Current rules for teaching, exams and dormitories at UP
UP currently follows the latest government measure (in Czech), which is in force from 8 June. It still allows in person teaching for all UP students, as well as exams in person, if a 1.5 metre distance between persons is kept. You will be informed in detail by your home faculty and department, because exams and teaching may continue to take place online according to the specifics of each faculty.
Newly, academic ceremonies may take place in presence, too, under the certain conditions (see part I.1c).
To take part in in person teaching it is still necessary to have a negative test result for covid-19 or certificate of vaccination (see below). Also, there is a change regarding mandatory respirator wearing at UP.
Czech students are prohibited from residing in university dormitories including university facilities if they have another residence within the Czech Republic, with the exception of students who are attending classes according to the latest government measure (above). Foreign students can stay at dormitories without regard to their field of study. Details on UP dormitory rules can be found on the UP Accommodation and Dining webpage (in Czech).
Testing of employees and students for covid-19
Mandatory weekly testing of employees for covid-19 is currently taking place at UP on the basis of government regulations. Employees without a negative test cannot work inside UP premises. As of 26 April antigen testing is mandatory for students attendning classes, too. Details here.
As of 3 May academic workers can register themselves in the system for vaccination against Covid-19.
You can use most of the library services again, as well as visiting study rooms. Details.