Corona Virus (COVID-19)
Last updated 30 March 2022 at 09.30
Life at RUC without COVID-19 restrictions
RUC follows the authorities’ instructions, where COVID-19 is no longer defined as a socially critical illness. RUC will therefore cease to have specific guidelines for the management of COVID-19.
As COVID-19 is not under worldwide control, staff and students travelling and staying outside Denmark shall continue to follow the instructions of the Danish and local authorities.
At RUC, however, we maintain the good principles that have guided our COVID efforts since March 2020: Caution, inclusiveness and trust. You can still help to reduce the risk of infection by following the Danish Health Authority’s six general guidelines on infection prevention:
- Get vaccinated
- Stay at home if you have symptoms
- Social distance
- Ventilate and create a draught
- Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer
- Clean, especially surfaces that are touched by many people
If you are infected or have symptoms
There is still a risk of becoming infected with COVID-19. If you are ill with symptoms of COVID-19, do not come to campus. As with any viral illness, you can help to limit the spread of infection by not coming to campus with symptoms.
- As a student you can find further information in the Corona-FAQ for students at the Intranet
- Employees can stay informed at HR-Corona FAQ at the Intranet
To the press
If you have questions related to Roskilde University's coronavirus emergency management, please contact: University Director Peter Lauritzen, firstname.lastname@example.org.
RUC follows the authorities' instructions
- Coronavirus/COVID-19 in Denmark >
- Website of the National Board of Health >
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs' travel guidelines >
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