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CTU coronavirus information

Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic

 

Current Situation

Covid Praha 3 en            Covid Decin 2 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
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Mobil: +420 724 176 314
Jana Rückerová
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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:
Zuzana Hnátová
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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 Praha 3 en            Covid Decin 2 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:
Zuzana Hnátová
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

 

 0 
  • A requirement to wear a mask in the corridors of the university buildings.

  • A requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to a university building.

  • There are no limitations on face-to-face instruction, or the number of students present in places of instruction is in accordance with the current instructions of the public health office that are valid for the given level of alertness and for the given region of the country. In cases where the number of students registered for a course (for a lecture, for an exercise, etc.) is greater than the permitted number of persons for enclosed spaces, instruction passes over into online form, with a preference for synchronic instruction 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 and the responsible person for the course, including details about non-contact 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.

  • In cases where students during instruction will be seated in such a way that there are not at least two free seats between them, or in such a way that the distance between them is less than 1.5 metres, where the distance cannot be calculated in terms of seats, they are required to ask their neighbours to provide an e-mail address and to keep this information for a period of 14 days for the purposes of subsequent tracing by the public health office at the moment when there is an infection.

  • Dining facilities and all physical education facilities are accessible, also for members of the public.

  • The CTU Central Library – is in unlimited operation, or takes into account the measures valid for the National Technical Library building and the current measures of the deans of the faculties.

  • Instruction in lifelong learning (LLL) courses, including the University of the Third Age (U3A), can be given in face-to-face form, though for U3A it is recommended to pass over to a non-contact form, especially for cases where instruction takes place in enclosed spaces of the university.
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          The measures are as for Degree 0, plus:

  • A requirement to wear a mask in all enclosed communal spaces of the university (in all places of instruction, corridors). A requirement for students also to wear a mask during classes.

  • 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, also 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.

  • Physical education facilities and sports fields are closed to the public.

  • 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.

  • Activities of academic organs involving many participants are recommended to take place in contact form only when distancing of at least 1.5 metres can be ensured.

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

  • Contact instruction in the Univeristy of the Third Age will be replaced to the greatest extent possible by non-contact instruction, (i.e. with the use of online instruction and with electronic means of distance communication. Exceptions are made for courses that are not delivered in enclosed CTU classrooms and spaces (e.g. Walks in Prague).

  • Large-scale events, including academic ceremonies, are limited in accordance with the valid legislation, with the requirement to wear a mask, 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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  • The priority is to enable contact instruction to take place, especially in cases where instruction can least satisfactorily be replaced by non-contact forms of instruction (laboratory exercises, studios, internships, instruction in the field, clinical instruction, etc.) The elements of CTU are required to take all necessary steps to ensure that this instruction can take place even when limitations are imposed by legislation, when the number of students for this instruction exceeds the permitted numbers of students (e.g. by dividing up groups, by obtaining larger spaces, etc.).

  • To ensure maximum protection for the health of students and employees, it is recommended that all theoretical instruction should pass over into a non-contact form. Decisions for individual study programmes, or for individual courses, are left to the leadership of the given constituent part of CTU, in collaboration with the responsible person for the study programme/field of study, or for the course. It is preferable to keep to the timetable valid for contact teaching. If, for some programmes/courses a decision is taken to use contact instruction, then in the event of a change of any kind (e.g. if an instructor for whom there is no replacement goes into quarantine) the instruction passes into a non-contact form. The responsible person, or a teacher put in charge of the course by him/her, is required without delay to inform all registered students, the vice-dean for education and the responsible person for the study programme/field of study by an e-mail sent from IS KOS, including details concerning non-contact delivery of the course.

  • It is recommended not to allow large-scale events, including academic ceremonies. Note that the holding of events is regulated by the level of alertness valid for the place in which the event is to take place (not by the place where the headquarters of the constituent part of CTU is located). If an constituent part of CTU decides that such events will nevertheless be held, the requirement to wear a mask is valid for all participants; the maximum number of participants is based on the valid legislation.

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

  • Meetings of academic organs with more than 10 members will take place at a distance, or in a hybrid form. An online simultaneous transmission will be provided for members who will not participate face-to-face.

  • Employees belonging to at-risk groups (persons who are pregnant, ill, more than 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.

  • The dining facilities are accessible to the public, unless the relevant public health office decides otherwise. 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. There is a possibility to limit the access of members of the public, or to limit the operations (by dividing the employees of the canteens into two halves, so that they do not come into contact with each other, by limiting the maximum numbers of diners in the canteen, by reducing the table capacity, by limiting the number of meals that are on offer, etc.).

  • It is recommended not to organize collective sports in enclosed spaces. Changing rooms and showers at the sports facilities will not be accessible. It is recommended that any sports activities should be carried out on outdoor sports facilities.

  • The library is accessible while ensuring maximum protection for staff and students. Instructions and measures of the National Technical Library and the deans of the faculties are complied with. The CTU study room in the National Technical Library building will be in operation on a self-service basis only.
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  • The university buildings in a given locality are closed down for students in bachelor and master’s study programmes and for the public.

  • Instruction passes over entirely into non-contact form.

  • It is recommended for university employees to pass over to home office; it is recommended that only employees carrying out essential operations enter the buildings.

  • The physical education facilities and sports facilities are entirely closed down.

  • If the university buildings in a given locality are closed for students and for the public, the dining facilities in these buildings will not be accessible for diners. Other state dining facilities are open for CTU diners and for the public, unless the relevant public health office decides otherwise (possibly due to limited access for the public, or due to some restrictions or due to closing down of operations). There is a requirement to wear a mask in the spaces of the dining facilities, except when eating and drinking. There is a requirement to disinfect the hands at the entrance to the dining facilities and to maintain distancing.

  • 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.

  • The library operates on a limited basis, providing only loan services. There is raised emphasis on publicizing and raising knowledge about access to the e-fund and to the e-services of the library. Online reference and consultation services are provided, there are non-contact seminars and instruction. The study rooms are closed.
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