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[Coronavirus Information] Update on the closure of the University

Published on March 5, 2020 Updated on June 24, 2020

Due to the current health crisis, Jean Moulin Lyon 3 University remains closed to students and the public. It is open to staff members who need to be present on site to implement the institution’s key activities.

Messages from the University President’s Office

The University President’s Office reminds its students and staff that it is essential to check their institutional messaging system regularly to monitor changes in the situation and the new measures put in place.

The President’s messages to the community can be consulted on the various intranets, in the dedicated information spaces.

Dedicated information spaces

Specific information spaces dedicated to the situation are proposed:

These information spaces are designed to inform the community of the initiatives, actions, resources and tools maintained or developed by the University’s services to support students and staff during this period.
 

Frequently Asked Questions for Students


General Frequently Asked Questions for Students

Frequently Asked Questions for students studying abroad (in French)

Frequently Asked Questions for international exchange students at Jean Moulin University (in english)


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► Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for students are available on the government’s website etudiant.gouv.fr (in French)

 
Measures taken at the University
As at 2 June 2020
 
  • The university remains closed to students and to the public.
  • Sporting and cultural events have been cancelled or postponed.
  • Medical consultations (general practice, gynaecology, psychology, dietetics, etc.) at the University’s Preventive Medicine and Health Promotion Centre (the SMPPS) resumed on 2 June. Students must send their request and contact details by email to the SMPPS who will contact them to arrange a physical or remote appointment (see contact).
  • From 2 June, “Click and Return” is available at the Manufacture campus library, from Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm, no appointment required (via the Allée Hannah Arendt).
  • Administrative and research laboratory activities are largely maintained via teleworking. Staff members who need to be present on site to implement the institution’s key activities can return to work on site, in compliance with the health rules in place.

Reminder of national measures
What changed on 2 June (extract from the Government website)

The situation is improving at an encouraging pace, the result of each person’s commitment and the work of all those who have mobilised against the epidemic – in particular healthcare workers and local elected representatives.

New activities will now be possible again: cafés and restaurants, parks and gardens, museums, monuments and zoos, etc. There will be some special conditions – especially for regions classified as orange: Île-de-France, Guyana and Mayotte – in order to protect the health of each person.

In all cases, respecting the protective measures and physical distancing are the conditions for the success of this new phase of moving out of lockdown.
 
Protective measures
Protecting yourself and others
 
  • Wash your hands regularly or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer
  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or into a handkerchief
  • Blow your nose using a disposable tissue and dispose of it immediately
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Maintain a distance of at least one metre from other people
  • Greet people without shaking hands and don’t hug them
  • In addition to these measures, wear a mask if a one-metre distance cannot be respected