Information to staff
BTH management continuously monitors the corona outbreak and follows information from mainly the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Public Health Authority.
Vaccine against COVID-19
- Staff will get their COVID-19 vaccine through their health care center. Vaccine phase 4 (persons aged 18–59 who do not belong to a risk group) starts in May. If you’re not registered in Blekinge, if you’re staying here temporarily or if you don’t have a Swedish social security number you still have the right to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in Blekinge. It is your own responsibility to contact a health center when it is your turn to be vaccinated. You will find more information in the preliminary vaccination plan. The vaccination against covid-19 is free.
- BTH staff is allowed to visit a health care center for their vaccination during working hours.
Work from home
- NEW! Employees who do not need to be at the workplace to maintain necessary activities are to work from home up to and including 28 September 2021.
- Staff who are sick should report sick in accordance with normal routines and should not visit BTH’s campus.
- Staff should not return to BTH’s campuses until at least two days after completely free from symptoms.
- Only necessary business trips can be made, but should be completely avoided to those regions with special restrictions.
- As an alternative to business travels, digital meetings should to the greatest extent possible be conducted.
- On international business trips all recommendations must be followed and a risk analysis should be carried out together with your line manager.
- Staff abroad are urged to register on the Swedish list at UD for updated information from the embassy: Swedish list – Sweden abroad