COVID info


UCLouvain is currently operating under orange code : see the measures in force.

Last update: 20 October 2020

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19 October: switch to orange code, teleworking for the appropriate functions and night-time lockdown between midnight and 5am. | If you are a confirmed carrier of the coronavirus, report it promptly via this form for students and to your supervisor for staff members.

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Measures at a glance

Teleworking is the rule for the functions that lend themselves to it and with respect for the continuity of the university's Code Orange missions. The cafeterias and conviviality rooms are accessible with a distance of 1.50 metres between people and with no more than 4 people in the room.
In addition to wearing the mask, applying a hydro-alcoholic solution to the hands and using hand pads, auditoriums can be occupied for a maximum of 3 hours continuously and according to the orange marking (or yellow for BAC 1 courses).

For practical work rooms equipped with specific equipment (laboratories, for example), full capacity is authorised.

Working meetings are allowed but it is highly recommended that they be organised in remote or comodal mode. The maximum number of people allowed for a scientific or professional event is 40 indoors (unless a protocol for a sector or activity derogates from this) and 400 outdoors. Drinks, receptions and other catering activities are suspended.
Libraries and Learning centers are accessible subject to compliance with the health measures in force.
Extracurricular student activities are suspended.
Business or study trips abroad are permitted with certain restrictions. International students and visitors are welcome, subject to the health measures in force.

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