Hygiene guidelines CIP EEI
- 17.05.2022: Deactivation of seat reservation
- 06.04.2022: The hygiene guidelines have been updated
- 05.04.2022: No mask requirement in the CIP EEI if…
- 02.03.2022: Matlab version will be updated promptly
- 18.02.2022: The 3G regulation applies again with immediate effect
Hygiene Guidelines CIP EEI
- Please take note of the current health information about the corona virus. Further information can be found at fau.eu/corona/hygiene/
- In constellations with a mask requirement, a medical protective mask („surgical mask“) is required as a minimum standard. We recommend wearing an FFP2 mask or better.
- Cases where a mask must be worn:
- If the minimum distance of 1.5 meters to the next person can no longer be maintained permanently.
- For exams and larger events, the mask requirement applies up to the seat. The mask can be taken off at the seat with the required minimum distance of 1.5 meters to the next person.
- Please observe the cough and sneeze etiquette! If you don’t have a handkerchief, you can use the crook of your arm.
- If you are ill, especially if you have symptoms that can be connected to a COVID-19 disease, you may not use the CIP room. The most common symptoms are: fever, cough, runny nose and disturbances in the sense of smell and/or taste.
- Please note the posters in front of and in the room.
- Please use the disinfectant dispenser when entering.
- If possible, please clean the keyboard and mouse before use (do not disinfect) with the cleaning utensils provided.
- The room is on the FAU positive list, is permanently ventilated and is cleaned every day by a specialist company with regard to the Corona problem.
- You can also access a computer remotely from outside. On-site use may not be necessary. Instructions: fau.tf.fau.de/cip/remotedesktop/en/
„Despite general easing, it is clear that the pandemic is not over yet and it is therefore important that employees and students can feel safe at their place of work and study. I therefore appeal to your personal responsibility, your active cooperation and consideration. By behaving prudently, you not only protect yourself, but also those around you who may belong to a vulnerable group.”
– Prof. Dr. Joachim Hornegger