Coronavirus continues to spread in Estonia and globally and acting responsibly is still the best way to prevent it.
Below, we have gathered some recommendations and advice on how to act considerately in the circumstances of the spread of the virus. Find some of the most important recommendations below.
Organisation of studies
Organisation of work
New restrictions are imposed at the University of Tartu sports hall from 11 March until at least 11 April. Read more on the sports club's website.
Starting from Monday, 12 April, a limited number of persons will be allowed to study in the University of Tartu Library reading rooms. Books can still be borrowed contact-free. Read more on the library's website.
From 3 to 28 March, the University of Tartu Museum, Botanical Garden and Natural History Museum are closed to visitors.
Starting from 11 March, the doors of the following university buildings will be closed:
Näituse 20 and 13a; Näituse 2, Riia 23 and 23b, Ülikooli 17, 18, 18a; Delta study building; Struve 1, the new part of Ujula 4.
The door of the Vanemuise 46 building will be closed from 12 March.
The doors of the Jakobi 2 and Liivi 4 buildings will be closed from 15 March.
Employees can use their access card to enter the building. Visitors must be received by the person who invited them to enter the building.
Organisation of public events
Considering the current epidemiological situation in Estonia, we are asking everyone to organise events online.
If you travelled abroad, make sure to consult the web page of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the movement restrictions for people arriving in Estonia. As the epidemiological situation changes rapidly, plan all trips abroad with the consideration that you might be subject to movement restrictions when returning to Estonia.
Tõnis Karki, Academic Secretary of University of Tartu, contact person of the Health Board at the University of Tartu, 529 7917, tonis.karki [ät] ut.ee Viivika Eljand-Kärp, Head of Communication of the University of Tartu, 5354 0689, viivika.eljand-karp [ät] ut.ee
National coronavirus helpline: 1247 (+372 600 1247 for calls from abroad)State website on COVID-19: www.kriis.ee /en Health Board’s website: www.terviseamet.ee/enERR News regularly updated webpage with relevant information: Coronavirus in Estonia: All you need to know
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