remotely.

Studies abroad during covid-19
Studies abroad during covid-19

Questions and answers on exchange studies, Erasmus and Minor Field Studies.

Handle worry and anxiety caused by COVID-19
Handle worry and anxiety caused by COVID-19

Worry is natural, but if it becomes overwhelming, it is important to ask for help.

What to do when you have symptoms or confirmed COVID-19

• When you have symptoms, even mild ones – stay at home until you have been symptom free for 2 days. And get tested at Region Västerbotten. Important! When you have taken a test, you must stay at home and avoid meeting others until your test result has arrived.

Please note! If you have no Swedish personal identity number or only a temporary such number
(one that includes a letter in the last four digits), you must contact your nearest healthcare centre to get tested.

• When COVID-19 has been confirmed – inform your manager or course coordinator. Stay at home for 7 days after falling ill (or test date), whichever comes last. You must also have been healthy and free of symptoms for 2 days before returning to campus.

• When you have a negative test – stay at home until you feel fully well.

If you get instructions from Region Västerbotten or other healthcare providers that differ from this, please follow those instructions.

Find out how to take the test (Region Västerbotten)

Phone number for healthcare guidance: +46 771-11 77 00

Contact the University's Crisis Management Team

Please contact the Crisis Management Team using corona@umu.se with all questions related to COVID-19.