Infection prevention at NHH

Infection prevention at NHH

Rules and advice for covid-19 infection prevention.

Updated Monday 22 February 2021, 1.40 PM.

The special infection prevention measures that Bergen municipality and the government introduced 7 February due to the serious infection situation in the region are lifted from Monday 22 February.

Strict national rules still apply, but students can use study halls, group rooms and the library at NHH from Tuesday 23 February.

Teaching will primarily be digital, but some teaching in smaller groups will be allowed.

All employees who do not have tasks that make it absolutely necessary to be on campus, should still work from home.

More details about opening hours, access and facilities

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 
  • Stay at home if you do not feel well 

The NHH management stresses that it still is important that everyone who is confirmed infected reports to NHH.

What to do if you are a NHH student and suspect infection

NHH infection control guide

The infection control guide provides detailed guidelines for how employees and students should minimise the risk of infection. 

NHH’s infection control guidelines (PDF 1 mb)