Covid-19 situation at NHH
No additional NHH students have been confirmed infected with covid-19 in the last 24 hours. The closure of on-campus teaching was prolonged Wednesday 16 September. Students are requested to work from home, and employees who can, shall continue to work from home.
Updated Tuesday 22 September, 2.00 PM.
In total, 142 NHH students have been confirmed infected since the start of the autumn semester.
Due to the increase of corona-infections in Bergen, and in line with the prolonged measures from the city council (in Norwegian), NHH has decided to extend the closure of all on-campus teaching activities until and including Friday 25 September.
There are digital alternatives in all courses.
The campus will stay open. Nonetheless, students who have the opportunity to study elsewhere than on campus are strongly encouraged to use such opportunities to help prevent infections.
The student association has paused all on-campus activities and closed their premises until further notice, and at least until and including Friday 25 September.
There are no reports of infected NHH employees, but all employees will work from home if possible, and meet digitally until and including Friday 25 September.
One case of Covid-19 has been reported among the construction workers who are working on the rehabilitation of NHH. The case of infection was reported on Wednesday 2 September. It is Statsbygg as the owner who handles the infection situation, and the Infection Control Office that does infection tracking.
- If you have symptoms or think that you might be infected with Covid-19, contact your GP or the infection control office in Bergen municipality.
- Students diagnosed with Covid-19 shall notify NHH by e-mail: email@example.com
NHH infection control guide
The infection control guide provides guidelines for how employees and students should minimise the risk of infection. Keeping a distance of at least one metre, washing your hands thoroughly and staying at home if you do not feel well are the most important measures that everyone should follow.