In connection with the end of the pandemic emergency, which was decided by the Chamber of Deputies on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, all existing extraordinary measures of the Ministry of Health will be canceled from May 5.
As of this date, the obligation to wear respiratory protection also ends in medical facilities (incl. Pharmacies) and social services facilities.
At the same time, the right to one preventive PCR test per month expires free of charge. It is still possible to undergo only a diagnostic PCR test free of charge, if the doctor assesses your state of health and issues you a request. Anyone can be tested as a self-payer.
An examination may be realised in the following basic forms:
Full-time form (with personal participation of the examinee at the CZU)
The examination can be verbal, written, practical or combined. The written examination may also have the form of an electronic test.
The full-time form of the examination is possible only if the valid anti-epidemic measures defined by the Government allow it; it is always necessary to respect the conditions specified in these measures. Currently, the full-time form of the exam is possible only in the presence of a maximum of 10 people.
Distance form (without the personal presence of the examinee at the CZU)
Distance testing can be performed mainly with tools that are supported by the university. These are the following:
- Microsoft Teams (verbal distance testing, colloquium),
- LMS Moodle (for tests, written verification of study results).
In justified cases, other tools can be used, such as ZOOM. Distance forms of verification of study results are sufficient, even if they differ in their character from the traditional full-time form.