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New restrictions apply to higher education institutions

COVID-19 - and especially the new Omicron variant - is spreading with increasing rapidity throughout Denmark. In order to limit the spread of infection, new restrictions will apply to higher education institutions from Sunday 19 December 2021.

Normal everyday life in higher education from 14 June

Students and higher education institutions can return to a normal working day from 14 June. The government has entered into an agreement with a broad majority of the parliamentary parties on when the various corona restrictions will be phased out.

Further reopening of higher education on 6 May

In the Copenhagen Metropolitan Area, including North and East Zealand, the permitted general attendance ratio for students will be increased from 20 to 30 per cent on 6 May, and it will also be possible to use outdoor areas for teaching.

Updated social distancing recommendations in higher education

The updated social distancing recommendations require that from now on you are allowed to maintain a social distance of at least one metre, though maintaining a distance of two metres when possible, or when there is a particular risk of infection.

Further reopening of higher education on 21 April

Once more, higher education has been given political priority in the negotiations concerning reopening. In those parts of the country outside the Copenhagen metropolitan area the ratio of attendance for students in general will on 21 April be increased from 20 to 30 per cent.

Further restrictions within higher education in several parts of the country

From 9 December, more restrictions within higher education will be introduced in a further 20 municipalities, so that the restrictions will apply to a total of 38 municipalities in various parts of the country. Moreover, national restrictions that apply to educational institutions will be prolonged.

Extended options for SU loans are being resumed

As a result of the present COVID-19 restrictions, students are being offered a financial helping hand. This is being done by resuming the options of extended student grants and loans (SU).

Final semester students can return to seven health sciences programmes

Following the Government's announcement that certain critical health science programmes would reopen for students who are due to complete their programmes soon, the Minister for Higher Education and Science has decided that seven health sciences programmes can be reopened in a controlled manner.

Period at home extended for students and employees

The Government has decided to extended the initiatives already in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. The initiatives will be extended up to and including 13 April 2020.

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