Please find here our latest information on the coronavirus (COVID-19). The information was updated on 30.08.2022
Tallinn University of Technology advises its students and staff who are not yet vaccinated to get immunised as soon as possible. For additional information about vaccination, visit the website vaktsineeri.ee.
Students and staff, whether unvaccinated or vaccinated, who are experiencing symptoms of a viral illness must stay at home and immediately contact their family physician.
In order to prevent infection, the instructions issued by the Health Board must be followed.
- It is recommended to wear a mask.
- Wash your hands often. Use warm water and soap for washing hands; in public places, use alcohol-based hand sanitiser.
- If you sneeze or cough, cover your mouth and nose with a single-use tissue. Throw the used tissue into the bin immediately after, then clean your hands. If you do not have a tissue, use your sleeve (the inside of your elbow), but do not use your bare hand.
- Avoid contact with people who have symptoms of illness.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- If you are ill, stay at home, even if the symptoms are rather mild.
- If you have any symptoms, you should suspect the coronavirus and call your family doctor.
- The university is not required to provide online learning opportunities to students who cannot participate in learning activities due to isolation rules.
- The university will continue face-to-face teaching in the autumn semester.
When conducting classroom learning activities, physical distancing practices must be employed for students if possible.
Instructions in case of illness or suspicion of illness
The university does not collect information about staff and student infections with COVID-19. In case of infection, please follow the instructions of your family doctor.
Instructions for dormitory residents in case of illness or suspicion of illness
If a student who resides in the Student Campus receives a positive test result, the student must stay in their room.
Contacts for specific questions and problems
If you have any problems or questions concerning the virus, contact the Student Counselling Office at email@example.com; in matters concerning your studies, please contact the lecturer of the subject.
If you have any problems or questions concerning the virus, contact the Human Resources Office at firstname.lastname@example.org; in matters concerning the organisation of work, please contact your immediate supervisor.
Member of cultural collectives – email@example.com
Sports Centre visitor – firstname.lastname@example.org