Coronavirus guidelines at LUT University

Our campuses will be open to everyone from Monday to Friday between 7:00 and 16:00 as of 1 November 2021. In addition, students and staff members will be able to access campus facilities with their electronic access control keys around the clock and on weekends and national holidays.

The use of teaching and recreational facilities and offices will return to normal. We still recommend social distancing in all facilities whenever possible.

The recommendation to swipe your access control key every time you enter campus buildings will no longer apply. Records of visitors no longer need to be kept. This applies to all events on our campuses and regional units.

Mask recommendations may vary from campus to campus due to regional epidemic differences. See more detailed mask recommendations on a "mask recommendation" page.

The campus will remain a safe place to study and work if we all play by the same rules and act responsibly: do not come to our campuses if you are at all sick, keep a safe distance to other people, wash your hands frequently, and cough into your elbow.

Those who come to our campuses and regional units from abroad will follow Finland's national border traffic guidelines. 

Further instructions

Latest coronavirus news

Coronavirus update, LAB and LUT staff and students, 21 October 2021

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Coronavirus update, LAB and LUT students and staff, 4 October 2021

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