IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS
On September 1st, from 13:00 to 16:00 local time, a mobile vaccination minibus will be on university campus square. In order to get a vaccine this day you will have to have an ID card with a Lithuanian personal code.
Information for second and upper year students
For participation in the classes you need to have opportunity passport. Opportunity passport can be taken from here.
To get opportunity passport you need to meet the following criteria:
A person has been vaccinated against COVID-19:
• Comirnaty or Spikevax vaccine – 1 week after the second dose of vaccine;
• COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen vaccine – 2 weeks after the single dose vaccine;
• Vaxzevria vaccine – 4 weeks, but not more than 13 weeks, after the first dose of vaccine and immediately after a second dose of vaccine;
• If a person has had COVID-19 – 2 weeks after the first dose of any vaccine.
• a person has been tested and have a negative paid PGR test result – it is valid for 48 hours after the sample is collected.
• a person has been tested and have positive quantitative or semi-quantitative serological immunoassay for COVID-19 IgG antibodies or total antibodies test result – it is valid for not more than 60 days.
• Recovered from coronavirus and maximum 210 days have passed from the positive PGR testing.
PLEASE BE KINDLY INFORMED ALL TESTS WILL BE ON YOUR OWN ACCOUNT.
Psychological counseling and emotional support for KU foreign students
On 6 April, KU is launching a free online service for psychological counseling and emotional support. The service will be provided by 2nd year Counseling Psychology Master‘s program student.
Counseling Psychology Master’s program student
Tel. /Viber +370 691 44078
FB: Neringa Rukšnaitytė
What to do if you suspect you have a virus:
- If symptoms occur within two weeks of having travelled to one the affected areas (http://sam.lrv.lt/lt/naujienos/koronavirusas) or you have been in contact with anyone with a confirmed COVID-19 case, you should immediately call the Emergency Help Centre line 112 or 1808 and report the circumstances of the illness and follow medical advice.
- IMPORTANT: please do not go to the hospital by yourself.
- Avoid any contact. Self-insulate until the ambulance arrives. An ambulance crew will take you to the hospital.
- Laboratory diagnostics will be performed at the hospital. Hospital staff will inform you of further steps.
Signs and symptoms of coronavirus infection may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure and can include:
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- All the latest information can be found on the websites of the Lithuanian Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization.
- Psychological help (list of institutions, text in LT)
- COVID-19 Hotline in Lithuania: 1808 (free of charge)
We encourage you to follow these guidelines:
- Wash your hands;
- Use a tissue for coughs;
- Avoid touching your face;
- Avoid close contact with another persons;
- Use vit. C (1 g per day) and vit. D (4000 TV per day)