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Update: 7 September
Please see below restrictions in place in the Czech Republic due to the prevention of the spread of COVID-19. These measures are determined based on the Pandemic Law.
Currently, these restrictions are in force:
All Masaryk University students, including international students, who will attend pratical classes or practical exams or live in the MU dormitories will have access to testing provided at MU testing centre situated at Brno Exhibition Centre.
Please follow the information provided by your faculties closely. The Czech Government has decided to permit the physical presence of final-year students in practical, laboratory, experimental and art classes and student placements effective from 26 April 2021.
As the state of emergency ends in the Czech Republic on Sunday, 11 April, some restrictions will be eased.
Testing is still mandatory to enter MU buildings. Beginning 19 April 2021, the non-profit organization Helping Hands (Podané ruce) will be responsible for testing at MU and testing sites will be open two days a week. You can go for a test on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 7 am till 1 pm. You can register for a test in INET. Tests may not be more than seven day old.