Corona status at the Faculty of Law - keep updated here

16 October

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has been informed by email that she should only return to campus when she no longer poses a risk of infection.

15 October

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The study group has been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

8 October

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The class has been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

7 October

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The class has been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

5 October

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has been informed by email that she should only return to campus when she no longer poses a risk of infection.

25 September

A student on the master of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has been informed by email that he should not return to campus until he no longer poses a risk of infection.

22 September

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has been informed by email that she should not return to campus until she no longer poses a risk of infection.

16 September

  • A part-time lecturer on the master of laws study programme on the University of Copenhagen’s South Campus has tested positive for COVID-19. The lecturer has made contact with potential close contacts who have gone into isolation and will not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

  • A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The class has been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

  • One more student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student has been informed by email that she should not return to campus until she no longer poses a risk of infection.

14 September

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The class has been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus or no longer pose a risk of infection.

30 August

A student on the bachelor of law study programme at the University of Copenhagen has tested positive for COVID-19. The student took part in study-start with his/her class on 24 and 25 August. The class and their tutors have been informed by email that they should not turn up on campus until they have tested negative for the coronavirus and no longer pose a risk of infection. The class and their tutors constitute the group that is deemed to be at risk of infection.

26 August

A student on the bachelor of law study programme on the University of Copenhagen’s South Campus has tested positive for Covid-19 The person in question participated in the study-start programme with his/her class on 24 August. The class and their tutors have been sent home. They can turn up on campus again once they have tested negative for the coronavirus. 
The class and their tutors constitute the group that is deemed to be at risk of infection. There are therefore no changes to the university's planned activities for other classes in study-start week (week 35).