Information on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
SDU follows the authorities' recommendations, including the Ministry of Education and Research's guidelines for responsible handling of COVID-19 at the higher education institutions. We encourage students and staff to find out more via SDU's websites and via the Danish authorities (coronasmitte.dk) to stay up to date. for the latest information.
Get tested if you have to show up on campus
SDU is undergoing a controlled reopening, and you are required to be able to present a negative test for COVID-19 (either PCR test or rapid test/antigen test) which is no more than 72 hours old when you are present on campus. You are responsible for getting tested. Use public or private test centres near your home. Supplementary test options are also available at a number of SDU’s locations upon presentation of a valid SDU ID card. Also remember to bring your health insurance card.
For more information on the test options at SDU, including their locations and current opening hours, please see https://mitsdu.dk/hurtigtest, which also feature SDU’s guidelines for testing and random checking of test results.
Have you been in close contact with a person infected with COVID-19?
Should new cases of infection occur at SDU, you as a student will be informed if you have been in close contact with the infected persons in connection with activities planned by SDU.
If you have been in close contact with a person infected with COVID-19, you should follow the general guidelines from the Danish Health Authority on self-isolation and testing.
Have you been confirmed infected with COVID-19?
You must immediately notify SDU that you have been confirmed infected with COVID-19 via the Corona button in SPOC.
Self-isolate for up to 48 hours after the symptoms have subsided. Pay special attention to hygiene and cleaning. Infected individuals without any symptoms must self-isolate for 7 days after getting tested.
You must inform your close contacts at SDU that you are infected.
Read SDU's guideline for dealing with students with symptoms of or infection with COVID-19Read more on the Danish Health Authority's website
SDU would like to be in contact with you if you are infected with COVID-19; if you are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 or if you are in doubt about anything concerning COVID-19 and your education programme. Please write to SDU by using the Corona button in SPOC.