Regarding stricter recommendations from 12 January
The Swedish government has decided on stricter recommendations from 12 January 2022. For KTH, teaching continues on Campus, but infection control measures should be applied.
KTH has already taken measures in line with the government's stricter recommendations from 12 January 2022. Teaching continues on Campus, but infection control measures should be applied.
Infection control measures
The measures could mean access to hand sanitisers and/or opportunities for handwashing. Larger gatherings of people can be carried out in premises where distances can be maintained, also when entering and exiting. KTH also encourages teachers to hold lectures for larger groups digitally. KTH's premises will be adapted to reduce the risk of the spread of infection as follows:
- In auditoriums, 1/3 of all seats per room will be used
- In the lecture rooms, the exam sitting will be used
- The furniture must not be changed
- The furniture must not be moved between rooms
This will be completed no later than week 3.
Examinations are carried out on Campus, but with infection control measures to reduce the risk of reduce the spread of the virus. Learn more on Examination on KTH during COVID-19
You can find more information about the current situation at KTH on A safe study environment during COVID-19 .