What you can do

Spread the right information. Please help us stop disinformation such as rumours and speculations, and make sure to stay updated as situations can change daily. Unless you find the information directly from Chalmers or the student union, business goes on as usual. Chalmers and the student union are following national guidelines from authorities.

Social distancing? We want all students to have a social life, even with home studies. The recommendations from the authorities is to avoid physical contact and keep distance. Have this in mind in contact with other people. Don't stay in crowds, don't stand tight and always wash your hands!

Study at home - but how? We've put together a short guide on how to make it work!

Attending or organizing events

Distance studying is an opportunity for Chalmers to proceed with the education without compromising health and safety. Social events are voluntary but demands responsibility. No party or social gathering is mandatory. Can you postpone it?

Should you attend events? If you are not completely well and healthy, refrain from attending social events. If you are worried about getting an infection, stay away from events and crowds.

Sports activities - the authorities do not discourage from this, but there are things you can do to minimize risks. Learn more at Folkhälsomyndigheten.

Strong recommendations to organizers

  • Don't gather in large groups (max 50 persons)
  • Use this risk analysis tool from Folkhälsomyndigheten
  • Read this Information to event organizers 
  • Avoid new connections
  • Authorities discourage from dancefloors as they make a crowded environment
  • Hold meetings online when possible or always offer online participation
  • Reduce numbers of participants for events
  • Keep your guests informed on how to stay safe during your events

Affected events and services