Coronavirus (COVID-19)

 

Informations et recommendations

The UNamur recommends remote working until 16 August.  No on-site events during the first quarter, in order to maximize our student hosting capacity.

Check the latest version of the good practices guide.

You can use coronavirus@unamur.be to ask all your questions of if you need more information

See former information and recommendations…

Voir les informations et recommandations antérieures...

News headlines

07/06/2020 | UNamur researchers against le Covid-19
04/05/2020 | Professors and researchers model the expansion of the coronavirus in Belgium and project scenarios for tomorrow
15/04/2020 | Preparing a responsible crisis exit strategy: Jean-Philippe Platteau publishes an article in Nature Medicine with other researchers
30/03/2020 | Support research against Covid-19
17/03/2020 | Coronavirus, the UNamur supports the country with another diagnosis method in collaboration with the KUL

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)

Support research

Help our researchers overcome Covid-19!

More info here...

FAQs

FAQs related to the UNamur activities


COVID-19 FAQs in Belgium

What they say about us...

Press articles, videos and reactions on social networks...

Learn more here!

contact points

Validation of the presence on the UNamur premises

Remote teaching

Access to computers and remote resources

In case of illness

 

Any other question about COVID-19? coronavirus@unamur.be

In practice

Elementary precautions

  • Regularly wash your hands with soap
  • Cough or sneeze in the crook of you elbow
  • Avoid contact with persons presenting respiratory symptoms
  • Wear a mask if you are sick

If you suspect an infection, it is important to call a doctor.  Do not go to a waiting room or a hospital.

If you have questions, you can contact or the UNamur prevention service: direction.sippt@unamur.be.

If you have a doubt about your situation, please contact the SPF Public health toll-free number 0800/14.689

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