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COVID-19 and unibz | Information for students

Gradual relaxation of the health safety requirements starting 1 April 2022

The Decree Law no. 24 of 24 March 2022 and the Emergency Measure of the President of the Provincial Government no. 10 of 28 March 2022 foresee the end of the Covid 19 emergency situation on 31 March 2022. To allow a gradual return to normality and to continue preventing the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, unibz changes a number of health security requirements from 1 April 2022 by taking the following measures:

Teaching activities

Lectures and workshops will mostly be held face-to-face according to room capacity and organizational requirements.

Access to the premises

From 1 April 2022 until 30 April 2022, everybody including students, contract professors, teaching assistants, research assistants and occasional staff will need the basic green pass or 3G fulfillment (vaccinated, recovered or tested) as a necessary prerequisite for accessing the university buildings.

Until 30 April 2022, the super green pass or 2G fulfilment (vaccinated or recovered) is still required if you take part in conferences, workshops and similar events open to the public.

Starting from 1 April 2022, prior online booking of teaching activities or access to the university library is no longer required. As of 1 May, unibz will open to the public with free access (no green pass requirement).

Mask requirements

We strongly recommended to wear an FFP2 mask until 30 April 2022 although the law foresees a surgical mask.

Lecturers can take off the masks when sitting behind the lecturer’s desk at a minimum distance of 2 m from the students and if the mask requirement causes them considerable difficulties when lecturing. If the lecturer leaves the teacher’s desk, we kindly ask to put the mask on again.

When accessing events open to the public, FFP2 masks are mandatory.

As of 1 May, we strongly recommend to continue wearing a surgical mask.


The above measures will apply until revoked and may be changed according to the epidemiological developments and new legal requirements.

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