COVID-19 - Important Information

For our safety and protection the following measures are necessary. 

• Access

From June 22, there are no more access restrictions at the TU Wien. Admission is the sole responsibility of the managers, employees and students of the TU Wien. The safety and protection requirements known to ensure the health of all persons working at the TU Wien (current version at https://colab.tuwien.ac.at/x/95Wx, opens an external URL in a new window), in particular the minimum safety distance and the hygiene requirements, must be observed in any case by all members of the TU Wien. The separation of entrances and exits in the buildings will remain in place until further notice.

 

• Teaching and Examinations

Since 2 June 2020, in addition to the online examinations, attendance examinations are again held at Wien - in compliance with the necessary security measures. The guidelines for students and lecturers can be found at https://colab.tuwien.ac.at/x/DAXo, opens an external URL in a new window  
The grace period for the 2020 summer semester has been extended to June 30, 2020.

• Research

Since 2 June, it has been possible to return to work, the safety and protection requirements apply. Details are available after login, opens an external URL in a new window. Further information can be found at https://colab.tuwien.ac.at/x/hoF8#CORONAInformation-Forschung., opens an external URL in a new window

 

• Labour law

FAQs for employees (home office, time off, vacation, childcare, etc.) can be found on the intranet.

• Business trips

In general, it is recommended to postpone decisions on business trips until further notice or to take other options (e.g. "virtual" participation in meetings).
Before a business trip is planned, it should be checked whether it is really necessary or whether there are other possibilities. It should be noted that presence meetings (also at other organisations) should still be avoided. In any case, the regulations of the leaflet "Informationen on Business Trips, opens a file in a new window" apply.

Information Security

Phishing e-mails are aimed at the fears and insecurities of potential victims and are intended to entice them to take rash actions. The topic of corona and current developments could be massively exploited for this purpose. When sending e-mails, therefore, pay particular attention to the correct sender address (e.g.: .....@tuwien.ac.at), the target address of links (e.g.: www.tuwien.at/... ) and the overall logic of possible sendings in connection with the corona crisis!

Security Advice of TU.it

  • TU.it will never ask you for login data.

  • Verify links before clicking them or type them into your browser.

  • Stay up to date about security by checking the TU.it home page.

  • Please send any questions about this to security@tuwien.ac.at

How to protect yourself and your fellow human beings

General information

News

Organizational details

Hotlines

AGES Infoline Coronavirus
0800 555 621 
7 days a week, 0 to 24


For symptoms (fever, cough, breathing difficulties) select
1450
7 days a week, 0 to 24


Occupational Medical Service TU Wien
amz@gut.tuwien.ac.at

 

CHECKLIST Corona suspect

TUW-Contact
Mag. Christina Thirsfeld
christina.thirsfeld@tuwien.ac.at