Taking into account the threat of the spread of the COVID-19 infection, the decision by the Government of the Republic of Lithuania to declare quarantine and to protect the health of members of the community, the University's task force for coronavirus prevention decided that all activities at the University are to be continued remotely until 31 March.
Employees can perform activities on University premises during the quarantine period only in cases when the relevant functions (work) must be performed at the workplace. In such a case, no more than one employee should work in the office at any given time.
It is not recommended to be at physical workplaces for people in risk groups (e.g., with chronic or oncological diseases, etc.), and those people who experience symptoms of the disease (e.g., fever, cough, difficulty breathing) are not allowed to enter the workplace.
All events, meetings and gatherings at the University are to be carried out remotely.
If physical contact is unavoidable (e.g., when delivering documents, equipment, etc.), the persons in question must wear face protection and ventilate the premises after each physical contact.
It is vital to ventilate all premises. Therefore, after each visit to the workplace, the office window should be left open on departure, or ventilation of the room should be arranged in another way. The building's security personnel have to be informed about this. The security staff should close the windows accordingly at least two hours after the employee leaves the workplace.