Coronavirus (COVID-19)


ADAPTED MODALITIES - Switch to orange code from 19 October 2020

Given the evolution of the epidemic, the options taken by the higher education actors and the coordination committee enforce new measures to insure everybody’s security within our University.

Teaching activities

From Monday 19 October, student attendance on campus is reduced to 20% maximum.  Each faculty will apply the appropriate measures according to their specificities and possibilities, and will inform their students.

Remote working

Remote working becomes the rule for staff members, when it is possible.  However, service to students and research activities must carry on.  Modalities and sanitary precautions must be adapted to enable us to carry out our missions. Each service will adapt accordingly to ensure uninterrupted service. 

Extra-academic activities

All extra-academic activities are suspended.  This includes activities in the circles, the project residences and the events organized on the campus.  The BUMP will however stay open.


On the campus

  • Wearing a mask is compulsory for displacements on the campus, in shared spaces and when distance cannot be kept
  • Disinfecting gel available at each building entrance, in the services, labs and faculties

Each staff member and each student will receive a “Covid-pack” including a mask, disinfecting spray, reusable wipes and a re-sealable bag.

Check the latest version of the UNamur good practices guide.

You can use to ask all your questions of if you need more information


Coming back / arriving from abroad

Read about the current measures in Belgium on the federal website:

Mandatory for all: You must fill in the "Public health passenger locator form" without the 48 hours you return/come to Belgium.

Travelling out

Rules may be different in each country. Check the rules on

Our experts have the floor

Covid-19, lockdown, epidemic, pandemic, chloroquine, ecology, healthcare, remote working… The non-exhaustive list of subjects around the coronavirus crisis floods the social networks as well as the Belgian and international media.  With the UNamur experts, we invite you to take another look and tackle these issues in an original way. (Articles in French)

What they say about us...

Check our press review linked to the Covid-19 crisis (in French, except headlines here above)

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More information

COVID-19 FAQs in Belgium

SPF Public Health website

SPF Foreign Affairs website

WHO website

Statut UNamur - Code orange

From 19 October 2020