The infection control office in Trondheim is warning students and staff who were in Fagland Room 8302 in Dragvoll on May 24 and/or May 27 that you may have been in contact with someone diagnosed with covid-19.
Quarantine is imposed on those who are notified of this According to covid-19 regulations.
This means that you should stay at home and avoid contact with others outside the home. Adults should stay away from other adults in the family.
The message that goes to those affected states:
We ask that you be prepared for the test on the seventh day, even if you don’t have symptoms.
- If you were in the group room the last time on May 27, the seventh would be Thursday, June 3
- If you were there last May 24, please take the test as soon as possible.
This is what NTNU wrote about Enseda.
Four new infections were discovered
Four more students were diagnosed with Covid-19 during Tuesday. Two of them visited the campus last week.
The four study in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering (IE), the School of Economics (EAC), the School of Social Sciences and Education (SU) and the School of Humanities (HF), respectively.
Two of them were not on campus during this period while they may have been infectious, while the other two visited on Friday and Sunday. In any case, there is no need to trace the infection or wash off the infection in any of these cases, reports the Trondheim municipality’s infection control office.
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