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Students at Aalto University’s Mikkeli unit diagnosed with coronavirus

First- and second-year students of the bachelor’s programme in Mikkeli will shift to distance education for two weeks.
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Some students at Aalto University’s unit in Mikkeli have been diagnosed with coronavirus. The South Savo Social and Health Care Authority (Essote) is currently tracing the coronavirus exposure and will place those exposed in quarantine. As a precaution recommended by Essote, first- and second-year students of the bachelor’s programme offered by the School of Business in Mikkeli will shift to distance education for two weeks.

Up-to-date information on the effects of coronavirus on activities at Aalto University is available on our coronavirus webpage: https://www.aalto.fi/en/aalto-university/information-on-coronavirus

 

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