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Covid-19 | Organisation of the university and health measures

Published on November 17, 2021 Updated on April 22, 2022

This information space is devoted to general questions about the organisation of the institution during the Covid-19 health crisis.

It is updated regularly as the situation evolves.

Are you a student or staff member? Find the information specific to your profile directly in the frequently asked questions on the intranet.

Lifting of restrictions

From 14 March 2022, the University’s sites are accessible without a vaccine pass, including at events and functions, and masks are no longer mandatory (including indoor and outdoor areas).
Hygiene measures
Although social distancing rules are no longer mandatory, certain hygiene measures should continue to be applied, such as:
  • Hand washing: wall-mounted hand sanitiser dispensers and more than 150 non-contact hand sanitiser dispensing stations are available across the institution’s various sites.
  • Cleaning of surfaces: disinfectant spray and single-use paper towels are available in all shared spaces to enable users to clean the most frequently touched surfaces and shared equipment.
  • Ventilation of premises: it is advisable to air the premises regularly by opening doors and windows whenever possible