Information about the coronavirus This page contains the latest information about the impact of the coronavirus on the University of St.Gallen. It is continually updated. Status 21 October 2020. A return to a new normal requires new rules of conduct. The HSG has therefore developed a set of measures that regulate the teaching and working practice at the University of St.Gallen (HSG). To prevent critical health situations in public areas, masks are mandatory in all indoor rooms in the teaching/learning and working environment, also sitting - except for lecturers and in the case of individual presence in rooms and offices. This applies to all persons from the age of 12 staying on campus and in the university buildings. Persons with symptoms of illness or those who feel ill are not allowed to enter the HSG buildings and campus or to participate in events. The HSG buildings are accessible, but the stay must be limited to a specific study, research or work purpose. In order to achieve a successful return to normal conditions, we encourage you to act responsibly in your free time as well. Library The library building and the library are open again since 7 September. You can find more information on the website of the HSG library. Advice centres All the HSG’s advice centres can be contacted by telephone and e-mail.