Corona, update for residents

25 March, 2021

1/4/211:31 PM Ane Karlsen

Dear resident, how are you? We have now been living with the corona situation for over a year, and a third Covid wave sweeps across the country. There are both national and local regulations to follow, and we all try our best to stay updated. We see that even politicians can make mistakes, but it is important that we continue to trust the authorities, follow current rules, and that we keep our spirits up. There are better times ahead!

We ask all residents to stay oriented on local and national infection control measures and regulations. Hope everyone is doing ok - according to the conditions, that you are healthy, and that you have contact with someone dear to you.

If you or someone from your cohort gets infected

It is important that you have knowledge of the quarantine instructions for student housing, so you know what applies if you or someone in your cohort is infected or quarantined.

Here you can read the quarantine instructions for student housing.

Which rules applies

Remember that it is always the strictest rules that apply, whether they are national or local.

It is important, and possible, that our tenants maintain social relations. However, we must all contribute to keeping the Covid-19 infection rate as low as possible. We would like to clarify some rules regarding socializing in our student homes:

A Shared kitchen is a cohort

If you rent a unit with shared kitchen, you can think of the students you share kitchen with as «members of your household». This means that you can be physically close to these students. Nevertheless, we encourage you to limit physical contact - also within the cohort, and to wash your hands regularly.

Remember that you shoul keep at least TWO meter distance to students from other shared kitchens (cohorts), or students who do not live in the same student home. Residents from other kitchens / homes are considered as guests.

Recommendation on the number of guests

The government recommends having a maximum of 2 guests.

We still encourage you to have as few visitors as possible in the student home. Please do also remember to keep at least TWO meter distance to your guest(s). Please consider, do you have enough space to receive guests? Also, remember to talk to the students you share kitchen with about what is OK and what is not OK when you have guests from outside the cohort.

In any case, the following is recommended for all visits:

  • Keep at least TWO meter distance from eachother.
  • Wash your hands regularly.
  • Do not receive guests if you have Covid-19 symptoms.
  • Do not receive guests who have Covid-19 symptoms.

Better to meet outdoors

The risk of infection is higher indoors than outdoors. Now, the days are getting longer and brighter, and it is nice to meet outdoors. Get some daylight! How about a stroll during lunch time? You can bring your lunch and coffee. Or go for a run with a friend. You can get some workout done and chat at the same time.

If you would like to make the most of the nice outdoor conditions you can borrow equipment for free - check out options where you study.

Take care of each other - and feel free to contact us

We hope you continue to take good care of each other in this demanding time. Studentinord is available for you, so do not hesitate to get in touch.

  • Digital counselling
    Remember that you are always welcome to contact the Student Counsellors in Studentinord if you want to to have a chat - about anything.
  • "The student phone"
    Do you want to talk to others than us? Or talk to someone outside our opening hours? "The student phone" (Studenttelefonen) and several other help agencies are open 24 hours a day, also on weekends and public holidays.
  • Housing Consultants
    Talk to the Housing Consultants if you have practical housing questions.
  • Security company
    You can contact the security company if you are worried about your safety. The guards are for your own and other residents' safety.

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