Regler och restriktioner
Our regulations and recommendations:
- It is prohibited to visit the SSE premises if you have recently traveled to (or made a stopover in) any of the affected regions listed below, or if you are living with somebody who has. SSE is strongly recommending 14 days of self-isolation for students, staff and faculty in these cases. Contact your program director or manager to discuss your individual situation. Program directors can advise students on alternative study plans and HR can advise members of staff or faculty on work-related matters. Students are advised that infringement of this decision will constitute a disciplinary offence under the Disciplinary Regulations.
- If you have any cold or flu symptoms at all, regardless of whether you have visited an affected region or not, access to SSE is prohibited. Students are advised that infringement of this decision will constitute a disciplinary offence under the Disciplinary Regulations.
- Do not travel to or through affected regions listed by the Swedish authorities. Failure to follow this recommendation will result in being denied access to SSE premises upon return to Sweden.
- Re-consider any travel and look into other options together with your manager.
- Carry out meetings, studies and teaching activities through digital means, where possible and applicable. If you are unsure of what applies to you, please speak to your director or manager.
Currently, the affected regions listed by the MFA include:
- China, except for Hong Kong and Macao
- Italy: the regions of Aosta Valley, Piedmont, Liguria, Lombardy, Emilia-Romagna, Trentino-Alto Adige, Veneto, Friuli Venezia Giulia and Tuscany. The rest of Italy, as of March 9.
- South Korea
Additionally, listed by the Public Health Agency of Sweden as risk zone:
- The Austrian state of Tyrol, as of March 10.