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Dear students,

According to the recommendations of the Rector of the University of Ljubljana (https://www.uni-lj.si/v_ospredju/2020101310051191/), all teaching activities at the Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering will go online from 19. 10. further, according to the existing timetables.

According to a decree of the Government of RS on extended measures due to the Covid-19 epidemics, all forms of teaching activities will remain fully online at least until November 27th, 2020 (updated on November 13th)

As soon as possible, the forms of direct teaching activities (laboratory and field tutorials) that cannot be carried out online in sufficient quality, will be implemented according to an adapted timetable in another period of this academic year. Students will be duly informed about this implementation.

We are sending you attached the procedures in case of symptoms or infection with COVID-19. In case of infection, the Faculty must be informed to the e-mail referat@fgg.uni-lj.si.

Best regards,
UL FGG Office of Study Affairs

Procedure in case of infection

In case of present symptoms of COVID-19 infection, the student stays at home and follows the recommendations of the National Institute for Public Health (NIJZ): Contact your chosen doctor by phone or e-mail. Since foreign exchange / full-time students in Slovenia do not have their own personal doctors, the first contact for them is the Student Health Center of the University of Ljubljana or emergency medical assistance 112. The doctor will refer you for testing and issue further instructions.

In accordance with the new priority protocol adopted on 8 October 2020, the NIJZ is still dealing with all persons with a confirmed infection through an epidemiological inquiry, but will no longer seek contacts of confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 infection in student dormitories and higher education institutions. All students are therefore encouraged to inform the persons they have been in contact with in the last two days before the onset of symptoms that they have been in contact with a person positive for SARS-CoV-2 as soon as they become aware of their infection, and to provide them with Instructions for persons exposed to a new coronavirus infection.