Covid-19 situation at NHH
Students are requested to study at home if they have the opportunity. All remaining teaching activities at all levels will be only digital. All employees who do not have tasks that make it absolutely necessary to be on campus, shall work from home.
Updated Friday 13 November, 2.55 PM.
The measures at NHH follow the regulations from Bergen municipality.
Two students have been reported infected this week. A total of 202 NHH students have been confirmed infected since the start of the semester.
No employees have been reported infected.
NHH follows the infection situation closely, but as long as the infection rates are moderate, numbers will only be updated Mondays and Fridays.
Physical teaching is cancelled, and thus all teaching will be digital.
Students are requested to study at home if they have the opportunity. All employees who can shall work from home.
The student facilities in “Kjelleren”, the basement, closed Friday 23 October.
Group rooms will be closed in the period where the infection prevention guards are off duty, which is from 4.30 PM to 8.00 AM and during weekends.
Students are again urged to strictly comply with the infection prevention guidelines. Furthermore, students should have a low threshold for being tested and pay extra attention to whether they have symptoms.
The most important measures that each and every one of us shall take, are:
- Keep a distance of 1 metre - always
- Wash your hands often
- Disinfect your work surfaces
The NHH management stresses that it still is important that everyone who is confirmed infected reports to NHH.
- 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.
- Read more on Bergen municipalities page about testing, syptoms and medical help
- 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.