Regarding the war in Ukraine
Uppsala University endorses the Swedish Government’s firm condemnation of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. More information on the University's central page.
Concerns about the global situation
On Krisinformation.se, you can find information from the Swedish authorities about the current situation and advice on how to manage concerns. Concerns about the global situation on Krisinformation.se.
Support for students and employees
According to our information – and as far as we know – no students or members of staff from Uppsala University are in Ukraine at the present time. However, we do have students and members of staff from Ukraine.
Support for students
The Student Health Service can offer counselling to students.
The University Chaplaincy offers support and comfort to all University employees and students, whatever their religion or belief.
Support for employees
The occupational health service can offer professional support to University employees experiencing stress and anxiety in connection with these events:
Questions & answers from Region Gotland
Information on coronavirus
From 1st April onwards, COVID-19 will no longer be classified as a generally dangerous illness or a danger to society, the Swedish Public Health Agency has stated.
- However, you should still stay at home if you have symptoms (for example sore throat, runny/blocked nose, fever, cough).
- Not being vaccinated increases the risk of serious illness from COVID-19. To avoid becoming infected, people who are unvaccinated should be extra careful and avoid crowded indoor environments.
- Those that are able should follow the Public Health Agency recommendation to get vaccinated.
Vaccination against COVID-19 on Gotland
If you live on Gotland but are not registered here, you can book a vaccination appointment by phone.
- More information on the vaccination process on Gotland on Region Gotland webpage (page translated by Google).
- Information on drop-in vaccination by Region Gotland (page translated by Google)