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Information from Graz University of Technology on dealing with COVID-2019 (“coronavirus”)

03/15/2020 | TU Graz news | University

By Medienservice

In accordance with the requirements of the federal government, no in-person courses are currently taking place at TU Graz, and employees are working from home or are on leave of absence. All buildings are closed to the public.

Due to current developments concerning the spread of the coronavirus, TU Graz has decided to temporarily suspend all classroom teaching, exercises, laboratory tutorials and courses of Life Long Learning from 11 March until 19 April. We will switch from classroom teaching to virtual teaching as far as possible.
During the period mentioned, the buildings of TU Graz cannot be used as a venue for events. All events that are planned at TU Graz until April 19 are cancelled. The learning centres and learning areas will be closed by TU Graz. Attention: The libraries will also be closed to the public from 14 March.

TU Graz employees are currently working from home or are on leave of absence. The buildings at all three campus locations are closed to the public.

These steps are intended to prevent people who have become unknowingly infected with the pathogen – and who do not (yet) show any symptoms – from infecting other people.

Via the official website www.tugraz.at/go/coronavirus you can keep up to date on current developments at TU Graz. Within this website you will also find further links to the FAQs for staff and students.


If you have symptoms or are afraid that you are ill, please stay at home and dial the official health number 1450. 

For general information about coronavirus transmission, symptoms and prevention, phone Info-line Coronavirus (AGES): 0800 555 621.


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