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Sanitary instructions and exemption certificate

Find the latest sanitary instructions and exemption certificates below

Sanitary instructions

The 4M rule applies on all UA campuses:

For all students and staff that are coming to the university to study or work, these simple sanitary instructions are still applied:

  • Mains (hands): Wash your hands with soap regularly and disinfect your hands with the hydroalcoholic gel dispensers at the entrances and exists of each building.
  • Matériel (material): Use your own material (pens, computer, etc.) as far as possible and disinfect all shared materials before and after use.
  • Mètre (distance): Keep a distance of 1 metre or 1 seat at all times.
  • Masque (face mask): Wear a face mask at all times both inside and outside on university grounds. All students must bring their own face masks. 

If classes resume

  • The number of students allowed on the campuses is very limited.
  • The classrooms and buildings will be cleaned and disinfected regularly (toilets, stair railings, strategic contact points).
  • The buildings will be ventilated as often as possible.
  • Students have been recruted and have received training to supervise the compliance with the social distancing rule on campus. They will be mobilized for exams.

Get the App: TousAntiCovid

We recommend that you download the TousAntiCovid app, which allows you to fill out certificates directly on your phone, receive the latest official Covid updates and inform you of any high risk contact you might have had.

Exemption Certificate during curfew(Attestation de déplacement)

Download the official English version of the Exemption Certificate online here.

Exposure to Covid-19

If you:

  • have clinical symptoms (fever, cough, head ache, sudden loss of smell or taste...).
  • have been in contact with a person who has been tested positive.
  • live with a person who has been tested positive.

You should:

  • Isolate yourself
  • Inform the administration at your faculty (scolarité) or your superior (for staff)
  • Get tested at a registered testing lab.