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Coronavirus

Tomas Bata University in Zlín is closely monitoring the situation regarding the spread of the COVID-19 disease. TBU regularly discusses the current situation with relevant authorities and follows the recommendations.

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TBU Students

There are currently no restrictions and measures adopted at TBU in connection with the outbreak of the COVID-19 disease.

TBU Employees and TBU External Employees

There are currently no restrictions and measures adopted at TBU in connection with the outbreak of the COVID-19 disease.

Mobility Periods and Business Travels

TBU students are permitted to participate in mobility periods abroad only on condition that the outgoing TBU students comply with all measures currently in force which have been imposed by the competent public sector administration authorities in the Czech Republic and abroad.

Arrivals of new international students to TBU are permitted on condition that the incoming students comply with all measures currently in force which have been imposed by the competent public sector administration authorities in the Czech Republic and abroad.

List of countries according to the infection risk (external link – Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic)

Halls of Residence and Refectory

The operation of the TBU Halls of Residence and Refectory shall adhere to the terms specified in the relevant extraordinary measure issued by the Ministry of Health of the CR and in the relevant Decree issued by the Director of HRR.

Important Documents

General Recommendations

The Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic has issued the following basic guidelines, which are almost identical with those set by the World Health Organization (WHO) as well as by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States.

  • Avoid close contact with people who are obviously sick.
  • Use a disinfectant if you come into contact with people who suffer from acute respiratory infections.
  • Avoid crowded areas.
  • Individuals suffering from respiratory illnesses should observe the rules of respiratory hygiene – i.e. when coughing and sneezing, properly use (ideally single-purpose) tissues, when coughing and sneezing, cover your mouth with your arm or with your sleeve, not just with your hand (the droplet infection may spread to another person).
  • Health professionals should protect themselves particularly well as they come into contact with patients most frequently.

What you should know about coronavirus? (english subtitles included)

Faculties and departments

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