Restrictions on the library services will be lifted on 26 April

The restrictions on the library services, which have been in force since December 2020, will be lifted on 26 April 2021. You will be able to study in the library reading rooms and group study rooms and use the workstations in the library. Please visit the library only when you are healthy and without flu symptoms and carefully follow the COVID-19 safety instructions in the libraries.

The reading rooms, group study rooms and other facilities of the libraries can be used again from Monday, 26 April onwards. We require careful adherence to safety distances and other safety instructions in the libraries.  The opening hours of the library units will remain the same. We still recommend that you primarily use the library's online services and avoid unnecessary library visits. The library's information service and information skills training, as well as publishing and research support services, will continue remotely. 

We strongly recommend using a face mask on the library premises. If you have forgotten your own face mask at home, disposable masks are distributed in the library. Keep a safe distance of at least 2 meters to other customers and staff in all library premises.

Also the 24/7 campus area in Pegasus Library will be opened for students from 26 April onwards. Library customers can read the legal deposit copies (reading room/researcher loans) they have ordered from Pegasus' closed stacks in the reading room loan storage room (PK201) without making an appointment. There is no need to reserve time for the use of the microfilm readers, e-thesis workstations and legal deposit workstations. The periodicals reading area in Pegasus Library will also be opened to customers.

The self-service use outside the opening hours in Health and Social Care Library is possible from 26 April onwards. 

Visit the library only when you're healthy and without flu symptoms. 

During your library visit:

  • use the self-service lending and returning machines if possible.

  • use a face mask.

  • take care of hand hygiene and use hand sanitizer in the library.

  • keep adequate distance (at least 2 m) from other customers and library staff.

  • follow the COVID-19 safety instructions in the library.

By working together safely, we can prevent the coronavirus situation from deteriorating in our region. This also contributes to keeping libraries open to customers.

Last updated: 23.4.2021