Preventing COVID-19 in EKA

The outbreak of COVID-19 disease, caused by a novel Coronavirus, started in December 2019 in Wuhan, China. The pandemic has now affected the whole world. The Government of Estonia has announced the state of emergency and closed all schools and universities as well as most non-essential shops.
  • EKA students are currently not allowed in the EKA building and other spaces where studies are conducted.  This rule stands at least until 1 May, 2020, unless the Government decides otherwise.  Studies continue remotely online.
  • EKA employees may work in the building only if necessary, otherwise stay in home office.
For more information, updates and advice about protecting yourself and surviving the isolation, visit: Estonian Health Board (Terviseamet) Information from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), including the Areas with presumed community transmission of COVID-19. Advice for the public from the World Health Organization. We thank you for your understanding and close cooperation to ensure a safe and healthy environment at our university and we will keep you updated.