COVID-19 update - the Faculty of Humanities

2 December

An Art history student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies has tested positive for COVID-19 (39 students and two lecturers have been sent home).

29 November

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Middle Eastern language and society (Persian) student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies and a Film and Media Studies student from the Department of Communication (two have been sent home).

27 November

A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has tested positive for COVID-19.

26 November

A Comparative Literature student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies has tested positive for COVID-19.

23 November

An Audiologopedics student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has tested positive for COVID-19 (3 have been sent home).

22 November

An Ethnology student from the Saxo-Institute has tested positive for COVID-19 (4 have been sent home).

20 November

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. An English studies student from the Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies and two students from the Department of Communication: A rhetoric student (4 fellow students have been sent home) and a student of communication and it (one other student has been sent home).

19 November

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Greenland and arctic studies student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies and a History student from the Saxo-Institute.

14 November

A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has tested positive for COVID-19.

13 November

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Musicology student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (11 have been sent home) and an Information Studies student from the Department of Communication.

12 November

An Eastern European studies (Russian) student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has tested positive for COVID-19.

11 November

A Musicology student, who studies History as a minor subject at the Saxo-Institute has tested positive for COVID-19.

9 November

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Musicology student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (11 have been sent home) and a Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics (7 have been sent home).

8 November

An Educational Science student, who studies Minority Studies as a minor subject at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has tested positive for COVID-19.

7 November

A Religious studies student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has tested positive for COVID-19.

4 November

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Religious studies student, a Japan studies student and a Korean studies student. Everyone is from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies.

3 November

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics and a Prehistoric Archaeology student from the Saxo-Institute.

1 November

Danish Studies student, who studies Ethnology as a minor subject at the Saxo-Institute has tested positive for COVID-19.

31 October

A lecturer from Danish Studies from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has tested positive for COVID-19.

29 October

A Communication and IT student from the Department of Communication has tested positive for COVID-19 (two have been sent home).

28 October

A student who studies Arabian at Open University has been tested positive.

27 October

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A German studies student and a Spanish studies student from the Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies - and an Ethnology student who studies Comparative Cultural Studies as a minor subject at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies.

25 October

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. Two students from History at the Saxo-Institute and a French studies student from the Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies have tested positive for COVID-19.

21 October

A Communication and IT student from the Department of Communication has tested positive for COVID-19 (six have been sent home).

14 October

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Philosophy student from the Department of Communication and an Italian Studies student from the Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies.

8 October

A Communication and IT student from the Department of Communication has tested positive for COVID-19 (35 fellow students have been sent home).

5 October

A Comparative Literature student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies has tested positive for COVID-19 (one fellow student has been sent home). A Middle Eastern Language and Society student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has tested positive for COVID-19.

1 October

A Comparative Literature student who studies Japanese Studies as a minor subject at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has been tested positive for COVID-19.

29 September

An Applied Cultural Analysis student from the Saxo-Institute has been tested positive for COVID-19.

28 September

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Comparative litterature student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (25 have been sent home), a Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics and a Religious studies student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies.

27 September

A Rhetoric student from the Department of Communication has been tested positive for COVID-19 (43 have been sent home).

25 September

A Religious studies student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies has been tested positive for COVID-19.

24 September

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Philosophy student from the Department of Communication (60 have been sent home) and an Art history student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (50 have been sent home).

23 September

Two students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Modern culture student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (41 have been sent home) and a History student from the Saxo-Institute (four have been sent home).

22 September

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics (36 have been sent home), an Information Studies student from the Department of Communication (25 have been sent home) and a Religious studies student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies.

A Danish Studies student at Open University has also been tested positive (27 have been sent home).

17 September

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19. A Near Eastern Archaeology student from the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, a Communication and IT student from the Department of Communication, and an English Studies student who studies Danish as a minor subject at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics.

The Ethnology student that tested positive for COVID-19 15 September is not infected with corona. The Danish Patient Safety Authority has confirmed that the positive response was an error.

16 September

A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has been tested positive for COVID-19 (no one has been sent home since the student has not been on campus since August).

15 September

An Ethnology student from the Saxo-Institute has been tested positive for COVID-19 (study group will be tested while the rest of the class will be taught online until 22 September). A Danish Studies student from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics has also been tested postitive (25 students have been sent home).

14 September

Three students have been tested positive for COVID-19 - a Communication and IT student from the Department of Communication (class have been sent home), an archaeology student from the Saxo-Institute (who has not been on campus since the beginning of September), and a second year Musicology student from the Department of Art and Cultural Studies (the entire year group have been sent home). 

12 September

Two Communication and IT students from the Department of Communication have been tested positive for COVID-19 (class have been sent home).

10 September

In the past week, four students at the faculty have been tested positive for COVID-19: Two students from Danish Studies and one from IT and Cognition at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics as well as one student from IT and Cognition at the Department of Communication. The Danish Patient Safety Authority has been consulted and six classes have been sent home with a request to get a COVID-19 test. 

2 September

A tutor from the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics' Danish programme has been tested positive for COVID-19. Seven fellow tutors have been told to self-isolate while the class with which the tutor spent last week have been sent home with a request to get a COVID-19 test. 

27 August

One of the new students from the Communication and IT programme has been tested positive with COVID-19. Having conferred with the Danish Patient Safety Authority, the Department of Communication has decided that all the 32 students, who have been close to the infected student, must go into self-isolation and be tested.

26 August

The tutor from rhetoric that tested positive for COVID-19 24 August is not infected with corona. An IT error had produced a false positive, but it has now been confirmed that the test was negative.   

24 August

A tutor from rhetoric at the Department of Communication has tested positive for COVID-19. Following advice from the Danish Patient Safety Authority, another tutor and five students have gone into self-isolation and will be tested. The Danish Patient Safety Authority has assessed these six students to be the group of people at risk of infection. There are therefore no changes in the university's planned study start activities.