Coronavirus - More New Information
NEW UPDATE - the corona-virus
In continuation of the information from the Danish Government we have – so far – decided to implement the following in order to limit the risk of infection:
It is very important that we all take care of each other.
Therefore, please make sure to inform us here at the office if you are tested and the answer is positive.
This way we are able to take necessary precautions at your dorm.
The office is open for personal service - and opening hours to be found at our homepage. We are also still available per email or phone. Be aware that max. 2 persons/guests can enter the office at a time.
The work of the janitors will be reduced. Only very important tasks will be done. The janitors can be contacted per email or phone. When you meet the janitor, please still respect a safety distance of min. 2 meters.
The cleaning of the dorms will be reduced. Reduced cleaning of hallways and other common areas. All door handles will be cleaned on a daily basis. Common kitchens will be cleaned more often. When you meet the cleaning ladies, please respect a safety distance of min. 2 meters.
Are available to be rented by students - and students only.
All fitness rooms have re-opened from Thursday June 11, 2020. Max. 2 persons in the room at a time - and remember to wash of surfaces and equipment with spirits provided.
Party Rooms NEW
All party rooms will re-open - and only student living at the dorm can rent a party room at their own dorm. Please contact the person in charge (from the residents' board).
The laundry rooms are still open, and we urge that only 1 person is present in the laundry room at a time.
The residents’ meeting on March 24, 2020 is CANCELLED.
Inspections - Moving In/Moving Out
Inspections as regards moving in or moving out will be conducted. We might reschedule. Please respect a safety distance of min. 2 meters.
The Danish Health Authority recommends everyone to follow this advice
1. Wash your hands frequently with soap and water, hand rubbing alcohol works as well.
2. Sneeze and cough into the sleeve, not hands.
3. Avoid handshakes, kisses on the cheeks or hugs
4. Keep a distance to other people
Please make sure that you all do your utmost to limit the risk of infection.
Never let any strangers into the dormitories.
We will keep you updated at our homepage/”news”.
Should you have any questions regarding the situation, please call or email us