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 24 March 2021. The Federal Council decided to implement additional measures to contain the spread of the mutated variant of the coronavirus in particular. Accordingly, we have adapted the HSG Covid-19 measures. These changes will be valid until at least 18 April. Furthermore, and until further notice, lectures, courses and seminars - even taking into account the 5-person group size rule - will be held exclusively digitally, including in executive education. This will apply until at least 18 April 2021. Work meetings at the HSG are still possible in principle, but only if all Corona measures are strictly observed. Due to Art. 5d.1a Covid-19 regulation, learning spaces will no longer be made available in the library. Media loans and returns will still be possible. Learning places including catering facilities will be available at theCo. However, the principle must continue to apply that the learning areas are only visited by those students who do not have the opportunity to study at home. Please try not to always take your meals between noon and 1 p.m. so that contacts can be reduced in the catering areas as well. All HSG properties including the library are open in the evening until 7 pm at the latest. The HSG sports hall is closed, the artificial turf pitch open. There are no shower or changing facilities available on campus. Up-to-date information always available at: sport.unisg.ch. The public lectures programme will continue to be offered in digital form. Events organised by external organisers are not possible on campus until further notice. Masks are compulsory on the entire campus - both in front of the buildings and in all indoor areas. Excluded from this is the individual presence in rooms / offices. This applies to all persons aged 12 and over who are on campus and in the university buildings. Persons with symptoms of illness or persons who feel ill may not enter either the HSG buildings or the campus. We would like to thank you all for your responsible adherence to the protective measures and for your understanding and support for the massive restrictions currently imposed. This is the only way we can ensure that our campus will be open again in the foreseeable future in the familiar manner - which is our clear goal. Opening hours: You can find the current opening hours on the university homepage unisg.ch.