Recommendation of the Rector of BUT due to the spread of coronavirus
Updated on 6th September 2021
Decision no. 16/2021
Updated on 6th September: Novel Coronavirus information and recommendations for foreign students
Updated on 9th July 2021
Decision no. 15/2021
Annex no. 1 to Decision no. 15/2021
- Since 9 July, the Ministry of Health has strongly recommended that citizens of the Czech Republic and foreigners residing in the Czech Republic do not enter countries with an extreme risk of infection.
Information for testing BUT students and employees
- BUT students are required to inform the Study Department of the faculty or university they study of the trips exceeding 12 hours, or 24 hours in the case of neighboring countries, to countries with a low, medium, high, very high and extreme risk of infection of COVID. -19. This obligation does not apply to students who do not attend classes or examinations during the period of effect of this Decision. Students accommodated at BUT Halls of Residence are obliged to inform Halls of Residence and Canteens at email@example.com about the trips exceeding 12 hours, or 24 hours, in the case of neighboring countries, to countries with low, medium, high, very high and extreme risk of infection .
- The same obligations apply similarly to BUT employees. Employees to whom these duties apply inform their superior about their fulfillment, or, according to the decision, the management of the BUT department where they work, the relevant personnel department. Employees are obliged to upload the prescribed confirmations and / or certificates to the COVID module in the BUT Intraportal, in which the results of testing employees for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus or SARS-CoV-2 virus antigen are registered.
- BUT students and employees are not obliged to take tests from July 1, however, as of July 9, the Ministry of Health has newly stipulated the obligation to document the test upon arrival of a student or employee from abroad. This does not apply to students who do not attend classes or exams. Furthermore, this does not apply to students or staff who are vaccinated and have a valid certificate (newly 14 days after complete vaccination - the second dose of two-dose vaccination, or 14 days after administration of a single-dose vaccine), or who have suffered covid-19 within a specified period of 180 days.
Archive of notes issued in past
Responsibility: Mgr. Radana Koudelová