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BREAKING NEWS: Swedish Government Recommends that All Universities Move To Distance Learning; Umeå University Deciding Response

Umeå University management said that it is convening to decide how to respond to this recommendation, and a decisions will be "made available over the course of the day".

ÅLIDHEM – In a press conference today, Prime Minister Stefan Löfven recommended that all universities, adult education centers, and secondary schools around the country teach remotely, to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. Umeå University management said that it is convening to decide how to respond to this recommendation, and a decisions will be “made available over the course of the day”. Earlier today, Umeå University’s Vice Chancellor, Hans Adolfsson, decided to allow professors to change course syllabi and examination schedules, effective to the end of the spring semester.

More details to follow on Umeå Today’s evening post.

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