Two additional students at Lillehammer campus have been infected by Covid-19. The total number of infected students is now four.
The two new students who are infected are close contacts to one of the previously infected students. They have already been quarantined since Thursday. The municipality's health service follows up the students.
INN University assists in the municipality's infection tracing work. The infection has occurred in a limited group of students. There is a good overview of the students' close contacts and movement patterns at the campus. Sixteen students, close contacts of the infected students, have been quarantined.
INN University crisis staff assesses the situation on an ongoing basis in close collaboration with the municipal chief physician. The scope of the teaching activities is already adapted to the one-meter rule and stricter routines for hygiene and cleaning. Please note that all planned activity at Lillehammer campus will proceed.
It is important that everyone takes responsibility and follows the infection control measures that apply: If you have symptoms or get sick you must stay at home and get tested. All others must make sure to keep their distance (the one-meter rule) and ensure good hygiene.