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Out of concern for the health of the entire academic community, the Rector of the University of Business in Wrocław extends the online classes until the end of the 2019/2020 summer semester
Check Rector's Order No. 48
By the end of the 2019/2020 summer semester, all collective events as well as academic exchanges and business trips to other countries are also canceled. This is a difficult time that requires joint effort and extraordinary action. Below is the necessary information and tips.
The procedure for organizing classes at the University for students of the last semester of postgraduate and MBA studies during the COVID-19 pandemic at the University of Business in Wrocław
Check Rector's order No. 55
A special e-mail address for matters related to the epidemiological safety of the University
At firstname.lastname@example.org, you can contact the university authorities in matters related to the epidemiological safety of the university in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus on the premises of the university.
The state of the epidemic in Poland
From April 16, the obligation to cover the mouth and nose comes into force. Everyone in a public place must wear a mask, scarf or handkerchief. Meanwhile, we are entering the second stage of lifting the restrictions related to COVID-19. After the May weekend, shopping centers will open, DIY stores will be open on weekends, and hotels will resume operations.
From May 4, 2020:
Shopping centers and large-format stores open, but with a limit of people and without eating
Hotels and accommodation will start, but without swimming pools and gyms
Hardware stores open at weekends
Libraries and museums open
Medical rehabilitation allowed
the activities of hairdressing, beauty and tattoo salons are suspended;
all customers must shop in disposable gloves;
from 10:00 to 12:00, shops, pharmacies and service points can only be accepted and served by people over 65;
persons who are quarantined will be completely isolated for two weeks, also from their family.
Remember, by staying at home you save the lives of others.
#stay at home
Earlier, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the following restrictions were introduced in Poland:
The borders with the EU have been restored and Poland is closed to most foreigners. International transport does not work: planes and trains. You can enter Poland only through designated border crossings by car or bus.
Foreigners can return to Poland who:
are children or spouses of Polish citizens,
have a Pole's Card,
have the right of permanent or temporary residence in the territory of the Republic of Poland or a work permit.
The bans come into force for 10 days and may be extended for 20 and then for 30 days. All persons who return to Poland will be quarantined for 14 days.
On the night from Friday to Saturday, the operation of shopping malls becomes restricted (only grocery stores, pharmacies and laundries will be open). Clubs, pubs and restaurants are closed for 14 days, with the possibility of extension. However, restaurants can deliver food. Grocery stores, pharmacies, banks and a post office will remain open.
There is a ban on gatherings of more than 50 people.
Changing the hours of university operation
The university is open until further notice from 9.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday, and is closed on weekends (Read more)
Exchange students under the ERASMUS + program
If you are currently on an academic exchange under the ERASMUS + program, due to the situation related to the coronavirus epidemic, you can interrupt your trip and return to the country (Read more)
Appeal of the Chief Sanitary Inspector
The Chief Sanitary Inspector calls for the time free from classes not to be a pretext to intensify social contacts. This is the time for smart health choices. We are all responsible for our health and that of our loved ones. Let's behave responsibly.
Student ID cards valid until May 31, 2020
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education has decided to extend the validity period of the card from March 31, 2020 to May 31, 2020.
Suspension of traditional classes
Due to the increase in the number of people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus and concern for the university community, the Rector of the University of Business in Wrocław decided that by May 12, 2020, classes for students and students in the traditional formula will be canceled and replaced with a formula based on teaching remote. Read more
The number of people infected with the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in Europe is growing. The threat should not be underestimated, but also should not panic. Information on how to proceed in the event of a suspected coronavirus infection can be obtained around the clock by calling 800 190 590. We also recommend checking the messages at https://www.gov.pl/web/koronawirus
We remind you that the most effective protection against falling ill is to follow the rules of hygiene and avoid sick people.
What can you do to prevent infection?
The World Health Organization (WHO) reminds you of the recommendations that can help reduce the risk of infection.
Avoid contact with people who are coughing and have a fever.
Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
Use disposable tissues when you sneeze or cough. After use, throw away the tissue and wash your hands thoroughly.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
If you get sick with fever, see a doctor, and if you have been abroad, let him know.
Stay away from markets with live animals or unprocessed meat.
Do not eat raw meat, dairy, or products of unknown origin.
As foreign students may come from areas affected by the epidemic, the authorities of the University of Business in Wrocław decided to take special precautions. The safety of the entire university community is most important to us.
We asked students coming from countries with the virus to report to the university only 2 weeks after arriving in Poland, if they had no symptoms.
We sent students information on precautions they should take to reduce the risk of the disease.
Stickers with instructions for effective hand washing and disinfectants will appear in the toilets.
Employees receive a computer keyboard cleaner at the reception. Everyone does it on their own.
We have introduced the disinfection of door handles, handrails and elevator buttons on the University premises.
The 2019-nCoV coronavirus has an incubation period of 2 to 14 days. The route of infection is droplet or contact.
Recommendations of the Minister of Science and Higher Education in connection with the coronavirus
After the meeting of the Team for the coordination of activities in the higher education and science system in connection with the threat of COVID-19, which took place on March 4, 2020, the Minister of Science and Higher Education issued recommendations for Rectors of universities. One of them is: stopping the trips of Polish students, doctoral students, academic teachers and research workers to areas at risk of SARS-Cov-2 coronavirus, as well as stopping students, doctoral students, academic teachers and researchers from these areas from coming to Poland.
What are the initial symptoms of 2019-nCoV coronavirus infection?
pain in muscles, joints and head
digestive system symptoms (nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea) are less frequent.
Full-blown disease syndrome
Where can I track information on the 2019-nCoV coronavirus?
We advise you to follow information from official sources and reliable portals:
If you want to know how the virus is spreading at any given moment, check out this interactive map:
Due to the spread of the 2019-nCoV coronavirus, the World Health Organization has announced a global public health emergency.
The authorities of the University of Business in Wrocław follow the developments and the recommendations of the relevant services in the event of the need to take further action.