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CTU coronavirus information

Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

 

Current Situation

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I feel symptoms of COVID-19, what should I do?

If you show symptoms of respiratory illness (shortness of breath, cough, fever), stay at home and call your doctor and/or Prague Hygiene Station.

Registration in the case of positive Covid-19 test:
Ivana Kinkalová
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Mobil: +420 724 176 314
Jana Rückerová
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Mobil: +420 739 033 827
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Provide your name, mobile phone number, e-mail address, date of confirmation of the positive test.

At the same time, it is necessary to contact the Personnel Department of the faculty:
Jitka Šebková
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Tel.: +420 224 358 272

Provide your name, mobile phone number, e-mail address, date of confirmation of the positive test.
Also prepare the list of people at CTU that you have been in personal contact with in the past 14 days.
Then follow the instructions published at the CTU web site and instructions from you doctor/specialist from Prague Hygiene  Station.

I was in contact with Covid-19 positive person - what should I do? (in Czech)

 

 

 

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CTU coronavirus information

Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

 

Current Situation

Covid Decin pes 5 en            Covid Decin pes 5 en    

 

I feel symptoms of COVID-19, what should I do?

If you show symptoms of respiratory illness (shortness of breath, cough, fever), stay at home and call your doctor and/or Prague Hygiene Station.

Registration in the case of positive Covid-19 test:
Ivana Kinkalová
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mobil: +420 724 176 314
Jana Rückerová
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mobil: +420 739 033 827
or use the email address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Provide your name, mobile phone number, e-mail address, date of confirmation of the positive test.

At the same time, it is necessary to contact the Personnel Department of the faculty:
Jitka Šebková
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Tel.: +420 224 358 272

Provide your name, mobile phone number, e-mail address, date of confirmation of the positive test.
Also prepare the list of people at CTU that you have been in personal contact with in the past 14 days.
Then follow the instructions published at the CTU web site and instructions from you doctor/specialist from Prague Hygiene  Station.

I was in contact with Covid-19 positive person - what should I do? (in Czech)

 

 

 

Risk Levels Description



1       Level 1 – State of caution
  • University buildings in the given region are closed to the public. However, individual visits arranged in advance for the number of people as stipulated in the current hygienic restrictions, under the condition that the visitors wear masks and adhere to other hygienic measures, are allowed. Each constituent part of CTU keeps a register of the visitors and the visited persons. It is recommended that the employee receiving the visitors should pick them up and accompany them to the reception. A requirement to wear a mask in all common areas of the university (all instructional spaces and communication spaces).

  • A requirement for students to wear masks also during classes.

  • The maximum number of students present in places of instruction is 100. In cases where the number of students registered for a course (for a lecture, for a practical, etc.) is greater than the permitted number of persons, instruction passes over into distance form, with a preference for keeping to the timetable that is valid for contact instruction. The responsible person for a course, or a teacher of the course delegated by him/her, is required without delay to inform by e-mail all registered students, the vice-dean for education, the responsible person for the course and the head of department, including details about instruction for the course; the situation when an instructor for whom a replacement is not available has been placed in quarantine will be handled in an analogous manner.

  • Examinations can take place in-person, with no restrictions, in compliance with hygienic measures in place.

  • Employees and doctoral students are not required to wear a mask if they are in a separate office; in a shared office, there is no requirement provided that distancing of at least 2 metres is maintained.

  • A requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to university buildings, placement of a disinfectant or disinfectant soap in all places of instruction.

  • Dining facilities are accessible for members of the public. A requirement to wear a mask in the spaces of the dining facilities, except while eating and drinking, a requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to dining facilities, and to maintain distancing. Application of measures for the organization of waiting for meals to be served, serving the meals in accordance with the PES system.

  • A requirement to wear a mask in communal spaces in the student dormitories.

  • Accommodation facilities set aside quarantine spaces; separate spaces for infected persons, separate spaces for students in quarantine.

  • Face-to-face meetings of academic organs involving many participants are not affected provided the maximum number of people is 100 and provided that all health and safety regulations are adhered to.

  • Face-to-face instruction in LLL courses (but not in U3A courses) follows the same rules as for face-to-face instutction in accredited study programmes.

  • Instruction in LLL courses can be carried out only in the form of non-contact instruction.

  • Large-scale events are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 100 people indoors and a maximum of 500 people outdoors, whereby the event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).

  • Cultural events, including academic ceremonies are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 1000 seated viewers indoors and a maximum of 2000 seated viewers outdoors. In case viewers are standing, or some are sitting and some standing, the rules stipulated by the PES system shall apply. The event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).

  • The CTU bookshop is open, the number of people is limited to 4 per 15 m2 and the 2m social distancing rule must be adhered to. Queue management inside and outside.

  • The CTU Central Library’ rules of operation that stipulate organizational and systemic measures. The library is open, with the number of people limited to 4 per 15 m2 of operating area and the 2m social distancing rule in place. Further measures are in line with the regulations in place for the NTK building and current measures announced by deans of faculties.

  • Sports facilities and gyms are open also to the public, provided all hygienic regulations are adhered to and the measures of the Government, responsible ministries and other executive bodies of the Czech Republic in effect are complied with.
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 2       Level 2 – State of alertness

The measures are as for Level 1, plus:

  • Face-to-face instruction – the number of students present in halls of instruction is 50. In cases where the number of students registered for a course (for a lecture, for a practical, etc.) is greater than the permitted number of persons, the classes will be re-organized (for instance, split into groups), or instruction passes over into distance form, with a preference for keeping to the timetable that is valid for contact instruction. The responsible person for a course, or a teacher of the course delegated by him/her, is required without delay to inform by e-mail all registered students, the vice-dean for education, the responsible person for the course and the head of department, including details about instruction for the course; the situation when an instructor for whom a replacement is not available has been placed in quarantine will be handled in an analogous manner.

  • Teachers are required to wear masks during face-to-face classes (with the recommendation to wear FFP2 respirators). In exceptional cases protective shields can be used, provided a minimum distance of 2m between the teacher and the students is maintained.

  • Face-to-face meetings of academic organs involving many participants are not affected provided the maximum number of people is 50 and provided that all health and safety regulations are adhered to.

  • Large-scale events are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 50 people indoors and a maximum of 100 people outdoors, whereby the event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).

  • Cultural events, including academic ceremonies are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 500 seated viewers indoors and a maximum of 1000 seated viewers outdoors. In case viewers are standing, or some are sitting and some standing, the rules stipulated by the PES system shall apply. The event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).

  • The CTU bookshop is open, the number of people is limited per m2 and social distancing rules must be adhered to. Queue management inside and outside.

  • The CTU Central Library’ rules of operation that stipulate organizational and systemic measures. The library is open, the number of people is limited per 15 m2 and social distancing rules are in place. Further measures are in line with the regulations in place for the NTK building and current measures announced by deans of faculties.

  • Sports facilities and gyms are open also to the public, provided all hygienic regulations are adhered to and the measures of the Government, responsible ministries and other executive bodies of the Czech Republic in effect are complied with.

  • The leadership of CTU and the leadership of the constituent parts of CTU will be divided into groups, whereby changeovers and replacements will be ensured. The groups communicate with each other via electronic means.

  • The dining facilities are accessible to the public. There is a requirement to wear a mask on the premises of the dining facilities, except while eating and drinking. There is a requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to the dining facilities and to maintain distancing. A maximum of 6 people at one table. Application of measures for the organization of waiting for meals to be served, serving the meals in accordance with government measures.
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 3       Level 3 – State of emergency

The measures are as for Level 2, plus:

  • Face-to-face instruction (including theoretical classes) of students in the 1st year of bachelor and follow-up master study programmes and of students in all years of doctoral study programmes – the number of students present in halls of instruction is 20. In cases where the number of students registered for a course (for a lecture, for a practical, etc.) is greater than the permitted number of persons, the classes will be re-organized (for instance, split into groups), or instruction passes over into distance form, with a preference for keeping to the timetable that is valid for contact instruction. The responsible person for a course, or a teacher of the course delegated by him/her, is required without delay to inform by e-mail all registered students, the vice-dean for education, the responsible person for the course and the head of department, including details about instruction for the course; the situation when an instructor for whom a replacement is not available has been placed in quarantine will be handled in an analogous manner.

  • Face-to-face practical/laboratory, experimental/artistic instruction for students in all years of study is possible for groups of a maximum of 20 students.

  • One-on-one in-person consultations for students in all types of programmes (subject to prior arrangement with teacher).

  • Clinical instruction, internships and trainee programmes are regulated by rules and regulations in effect at the establishment and place where the instruction takes place.

  • Entrance examinations and state final examinations can take place face-to-face on condition that all government and hygienic measures and restrictions are complied with.

  • Employees belonging to at-risk groups (persons who are pregnant, ill, over 55 years of age, and employees who are not able to limit their contact with a family member with a high risk factor (who suffers from a serious illness, or whose body is weakened by a serious illness, etc.) should be enabled to work from home (home office), or should be allowed to be exchanged in such a way that they are alone in the office during their time at work.

  • Cultural events, including academic ceremonies, are not allowed.

  • The dining facilities are accessible to the public. There is a requirement to wear a mask on the premises of the dining facilities, except while eating and drinking. There is a requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to the dining facilities and to maintain distancing. A maximum of 4 people at one table with maximum 50% occupancy. Application of measures for the organization of waiting for meals to be served, serving the meals in accordance with the PES system.

  • The accommodation facilities function with limited capacity. The accommodation facilties assign quarantine areas with sufficient capacity. There will be separated areas for infected students and for students in quarantine.

  • Cultural events, including academic ceremonies are banned. Events will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).

  • Sports facilities and gyms are open also to the public, provided all hygienic regulations are adhered to and the measures of the Government, responsible ministries and other executive bodies of the Czech Republic in effect are complied with. PE classes are banned with the exception of programmes for which PE classes are part of the study plan.

  • Face-to-face meetings of academic organs involving many participants are not affected provided the maximum number of people is 10 and provided that all health and safety regulations are adhered to.

  • Large-scale events are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 10 people indoors and a maximum of 50 people outdoors, whereby the event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).
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       4       Level 4 – Serious state

The measures are as for Level 3, plus:

  • Face-to-face theoretical instruction of students in all years of study is banned – instruction passes over into distance form, with a preference for keeping to the timetable that is valid for contact instruction. The responsible person for a course, or a teacher of the course delegated by him/her, is required without delay to inform by e-mail all registered students, the vice-dean for education, the responsible person for the course and the head of department, including details about instruction for the course; the situation when an instructor for whom a replacement is not available has been placed in quarantine will be handled in an analogous manner.

  • Face-to-face practical/laboratory, experimental/artistic instruction for students in the last year of study of bachelor and master study programmes is possible for groups of a maximum of 20 students.

  • The CTU bookshop is closed. Study literature can be obtained through e-shop.

  • The CTU Central Library, including the study rooms, is closed. Pre-ordered books can be collected and loans can be returned in a limited scope following an arrangement via e-mail or phone.

  • The dining facilities are closed to the public. There is a requirement to wear a mask on the premises of the dining facilities, except while eating and drinking. There is a requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to the dining facilities and to maintain distancing. A maximum of 4 people at one table with maximum 50% occupancy. Application of measures for the organization of waiting for meals to be served, serving the meals in accordance with the government measures.

  • Face-to-face meetings of academic organs involving many participants are not affected provided the maximum number of people is 6 and provided that all health and safety regulations are adhered to.

  • Large-scale events are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask and provided the event is attended by a maximum of 6 people indoors and outdoors, whereby the event will be held according to the level of alert for the place where the event is taking place (not the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located).
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 5       Level 5 – Critical state

The measures are as for Level 4, plus:

  • All forms of face-to-face instruction are banned – instruction passes over into distance form, with a preference for keeping to the timetable that is valid for contact instruction. The responsible person for a course, or a teacher of the course delegated by him/her, is required without delay to inform by e-mail all registered students, the vice-dean for education, the responsible person for the course and the head of department, including details about instruction for the course; the situation when an instructor for whom a replacement is not available has been placed in quarantine will be handled in an analogous manner.

  • One exception is clinical and practical instruction and trainee programmes for students in health care study programmes and teacher training programmes, which is possible for groups of a maximum of 15 students.

  • PE courses are banned.

  • Face-to-face examinations are possible with a maximum of 10 people present.

  • Face-to-face meetings of academic organs are banned.

  • Large scale events are banned.

  • The CTU Central Library, including the study rooms, is closed. Loans can be returned in a contactless manner (through a bibliobox).
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