SAMK works actively to prevent the spreading of coronavirus

As an internationally active community of 6,000 students and 400 employees, SAMK feels a sense of responsibility for preventing the spreading of coronavirus.

12.3.2020 | By: Jani Wahlman | Photo: Veera Korhonen

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SAMK has banned mobility to the epidemic areas already earlier, and does not receive visitors from foreign countries until further notice. Case-by-case discretion is used in other mobility and visits. SAMK follows the coronavirus situation and the authorities´ instructions constantly.

- The wellbeing of the students and the personnel is of primary importance to us, and with travel bans and other instructions we try to do what we can to prevent the spreading of the virus, comments Jari Multisilta, the President of SAMK.

Especially those who have visited foreign countries are instructed to have a maximum 14-day distance working period, if needed. The personnel has been given instructions to be prepared for possible distance teaching. In addition, everybody in our community has been instructed to take care of good hand hygiene, and observe their health.

12.3.2020 | By: Jani Wahlman | Photo: Veera Korhonen

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