The university is continuously monitoring the latest advice and recommendations from the Danish Health Authority, and we will update the guidelines on this page regularly.
Taking precautions is the key to everyone’s health. We therefore expect that everyone working and studying on campus will conform to the health and safety measures – i.e. respecting physical distancing requirements and keeping good hand hygiene – for the sake of everyone’s safety.
Opening hours, access, and level of service
We are back to normal opening hours with access to campus 24/7.
Entering ITU campus
Still following the general guidelines of the Danish Health Authorities we recommend all coming to ITU to either have the vaccine or test regularly, even though it is no longer a requirement to have a valid corona passport for entering the ITU Campus.
Not all students and staff are vaccinated yet, and we all need to show consideration.
When arriving at ITU, you must wash or disinfect your hands. Please wash or disinfect your hands on a regular basis during the day.
If you are experiencing symptoms
If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 – cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, headache, or sore throat – you should stay at home. If the symptoms appear while you are staying at ITU, you should leave campus immediately, get tested and self-isolate.
If you have tested positive
If you have COVID-19 you need to self-isolate.
You are obliged to inform SAP by email (email@example.com), that you are ill with COVID-19. Please inform SAP about your phone-number so we can contact you for detailed information.
As a help please title the email Corona positive.
You must stay at home until you are well again. If you experienced symptoms, then you can end your self-isolation when you have been free of symptoms for at least 48 hours.
If you did not experience any symptoms you can end your self-isolation after 7 days. from your positive test.
For further assistance you can call Coronasporing, a new contact tracing unit placed under the Danish Patient Safety Authority, on +4532320511.
Find here an overview for the different hotlines available
Read here for information from The Danish Health Authorities.
We have increased the level of cleaning to mitigate the disease.
High-touch surfaces – e.g. tables, doorknobs, light switches, railings, toilets, water taps, sinks etc. – will be cleaned twice a day in all the common areas which are in use. Tables which are only used by one employee will be cleaned once a day.
You are expected to tidy up before leaving the area you have used.
Dispensers with alcohol hand sanitizer are placed in each end of the floors and in each end of the atrium.
If you use the labs you must follow the cleaning instructions in the lab. Read more here.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark is continuously revising their travel guidelines. Find more information here.
Last updated August 16, 2021