Spring '20 Updates


Housing Deposits

Dear AUBG Students:

I hope you continue safe and well, whether you are here on campus, at home with your families, or in another location. 

In response to your questions and concerns, we are extending the period for the $150 housing deposits AND payment of amounts due on student accounts until MAY 15, 2020.  

You may preregister and select a room for next year without paying the housing deposit or clearing your student account; however, please be aware that preregistrations and room selections will be cancelled if you have not paid your housing deposit and cleared any balances due at that time.

As previously noted, the deadline for submitting leave of absence applications has been extended until May 29. Housing deposits will be refundable until that date if you decide to take a leave.

In accordance with normal policy, all other outstanding balances on student accounts must still be settled prior to preregistration and room selection.

We hope this added flexibility is helpful during the next several weeks.

Best wishes,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

Registration and Room Selection Updates

In response to the current situation, we have made some changes to the course and room registration process for your convenience. 

The registration for Fall ’20 will start on April 6, as scheduled. Normally all students must cover outstanding balances on their accounts (including a $150 housing deposit for those living on campus) before that date in order to be able to register courses and select rooms in the dorms. To accommodate your needs, we introduce the following changes: 

1)      Students will start the course registration and room selection on April 6 but without having to cover outstanding balances or the housing deposit in advance.

2)      The deadline for covering the balances (including the housing deposit) has been extended to April 21

3)      If the balance on a student’s account is not covered by April 21, their registered courses and the room selection will be cancelled. From that point, students who wish to select courses and a room should first pay the $150 and a late registration fee.

4)      The deadline for taking a leave of absence has been extended to May 29. If a student requests a leave of absence before this deadline, we will refund the $150 deposit. All course and room registrations will be cancelled. We hope to have much more clarity about the overall situation by then to help you make the best possible decisions.

5)      If a student requests a leave of absence after May 29, the deposit will not be refunded.

I understand that it is a difficult time for you and your families and hope that these adjustments make the situation a bit easier for you.

Sincerely,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

Explanation of Commencement Fee

Dear graduating seniors,

Thank you for being so patient and understanding in this complex situation as we move forward on addressing your comments and feedback. I am aware that many of you have expressed concerns in regards to our decision on the commencement fee. I also know that your graduation from the university is a major milestone and a long anticipated moment in your and your families' lives. I appreciate you shared your comments and would like to give you some specifics in this regard.

Because of the dynamically changing situation, we cannot say this with certainty, but it is our intention to have a graduation ceremony in the fall if the situation with COVID-19 is resolved by then. If the circumstances allow it, our aim is to organize the Commencement Ceremony in conjunction with the Fall Board meeting. This is the university’s most important ceremony and ideally the trustees would be here as usual because they are the ones who vote to confer the degrees.

The graduation fee is $50 and it covers only 20% of our budget for the Commencement Ceremony. We ask you to pay the$50 fee for several reasons:

  • The production of the diploma together with the leather folders costs about $25.
  • The production of the caps and the tassels which you will receive regardless of whether there is a ceremony costs $13.
  • On top of this, we have to mail the diplomas, tassels, and caps to students not only in Bulgaria but also worldwide. You raised concerns that the shipping costs we ask you to cover are too high. This is due to the fact that we have to use reliable couriers to make sure that you receive your diploma. 

I just want to reassure you – we are not trying to profit from this situation in any way. We just want to cover our costs and, in many cases, we are not covering them. We want to make sure that everybody is treated fairly – you as students, the university as an institution, and our staff and faculty members. 

Thank you and I look forward to receiving your suggestions and feedback so that we can work out and offer you the best possible solutions.

Stay safe,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

A brief update for students

Dear AUBG Students,

My colleagues and I have received a number of e-mails stating your questions and concerns about preregistration for next year, Work and Travel, leaves of absence, and related matters.

I wanted to let you know that we appreciate your concerns about the Work and Travel program for this summer and are watching developments closely. We know that many of you rely on your earnings from the program to fund your next year's tuition and fees, and that the current situation is even more complicated because of the broader economic uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. We understand, and share, the anxiety you are feeling in this rapidly changing and confusing global situation.

We are currently working on a number of strategies to support students next year. At the moment I cannot promise anything, but please be assured that we want you to continue your education, want you to graduate on time, and want to see everyone back in the fall to restore our vibrant, engaging campus life if the pandemic permits. We are seeking to provide you with reasonable flexibility for your needs, while also getting the information we must have to plan responsibly for next year. Balancing these goals sometimes requires compromises that, I assure you, make no one happy, but are the "least worst" options in this difficult time.

We will be sending you additional information over the next few days with more specific updates. Please stay tuned. Meanwhile, if you have questions or concerns, please continue to get in touch.

Our mission is to provide you with the best possible educational opportunities. We are committed to doing that, and we are committed to you. Again, right now I cannot make any promises, but please be assured that everyone at the university is working very hard to support you as much as we can.

Thank you, stay well, best wishes, DRE

Updates for graduating seniors

Dear graduating seniors,

I want to thank everyone who reached out to share concerns over the FAQs we released a few days ago. We count on your feedback and want to address your questions. While faculty and students have been heroically transitioning to online classes all over the world, we here on campus, have been working hard to try to bring some normalcy in a very non-normal world. 

As you can imagine, planning and making decisions in this environment is not easy. The medical and legal environment changes every day. As soon as we think one issue has been addressed (at least for the time being), something changes, and we need to reevaluate it or completely rework it. 

The FAQs that were sent out reflect our current thinking given our current environment and our current human and financial resources. We know that some of these decisions disappoint many of you. We cannot promise that these decisions will change. However, as we get a better understanding of the facts, we will reevaluate and hopefully tweak some. 

We know it is important that you—vital members of our community—understand how we made our decisions during these difficult times:

—Your professors quickly adapted to offer you virtual classes so that you can finish the semester successfully. This has created the need for increased bandwidth and server capacity, the need to invest in backup systems and online proctoring. Our staff is working to ensure that our systems can cope with the increased demand for online services. 

—We hoped we would be financially able to roll over the student clubs’ budgets and I assure you that this was the starting point of our initial conversations. However, the numbers have their own say in such situations. Student activity fees do not fully cover the cost of the events and programs. We are aware that of the time, passion and energy you have put into your club events and know it is a disappointment to see them cancelled this year. In the fall some clubs will “double up” on postponed events. We are mindful that moving some of these in the fall will require additional financial support; we will do our best to meet these needs on a case-by-case basis.

—As your graduation approaches, we realize how important starting your professional career is. Since we can’t have our traditional job fair on campus, we are working on a virtual one to help you connect with companies looking for new talent. More details will follow soon.

—A significant part of the graduation fee of $50 covers the cost of production and mailing of the physical diploma you are going to receive upon graduation. AUBG will issue certificates for free to those of you who need a proof of their education in advance. Moreover, we still plan on having a commencement ceremony in Fall if the circumstances allow it.

—Even though most of you have returned home, the three Skaptos are still operating and are home to about 100 students who couldn’t return home. It is our duty and our choice to protect the physical and mental health of these students, who are part of our community.

The COVID-19 global outbreak has rearranged our lives, our plans and our sense of certainty. Now more than we need to call upon the resilience, dedication and spirit of the AUBG community. The only way we move forward successfully is to stay united and work together.

Because we are all AUBGers. 

Thank you,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

Updates for non-graduating students

Dear students,

I want to thank everyone who reached out to share concerns over the FAQs we released a few days ago. We count on your feedback and want to address your questions. While faculty and students have been heroically transitioning to online classes all over the world, we here on campus have been working hard to try to bring some normalcy in a very non-normal world. 

As you can imagine, planning and making decisions in this environment is not easy. There are daily changes. As soon as we think one issue has been addressed, something changes, and we need to reevaluate it or completely rework it. 

The FAQs that were sent out reflected our thinking given our human and financial resources. We know that some of these decisions disappointed many of you. We cannot promise that these decisions will change. However, as we get a better understanding of the facts, we will reevaluate and keep you informed. 

We know it is important that you—vital members of our community—understand how we made our decisions during these difficult times:

—Our top priority is to design a plan to help all of you continue your education in the Fall because we anticipate that you will need financial support more than ever. All of our decisions are made to ensure that AUBG survives this unforeseen situation and continues in the spirit of excellence that it is known for.

—Your professors quickly adapted to offer you virtual classes so that you can finish the semester successfully. This has created the need for increased bandwidth and server capacity, the need to invest in backup systems and online proctoring. Our staff is working to ensure that our systems can cope with the increased demand for online services. 

— We hoped we would be financially able to roll over the student clubs’ budgets and I assure you that this was the starting point of our initial conversations. However, the numbers have their own say in such situations. Student activity fees do not fully cover the cost of the events and programs. We are aware that of the time, passion and energy you have put into your club events and know it is a disappointment to see them cancelled this year. In the fall some clubs will “double up” on postponed events. We are mindful that moving some of these in the fall will require additional financial support; we will do our best to meet these needs on a case-by-case basis.

—Even though most of you have returned home, the three Skaptos are still operating and are home to about 100 students who couldn’t return home. It is our duty and our choice to protect the physical and mental health of these students, who are part of our community.

The COVID-19 global outbreak has rearranged our lives, our plans and our sense of certainty. Now more than ever we need to call upon the resilience, dedication and spirit of the AUBG community. The only way we move forward successfully is to stay united and work together.

Because we are all AUBGers. 

Thank you,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

Information for students on practical matters

Dear students,

Thank you for your patience as the university administration has been dealing with a challenging and unprecedented situation these past few weeks.

We know that you have many questions and concerns regarding fees, refunds and other practical matters and we have compiled a file that offers answers to the most frequent ones. Please find the detailed FAQs document here.

Thank you once again for your understanding as we have been working to address the situation. Check your emails and aubg.edu regularly for updates and stay safe!

Sincerely,
David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President
American University in Bulgaria

Order by Interim President Dr. David Evans, 13.03.2020

To see the official document (in Bulgarian), click here. / Вижте официалния документ на български тук

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY IN BULGARIA

BULSTAT code 000019449, seat and management address:

Blagoevgrad, 1 Georgi Izmirliev - Makedoncheto Square

ORDER

No. 554 / 03/13/2020

Pursuant to Order No. RD-01-124 of 13.03.2020 of the Minister of Health, in order to limit the danger of the spreading of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and in view of the declared State of Emergency on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria,

I ORDER:

1. All classes until the end of the semester to be held in absentia, using the Internet platform and tools.

2. The scheduled exams and state exams to be conducted according to an additionally developed schedule within the semester.

3. All mass events planned until May 14 2020, including conferences, discussions, public lectures, performances, concerts and other cultural and sport events to be suspended.

4. Academic councils, committees and working groups, departmental and faculty councils and meetings, etc., when possible, to be conducted online and to carry out the voting electronically.

5. The attendance of the administration to be minimized. If employees are required to attend their workplaces, they should strictly follow all measures to ensure distance between persons, regular disinfection and increased hygiene at the workplace.

6. The heads of the departments are responsible for providing the minimum necessary staff to maintain the business and maintain the operation of computer and information systems and activities.

7. International students who have this opportunity are encouraged to go home to their families. After March 20, 2020, the remaining students should be transferred to the Skaptopara 1 building (and, if necessary, the Skaptopara 2 building) after proper preparation and disinfection of the premises. The dormitory building will be restricted to students housed there and to the administrative staff of the building. External access is prohibited. Access during the time period between 10 pm and 7 am is strictly limited.

8. If students violate the measures envisaged in connection with the pandemic situation and this order, penalties will be imposed according to the established internal rules, including termination of the right of stay on the territory of the University.

9. Until April 14, 2020, I prohibit the access of external visitors to the University buildings. I recommend that you communicate with and between employees by telephone and/or e-mail. In case of urgent need, outside persons will be admitted to the University buildings after the security officer receives a confirmation by telephone from the relevant department head.

10. The body temperature of students entering the dormitories to be monitored.

11. I strongly prohibit the admission of persons in quarantine or with symptoms of acute infectious and respiratory diseases in the buildings of the University.

12. The canteen of the university to switch to catering regime, with a corresponding request to the BFSA.

13. Continue to provide disinfectant and hygiene materials, including masks and gloves. Expenditure should be charged to budget account 2326 "Health and safety at work". The building managers should organize and control the hygiene and disinfection of the floors and surfaces of the University buildings according to the current instructions and in view of the pandemic situation.

14. The internal mail and the receiving of external shipments should be reorganized in a way that limits health risks.

15. The university drivers to monitor the disinfection of the vehicles after their use of groups of people and apply particularly strict personal hygiene and safety measures.

The present order should be communicated to the relevant officials, members of the academic staff, administration staff and students for information and execution.            

Date: 03/13/2020            

Interim President Dr. David Evans                                                                                   

Message to students staying on campus

Dear students,

You have chosen to remain on campus so far. Please consider the following information. 

Bulgaria is enforcing a state of emergency. Public gatherings, visits to restaurants, bars, shopping malls, cinemas, etc. are banned. As per paragraph 57 (3) of the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria, additional law amendments on these grounds can suspend some of the civil rights. 

When we have a case of the disease in town, your movement out of the residence halls will be restricted. When we have a case on campus, you will be confined to your room. We will find a way to bring you food, take out your trash, etc. 

Breaking quarantine in Bulgaria now is punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment. From now on the gathering of groups of more than 5 people on campus is not allowed. Alcohol consumption on campus is not allowed. Starting March 16, the front doors of the residence halls will be locked from 10 pm to 7 am the following morning. If you are unable to follow those restrictions, you will be removed from campus. 

If you remain on campus, you will be relocated to Skaptopara 1, as soon as we have vacated, cleaned and disinfected apartments. That will happen sometime in the next ten days. We advise you to use any opportunity, you have to go home. 

Sincerely, 

David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President

Additional information for students

Dear students,

In the past few days we received a lot of questions from many of you regarding fees, refunds and what is to come. We understand your concerns and are working hard to find the best possible solutions for you.

The situation right now is very dynamic with new measures and precautions being introduced daily. The administration is addressing all of these, prioritizing what is most important at any given moment. We are doing everything in our power to best serve our students, faculty and staff. 

We will share detailed responses to all questions and concerns we have received and will continue to receive. For some of these, we need more time to come up with solutions that will work best for our community. Please be patient.

What we know so far:

  • Classes will continue online as scheduled until the end of the semester
  • Students who cannot return home will be allowed to stay on campus
  • Graduating students will be able to complete their State Exams on time 
  • If there is an incidence of COVID-19 on campus, those still here will be in quarantine and not able to leave the residence hall; in that instance, we are working on plans for food and other needs

Thank you once again for your understanding as we navigate through these issues. Check your emails and aubg.edu regularly to keep updated. Stay safe!

Sincerely,

David R. Evans, Ph.D.
Interim President

Message from Interim President Dr. David Evans to students

Dear AUBG Students:

As you see from the community-wide announcement, the university’s leadership has determined that we must complete the semester online according to the procedures we have been following this week. I am sincerely sorry for the disruption this will cause, but it is now clear that we cannot resume “business as usual” before the end of this semester.

I know that you will have many questions, and I will try to answer the most critical ones here:

1. No student’s degree completion or progress to degree will be disrupted by this change.

2. If you are on campus now, we ask that you return to your permanent residence no later than 20 March, 2020, including moving your belongings.

However, if moving off-campus poses significant hardship for you, you may remain on campus through the end of the semester. “Significant hardship” includes unavailability of internet access or other technological resources, unsafe living conditions, serious financial challenges imposed by unscheduled travel, governmental travel restrictions, and similar matters. If you face such challenges, please contact Dean of Students Lydia Krise and Director of Housing Todor Kehayov to discuss your situation. I have instructed them to be flexible in accommodating such students.

We will ask all students remaining on campus to move to a designated area of Skaptopara 1 next week to consolidate services in a limited area, as we will be closing and disinfecting the other residence halls. We will also ask them to participate in active daily health monitoring. We will continue to provide counseling support, and Dr. Daskalov will be available for medical advice and support. The canteen and the Skapto 1 coffee shop/convenience store will remain open, though the canteen will open on a limited schedule. We will also develop a plan to provide appropriate student activities for the remainder of the semester and share that within the next few days. 

3. Students who are currently off-campus but have belongings in the residence halls are asked to retrieve their belongings by 20 March, 2020. If this is not possible, please notify Lydia Krise and Todor Kehayov to plan alternative arrangements. 

4. We are exploring ways to accommodate students enrolled in courses that cannot be easily taught online, such as the applied music classes. We are aware that some students need these courses to graduate, and will ensure that these students can graduate on time. 

5. We know that many students rely on summer work, especially the Work and Travel program in the U.S., to support their studies for the following year. We will work closely with the various groups involved to track developments in this program and keep students informed. At the moment, we have not received information about the status of Work and Travel for summer 2020. 

6. All on-campus activities for the remainder of the semester are canceled or postponed, including commencement. We are working on plans for many of them to take place in the fall. We will schedule a commencement ceremony for those graduates able to attend in the fall semester, and will do our best to ensure that it is a memorable celebration.

Once again, I am sorry for the challenges the COVID-19 virus is causing for your academic career. We are doing our best to minimize these challenges and to support you in every way we can.

Please do not hesitate to contact me or other members of the AUBG administration if we can provide further information. 

Best wishes, 

David R. Evans, Ph.D., Interim President

Remote work opportunities for staff

The university authorizes all staff who can properly perform most or all of your duties remotely to do so through Sunday, March 29. Employees should work with their manager/supervisor to develop a plan and coordinate with the OCC to settle any technological issues, if necessary. 

Finally, staff who are at increased risk from COVID-19 infection, including immunocompromised individuals, those with chronic respiratory or cardiac issues, those undergoing chemotherapy, and those with Type 1 diabetes, and those who share living accommodations with individuals with any such issues, please take extra care. In such cases, the university requests that managers/supervisors use additional reasonable discretion and flexibility in supporting and protecting our valuable colleagues.

New procedures for financial offices

Communication with the Accounting, Business, Financial Aid and Student Loan Offices

All communication with the Accounting and Business Offices shall be via email only. Please avoid as much as possible personal visits to these offices. We will aim to respond to your emails as soon as possible.

Advance Requests and Expense Claims

Students, faculty and staff should limit their personal visits to the Accounting and the Business Offices to request advance payments or to reimburse expense claims. In case you need to receive an urgent cash payment, please inform Angelina Georgieva in advance and obtain her pre-approval. Only urgent cash advances will be approved and processed. The Accounting Office reserves the right to postpone an advance payment request that is not considered urgent.  

To reduce the need for cash advances as much as possible, please avoid making cash payments to suppliers and vendors. Please obtain invoices from the vendors (electronic invoices are acceptable) and inform them that we will make the respective payments via bank transfers. Please send all invoices to the Accounting Office as per the following.

Documents Exchange with the Accounting, Financial Aid and Student Loan Offices

Please send all paperwork and documents (e.g. invoices, contracts, etc.) to the Accounting, Financial Aid and Student Loan Office via AUBG’s internal mail service only. The documents shall be placed in an envelope and addressed to the Accounting/Business Office in the Main Building and to the Financial Aid and Student Loan Offices in ABF Student Center. We will accept documents delivered by hand in a very limited number of instances provided we have been notified by email in advance.

If you need to receive any documents from the above offices, please send an e-mail to the respective office, indicating the location to which the documents have to be delivered (e.g. your name, Skaptopara I, Reception Desk).

Payment of Student Bills

All students will shortly receive an email notification that a student bill has been generated and is ready to be viewed. To view their bills, students should log into the AUBG student portal and click on the link entitled “Statement”.

All student bills must be settled before the due date stated on the bill. Until further notice, the Business Office will not accept any cash payments for tuition and fees. Student bills must be paid via a bank transfer or directly to AUBG’s bank accounts as shown on AUBG’s website. Please include your student ID number and the reason for making the payment in your wired transfers. No exceptions will be allowed. Should you require any information about your student bill, please contact Daniela Kovacheva.

Events by March 31 postponed

In light of the flu epidemic in Blagoevgrad and other regions of the country, as well as the global spread of the COVID-19 virus, the university leadership has decided to postpone campus events open to the general public till end of March.

Such events include Round 2 of the AUBG MultiTalent Quest (to happen in the fall of 2020), the third edition of HackAUBG (moved to April 3-5) and the Language and Culture Week. All events scheduled beyond March 31 will continue as planned unless new developments in the country will require further measures to be considered.

This decision comes after careful deliberation by the AUBG leadership. We understand and value the importance of all events happening throughout the year and how much they enrich our campus experience. The safety and wellbeing of everyone at AUBG, however, is our top priority. We call for your understanding as we continue to work hard to safeguard our community.

Students returning from Spring Break

We would like to ask those of you who use the Spring break for traveling abroad to help us to plan some possible actions in the future.  It is a part of our  plan to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on campus.

As you have been informed, AUBG is planning to find shelter for our students, who might be put under quarantine after returning from their vacations.  In order to calculate the needs, we need to know your itinerary and expected time of arrival to Bulgaria. For the Bulgarian students, it would also be helpful to know beforehand a possible delay of your return to classes due to a state-imposed quarantine.

Please, those of you traveling abroad, send an e-mail to healthcenter@aubg.edu or ventsi@aubg.edu with information about your trip itinerary and time schedule. Send this information as soon as you can – it will give us more time for planning. 

In case you refuse/miss to do this and it consequently leads to endangering other people’s health, you can be charged according to the state and/or university policies, including presenting the case to the Conduct Council.

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AUBG strongly advises all members of the community to avoid traveling to areas affected by the virus, in order to protect themselves and those around them. We ask you to be considerate of your safety and the safety of the AUBG community, Blagoevgrad and Bulgaria and comply with the measures recommended above.  

The university will contact all members of the community with any further developments on the situation. Please, check your emails frequently.  

For more information on COVID-19, visit the World Health Organization website and/or contact the AUBG Health Center.

Information in Bulgarian

Предвид мерки, препоръчани за ограничаване на разпространението на COVID-19 (новия коронавирус), и началото на пролетната
ваканция, настоятелно ви молим да бъдете внимателни при пътуване до места/страни, където има потвърдени случаи на заболели.

До днес, 28 февруари сутринта, няма официално потвърдени случаи на инфектирани с COVID-19 в България. Въпреки това, ние трябва отговорно да следваме предписанията, за да осигурим безопасността и доброто физическо състояние на общността на АУБ, което е и наш първостепенен приоритет. За да предотвратим евентуално разпространение на вируса в кампуса и в Благоевград, ви молим да следвате мерките, препоръчани от Министерството на образованието на Република България:

Студенти

  • Студентите, завръщащи се в България от страни с висок риск на COVID-19, потвърдени от Световната здравна организация (СЗО), трябва да съобщят за това в здравния център на университета и би трябвало да останат под доброволна карантина за 14 дни след завръщането си. Те могат да се завърнат в кампуса, ако не покажат никакви симптоми на инфекция в този период.
  • Ако студент развие симптоми на инфекция от COVID-19  в рамките на 14 дни от пристигането си от страни с висок риск, той/тя трябва незабавно да се свърже със здравния център на университета и/или със своя личен лекар за допълнителни предписания.
  • Ние ще дадем възможност на всеки един студент, който е под карантина, да продължи своето обучение безпрепятствено чрез осигуряването на онлайн участие в класовете. За повече информация за това как да се възползват от тази възможност, молим студентите да се свържат с учебен отдел.
  • Българските студенти, които са пътували до страни с висок риск, ще бъдат помолени да останат в домовете си за доброволна четиринадесетдневна изолация.
  • На чуждестранните студенти, които са пътували до държави с висок риск, но не могат да се върнат в родните си страни, ще бъде предложено място за настаняване извън общежитията „Скаптопара“.

Преподаватели и служители

  • Преподавателите и служителите, завръщащи се в България от страни с висок риск на COVID-19, потвърдени от СЗО, трябва да информират здравния център на университета, офис „Човешки ресурси“ и/или Декана на преподавателите, както и да последват съветите за безопасност и да останат в доброволна двуседмична изолация, преди да се завърнат. Препоръчително е да се завърнат към задълженията си в кампуса, ако не проявяват никакви симптоми на инфекцията в този период.
  • Ако преподавател или служител развие симптоми на COVID-19 инфекция в рамките на 14 дни след завръщане от страна с висок риск, трябва да незабавно да уведоми здравния център на университета и/или личния си лекар за допълнителни предписания.

АУБ настоятелно препоръчва на всички членове на общността да избягват зони, засегнати от COVID-19, за да защитят себе си и околните. Молим ви да бъдете отговорни и да положите всички усилия да предпазите себе си, общността на АУБ и Благоевград, като следвате предписанията, описани по-горе. 

Университетът ще установи контакт с вас при допълнително развитие на ситуацията. Моля, проверявайте имейлите си регулярно.

За повече информация относно COVID-19 посетете онлайн сайта на СЗО и/или се свържете със здравния център на университета.

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