Current case numbers

 Suspected casesTested positive
Students11
Teachers01
Administrative Employees00

 

Status: 10.04.2021, 20:15 / regular updates

 

All persons who had contact with the affacted persons at the Bruckner University have been informed.

 

If you are a suspected case, please inform the university immediately via our e-mail address:

coronameldungbruckneruniat

COVID-19: Safety Regulations

Status: 25 March 2021

At the beginning of the winter semester 2020/2021, a traffic light system with four phases was implemented at Bruckner University, which regulates the processes of the university operation. Please observe the detailed regulations.

The Corona traffic light stays ORANGE until further notice with the start of the summer semester on March 1.

Opening hours and access

  • Mon - Fri 07:00 - 21:30 Sat 07:00 - 16:30
  • NEW since March 29: Access for university members (students, lecturers and administration) only possible with a negative test result officially confirmed by test lane, pharmacy or doctor and not older than 48 hours (external guests/library users etc. do not need a negative test result to enter the building)
  • Access only through the main entrance and the underground car park (visitors‘ entrance)
  • Mandatory access registration: University members use their Bruckneruni Card for entering and leaving the building.
  •  Additional registration on a list in the entrance area.
  • Mandatory room registration: Additionally, you are required to sign the attendance lists posted on the room doors.
  • External visitors are additionally required to sign in at the main entrance and state the purpose of visit.

General Hygiene regulations

  • FFP2 masks are mandatory in the entire building
  • Please use the disinfectants regularly
  • Wash your hands regularly
  • Keep a distance of at least 2 m

Testing strategy (mandatory by March 1)

  • mandatory constantly testing at public test lanes, pharmacies or doctors
  • NEW since March 29: Access to the building for university members (students, lecturers and administration) only possible with a negative test result officially  confirmed by test lane, pharmacy or doctor and not older than 48 hours(external guests/library users etc. do not need a negative test result to enter the building)
  • free testing options in Linz: https://www.linz.at/coronavirus.php
  • As a general rule, only people who can produce a negative test result are allowed to (physically) attend regular classes or to work on site at the university building. If you do not wish, for whatever reason, to get an antigen test, you are required to hold/attend classes via distance learning or to work from home, respectively. (Exceptions apply for people who a) have already been vaccinated or b) can prove the existence of antibodies following a Covid infection.)
  • self-tests are additionally recommended
  • additional antigen testing will be organized and performed for special projects

Library

Classes

  • Generally Distance Learning
  • Exception: lessons that cannot be substituted (individual artistic lessons incl. accompaniment, special arrangements for artistic practical group lessons possible after consulting the institute director, special projects require consultation with the Dean of Studies)

Artistic final exams

  • Artistic final exams only as stream.  A person of trust may be present in the room. Safety and hygiene rules must be strictly followed.

Practicing/Rehearsals

  • Students preparing for a final examination and students who cannot practice at home.
  • Attendance lists are mandatory for each room.

Extension of class times
By decision of the executive board (1 December 2020), class times of the current academic year will be extended. This creates the possibility of making up for lost classes – on a voluntary basis (teachers and students).

  • End of the summer term: 30 September 2021

If you are tested positive to COVID-19 or if you are a suspect case, please inform the university immediately by e-mail to coronameldungbruckneruniat.


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