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Increased vigilance but few new restrictions

Today, the Swedish government has activated the first step of its action plan for handling increased COVID-19 infection rates. Linköping University has, therefore, increased its preparedness, and encourages everybody to practise social distancing, stay at home when experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and – most importantly of all – get vaccinated.

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LiU reactivates its crisis management team

In the wake of the new measures against increased COVID-19 transmission rates presented by the Swedish government on Tuesday, Linköping University (LiU) will today reactivate its crisis management team. A decision about further measures at LiU will be announced later today.

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A new Master's programme with a focus on Ageing and Social Change

The global population is getting older. What are the challenges and possibilities that come with this? How can we create sustainable societies and ensure the wellbeing of an aging population? These are the questions at the heart of Linköping University’s new international master's programme in Ageing and Social Change.

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New measures against increased rates of COVID-19

At this week’s press conference, the Swedish Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten, FHM) presented proposals for new measures that will be implemented if the COVID-19 infection rate increases in Sweden. Based on this information, Linköping University (LiU) has now begun to prepare an action plan. We are ready to implement this plan following the Swedish government’s decision next week (6-10 December).

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Compulsory registration

Please note that registration for the exam is compulsory. Registration is open for 30 days and closes 10 days before the exam date, unless otherwise stated.

Inside LiU News

Winter at Campus Valla

Increased vigilance but few changes

Today, the Swedish government has activated the first step of its action plan for combatting the risk of increased COVID-19 transmission rates. Linköping University (LiU) is increasing its preparedness by activating the second level of its pandemic planning. This does not, however, entail new restrictions with practical consequences.

A person standing on a sign saying "Håll avstånd".

LiU reactivates its crisis management team

In the wake of the new measures against increased COVID-19 transmission rates presented by the Swedish government on Tuesday, Linköping University (LiU) will today reactivate its crisis management team. A decision about further measures at LiU will be announced later today.

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New measures against increased rates of COVID-19

At this week’s press conference, the Swedish Public Health Agency (Folkhälsomyndigheten, FHM) presented proposals for new measures that will be implemented if the COVID-19 infection rate increases in Sweden. Based on this information, Linköping University (LiU) has now begun to prepare an action plan. We are ready to implement this plan following the Swedish government’s decision next week.

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Leadership prizes galore

Two bosses, eight co-workers and one student were all awarded a total of three prizes during a digital awards ceremony earlier today.

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Caution required at large gatherings

Take great caution at events with lots of participants, and take measures designed to reduce the spread of infection – these are the principles Linköping University (LiU) will adopt when new provisions related to the coronavirus pandemic come into force on 1 December.


 

 


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