Based on the Resolution of the Government of the Czech Republic of the 14th February 2021 (No. 129), students' personal presence in classes and exams is prohibited until the 28th February 2021, except for the possibility of taking exams for a maximum of 10 persons at the same time. In addition, only individual consultations are allowed (with the presence of one student and one teacher).
Therefore, teaching at CZU in the summer semester will begin fully in the distance mode with the use of online forms of teaching, i.e. without students' personal presence in classes, as in the winter semester.
We turn to you again with important information about the new regulations and emergency measures issued by the Ministry of Health in recent days.
Nothing changes in the organisation of teaching, and it continues in a full distance mode using online forms of teaching, as has been the case so far. Thank you for actively participating in it, and together with the teachers, you create a prerequisite for the successful completion of this semester.
However, in view of the deteriorating epidemic situation, which requires restrictions on the population's movement, we urge you to use means of distance communication only (e-mail, telephone, postal services) to address all your study matters.
Suppose your personal presence at the university is necessary for some very serious reason. In that case, we notify you that all persons are prohibited from presence without protective equipment (nose, mouth), which is a respirator or similar equally effective device, namely in all CZU premises.
Furthermore, from 2 March 2021, all persons entering CZU buildings should submit a negative test (at least antigenic test) for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 virus not older than 3 days, or to prove that in the last 90 days they underwent laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 disease, or an issued certificate of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic confirming performed vaccination against COVID-19 disease. A testing centre will be set up in the CZU campus (car park P1), in which all persons may be tested free of charge once every 3 days in accordance with an extraordinary measure of the Ministry of Health.
The Government of the Czech Republic introduced further restrictions of free movement between country districts. If for urgent reasons you need to visit the university and you have a residence or permanent residence outside the city of Prague, so we recommend that you obtain the appropriate form confirming the purpose of your travel in advance, which you can use to prove the Police of the Czech Republic, if necessary. This form will be confirmed by either the relevant Study Administration Office of the faculty or the appropriate employee (examiner or consultant). The new provision of study conditions is defined in detail in the Rector's Decision No. 4/2021, which is an annexe to this letter.
Dear students, thank you very much for your understanding and patience in following the difficult conditions in your study. We wish you good health, and we believe that the situation will improve in the foreseeable future.
Assoc. Prof. Ing. Jiří Remeš, Ph.D.
Vice-Rector for Education