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COVID-19 measures to extend until the end of week 15

COVID-19 measures to extend until the end of week 15

Illustration photo: INN University 

The current coronavirus measures at INN University will be extended until Sunday 18 April.

The reason for the extension is that the government recently extended the duration of the national measures from Monday 12 to Wednesday 14 April.

“We have decided to apply our measures until the end of week 15 to create predictability and ensure us enough time to assess how we will follow up any changes from the government in the middle of next week,” says Marit Torgersen, emergency preparedness manager at INN University.

See overview of the relevant coronavirus measures at INN University (

Large scope digital teaching

Since before Christmas, much of the teaching at the institution has taken place digitally. Although INN University has not yet concluded how teaching will be carried out for the remainder of the semester, it is likely that much of the teaching will be digital going forward as well.

Teaching activities that cannot be digitised are prioritised in terms of physical attendance at the campuses.

Students will receive further information from their faculties about what applies to them.

See also:

Further COVID-19 measures following national tightening (news article on from 24 March 2021).

Tightening of coronavirus measures until after Easter (news article on from 19 March 2021).