Updated March 10, 2020
Pursuant to the Ministerial Decree of 9 March 2020, we inform all staff and students that all planned educational activities to be conducted in person will be suspended up until and including 3 April 2020. Students will no longer be allowed on campus, including residence dormitories.
Additionally, all graduation ceremonies and degree defenses will take place as planned by remote (online) connection.
Lessons will continue as planned up until (and including) 3 April on the WebEx platform.
All meetings and congresses and workshops are suspended, along with sports activities.
The University will continue to keep you informed of the latest developments as they happen across all of our communications channels.
Updated March 4, 2020
Following up on the latest news by the Prime Minister, we would like to let you know that on campus teaching activities, workshops, seminars, and sport events are suspended from 5th until 15th March. Henceforth, students are kindly asked not to come to the Luiss campuses.
From tomorrow Thursday 5th March, teaching will be delivered using distance learning mode via the WebEx platform to which students can get access through the instructions already sent by email.
We shall keep you continuously updated on this matter.
Updated March 2, 2020
Pursuant to the Italian Prime Minister's decree of 1 March 2020, all activity at the Milano Luiss Hub will remain suspended until Sunday, 8 March.
We wish to remind all whom have been to or live in any at-risk area, both in Italy and abroad, or who have had any contact with residents in the affected areas or who show any flu-like symptoms to please report immediately to the local ASL health authorities in your area.
Luiss will continue disseminating information promptly over the evolving health crisis and through all university channels available.
Please continue to monitor sites and apps for timely information.
Updated February 27, 2020
Following the decree from the Region of Lazio, anyone who has entered Italy in the last 14 days from an area exposed to COVID-19, both in Italy or abroad, must inform their local ASL office. For the correct office, students may refer to Allegato 3 of the attached decree.
Luiss will keep the community informed on all the latest updates, therefore, we please ask students, families and staff to refer to our official communication channels for official news.
Updated February 26, 2020
Luiss is continuing to closely monitor updates on Novel Coronavirus COVID-19.
As previously stated and in line with the recommendations of public health officials, the University's activities in Rome will continue as scheduled.
Updated February 22, 2020
Luiss University is carefully monitoring the evolution of the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19). Based on recommendations from government authorities, all the University's activities in Rome will be held as scheduled.
However, based on the decisions of the Conference of University Rectors of Lombardy taken on February 22, all lessons, conferences and events scheduled at the Milano Luiss Hub and the Hub Veneto delle Dolomiti from February 24 until March 1 have been cancelled. The decision was made on a precautionary basis in the best interest of public health and of universities' activities in Lombardy and Veneto, taking student mobility into account.
Anyone who has been in areas deemed at risk, both in Italy or abroad, or who have had contact with people who reside in those areas, are urged to notify their health care provider immediately, as recommended by the World Health Organization and the Italian Ministry of Health.
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