Information about the coronavirus 


Due to the ongoing corona pandemic, the University's leadership has a team, lead by the Vice-Chancellor, that decides on urgent issues and plans for different scenarios and measures in the short and long term. SKH respects the recommendation of the Government and the Public Health Agency.

This page was first published on 12 March 2020. Latest Update 29 September 2021

The next step in lifting restrictions

On 29 September, the next step of the Government's plan to remove restrictions was taken. Among other things, the recommendation concerning working from home will be lifted and the restriction of number of participants at public events will be removed.

It remains your responsibility to:

  • Stay at home if you have symptoms and get tested
  • Avoid crowds
  • Maintain good hand hygiene

SKH guidelines for the autumn term remain in place

SKH has a responsibility to ensure that infection control measures are in place even after 29 September.

SKH will continue to follow the advice and recommendations of the Public Health Agency for higher education institutions. SKH's guidelines are based on these throughout the autumn term.

After 29 September, the SKH corona guidelines will still apply. This means that for the remainder of the autumn term we will continue to:

  • Minimize risk of crowding - maintain a distance. Be responsible - avoid meeting in narrow passages. Respect direction systems, one-way stairs etc.
  • Conduct teaching, research or other related activity digitally where it works best.
  • Continue to plan for activities to be conducted in smaller groups ("bubbles") wherever possible and to minimise contact between groups.
  • For on-site public events, submit a risk analysis to the Corona team for approval.
  • Report cases of Covid so that infection control measures can be implemented.

You  find SKH´s Guidelines for the autumn term on this page.


At SKH we care about the safety of our students and personnel. We want to encourage everyone who works or studies with us to get vaccinated against Covid-19 - for the common good.

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As a basis, SKH's buildings are only open to SKH's students and personnel.

Students and personnel enter the buildings using their tag.

As a basis, none of SKH´s premises are rented out during the Autumn term.


The library is open for students and personnel at SKH and staffed according to ordinary opening hours. A limited number of people are welcome at the same time.

For students and personnel at SKH

Students and personnel shall keep themselves updated regularly on the intranet. There you find more detailed information about how SKH acts during the ongoing pandemic and updated guidelines. The information is updated regularly.

Important information for incoming students

Entering Sweden

Keep up to date on the Swedish Police´s website and on the Public Health Agency´s website

Information about visiting Sweden during the pandemic: