Preventing the spread of Covid-19 depends on our behaviour!

  • If your temperature is over 37,5°C: you must stay at home!
  • If you have respiratory symptoms (cold, cough, etc.): you must stay at home!
  • If you live with someone who has flu symptoms (fever, cold, cough, etc.): you must stay at home!
  • If you have had any contact in the last 14 days with people positive for the virus: you must stay at home!

If the above cases do not occur and you need to access UniCamillus spaces, please follow carefully the prevention and protection measures below:

  • disinfect your hands at the entrance check-in;
  • always wear the mask;
  • limite your stay inUniCamillus classrooms and spaces to the time strictly necessary for carrying out the didactic activities;
  • avoid closed and prolonged contacts with other people during the activities, keep a distance of at least 1 meter, avoid hugs, handshakes and physical contacts with every person;
  • avoid touching youreyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands;
  • always cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or use the inside of your elbow when you cough or sneeze, avoiding touching respiratory secretions with your hands;
  • throw used tissue in the trash and immediately wash your hands;
  • avoid using bottles and glasses used by other people;
  • clean and disinfect frequently your hands using the dispensers of alcohol-based solutions availableatUniCamillus;
  • alert immedialtely the UniCamillus staff should any respiratory or flu symptoms arise during your stay at UniCamillus, keep the distance from those present while the necessary coordination with the health authority takes place;
  • always follow the arragngement in the classrooms of the seats placed at a minimal distance of 1 meter and use the same seat during the day;
  • follow the entrance and exit paths indicated in the floor plans;
  • do not use the lift except in cases of actual need due to impaired mobility;
  • follow the measures for the Covid-19 prevention and control of the public authorities and those published on the University website;
  • use, where possible, the Immuni App

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