COVID-19 Guidance for Collegium Civitas Community

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The fourth stage of lifting the Coronavirus restrictions in Poland

The Polish government announced the fourth stage of lifting Coronavirus restrictions (Level 4 from May 30). It includes, for example, lifting the obligation to cover the mouth and nose in public, as well as reopening some cultural, sports and recreation facilities.

Prolongation of student ID cards validity

In accordance with the Act of 16 April 2020 on Specific Support Instruments due to Spread of SARS-CoV-2, student ID cards remain valid for 60 days after the termination of the suspension of the university (i.e. 60 days after the opening of Polish universities by the government authorities) without having to confirm their validity (obtain the sticker).

The third stage of lifting of coronavirus restrictions

Polish government announced the third stage of lifting Coronavirus restrictions (Level 3 from May 18). Restaurants, bars, beauty and hair studios will be open again. Do not forget that the obligation of social distance still applies (2 meters between people in public places) - leaving home it is required to cover the nose and mouth by using a mask, scarf or handkerchief. 

Relaxation of restrictions

Polish government announced the second stage of easing coronavirus restrictions in Poland. Some facilities will be open again. Please keep in mind that from April 16th everybody leaving home is required to cover the nose and mouth by using a mask, scarf or handkerchief. 

MESSAGE FROM THE RECTOR OF COLLEGIUM CIVITAS

In connection with the current epidemic situation and its anticipated dynamics for the summer period, out of concern for the health of members of the Collegium Civitas academic community, the Rector of Collegium Civitas has ruled on 23 April this year that all classes at the university, including exam sessions and the defence of theses, are to be conducted online until the end of July 2020.

How to spend free time #stayinghome?

We prepared some useful ideas to pass the time during the quarantine. We’re all struggling in one way or another during these hard times. We hope our students are taking care and staying healthy. Here are the interesting ways to fight with boredom at home.

New restrictions in Poland

On April 9 the Polish government announced that the coronavirus related restrictions will be extended till April 19 (and for the travel restrictions the extension applies till May 3). Starting from Thursday, April 16 it will be mandatory to cover the mouth and nose in public places. Also, we would like to kindly remind you that at Collegium Civitas remote work and online classes are extended until further notice.

Psychological and mentoring assistance for Collegium Civitas students

Do you feel any deterioration in your well-being, stress, tension or loneliness? Collegium Civitas offers free psychological and mentoring assistance for our students during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus outbreak – special solutions for foreigners

On March 31 special solutions for foreigners in Poland have been introduced. The regulations will allow people who want to pursue their current purpose of stay or cannot leave Poland due to the spread of SARS-CoV-2 virus to stay legally in the country.

THANK YOU LETTER FROM THE RECTOR OF COLLEGIUM CIVITAS

The Rector of Collegium Civitas, Professor Stanisław Mocek wishes to thank the university staff, faculty, student council and student organizations for their involvement and efforts made during difficult circumstances caused by the public health crisis in the country and around the world.

Telework - Collegium Civitas administrative departments

We kindly inform you that due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to take care of the health of the Collegium Civitas academic community, from 18 March until further notice, all administrative departments in our university will work remotely. Feel free to contact us by email or phone – Collegium Civitas staff will carry out their daily duties and provide all necessary information to all concerned.

Communique for lecturers regarding prevention of the spread of COVID-19 virus within the Collegium Civitas community

Further to the previous communication of 10 March with regard to the epidemiological situation in Poland and yesterday‘s decisions of the State authorities provided during a conference by the Prime Minister, the Minister of Health and the Minister of Science and Higher Education, and out of concern for health and safety for Collegium Civitas students and employees, the Rector in consultation with the Rector‘s Team hereby introduces a series of measures. Please, read the full text of the Communique for Lecturers.

Communique for students regarding prevention of the spread of COVID-19 virus within the Collegium Civitas community

Further to the previous communication of 10 March with regard to the epidemiological situation in Poland and yesterday‘s decisions of the State authorities provided during a conference by the Prime Minister, the Minister of Health and the Minister of Science and Higher Education, and out of concern for health and safety for Collegium Civitas students and employees, the Rector in consultation with the Rector‘s Team hereby introduces a series of measures. Please, read the full text of the Communique for Students.

Suspension of classes at Collegium Civitas

In regard to the incoming information related with the COVID 19 outbreak and for your safety a decision has been made at Collegium Civitas to suspend all classes, lectures and open events starting on Wednesday, March 11 till March 25.

Announcement concerning health risk prevention

Due to the epidemic of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus the World Health Organisation has declared a global public health emergency. The College of Rectors of Collegium Civitas has made a decision to suspend until further notice all travel of its staff and students to the countries indicated in the communication of the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate. Students who have visited within the last 14 days one of the following countries: China, Iran, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Vietnam and Italy are advised to stay home for 14 days from the date of their return. Any absence in class due to the travel will be excused (based on the travel documentation).