All epidemiological measures introduced at the University of Public Service (hereinafter referred to as the University) in connection with the COVID-19 epidemic are hereby terminated.
In this context, the present measures highlight, by way of example, the following.
1. Lifting of security measures
1.1. wearing a mask
The wearing of masks covering the nose and mouth is no longer mandatory in closed areas of University campuses.
1.2. keeping distance
Regulations on recommended protective distance will be abolished on the University campuses and restrictions on the maximum people in elevators of the University campuses will also be lifted.
2. Provisions related to education and employment
Education and working at the University shall take place exclusively in the form of personal attendance.
3. Provisions concerning Proof of Immunity
[Pursuant to Government Decree No 77/2022 (03.04.)] as of March 7, 2022, it is no longer mandatory for the employees and staff of the University and Campus XXI. Ltd. to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to provide proof of vaccination.
It is also possible to establish employment status at the University and Campus XXI. Ltd. in the absence of vaccination.
4. Measures Related to Events
The use of a protective mask is no longer mandatory at events held on University premises and events can be attended by anyone without an immunity certificate.
All restrictions on the number of persons attending events on University premises will be lifted.
With the issuance of these measures, the ” Epidemiological Protocol for events” issued on February 11, 2022 will be repealed.
5. Notification requirement
The person concerned is obliged to make a notification using the form available on the University’s website (https://digioktatas.uni-nke.hu/) in case
- he/she has symptoms characteristic of the COVID-19 infection (dry cough, fever, heavy breathing, sudden loss of sense of smell, absence of taste or disturbance of taste) and he/she has been in close contact with a person infected by COVID-19 in the days before the onset of the symptoms; and reported these symptoms to his/her general practitioner,
- the general practitioner has diagnosed COVID-19 infection or
- his/her infection was confirmed by a clinical test (antigen test or PCR test).
6. Entry into force
These measures shall enter into force on March 7, 2022.
Upon the entry into force of these measures, the Epidemiological Measures issued by the Rector of the University on February 11, 2022 will be repealed.