People returning from high-risk zones
To this day, high-risk zones are defined as the following:
People returning from these zones must strictly respect the following directives, with immediate effect and throughout the 14 days of their return:
- Stay off Rennes SB campus
- Monitor your temperature twice a day.
- Monitor any sign of respiratory infections (cough, difficulty in breathing…).
- Wash your hands regularly and use antiseptic hand gel.
- Avoid contact with individuals recognized as “fragile” (pregnant women, people with chronic illnesses, old people…).
- Avoid places where fragile populations go (hospitals, maternities, homes for old-aged pensioners…).
- Avoid going out unless absolutely necessary (especially to attend large meetings, restaurants, cinemas…).
- It is not obligatory to wear a mask, but it could become so.
- If possible, avoid all contact with friends and fellow-students (meetings, elevators, canteens…).
In case of fever or a feverish sensation, cough, breathing difficulties, etc., which occur in the 14 days following your return:
- Do not go to your doctor or emergency hospital wards.
- Immediately isolate yourself by staying at home and respecting the quarantine rules whilst waiting for medical recommendations.
- Quickly contact the emergency SAMU Center (dial 15 on your phone) and share with them details of your trip.
- Avoid all contact with those around you and keep a mask on.
General recommendations for all members of our community and for fragile individuals
Upgrading to Stage 2 makes it all the more important to conform with health measures for each and every one of us. Here are the most important steps:
- Wash your hands very regularly.
- Salute people without shaking their hands, avoid taking them in your arms.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow.
- Use handkerchiefs just once.
- Should you be ill, wear a mask when going out.
Adapting coursework: Given the exceptional circumstances, all those who visited one of the high-risk zones are exonerated from mandatory classes and exams during 14 days starting from the date of return from the high-risk zone. Your absence will be excused provided you inform the Aloha Square by email.
Please contact your academic supervisor for more information.
We would like to thank you in advance for following these new recommendations with the greatest vigor.
As we said before, there are no cases of contamination detected within our community.
The local and national situation is evolving: we will keep you informed of all new measures and decisions, in close collaboration with the health authorities.
Reminder of previous instructions:
If you have been in an area where the virus is actively circulating, during the last 14 days, in case of fever or feeling of fever, cough, difficulty breathing, within 14 days of your return:
- Quickly contact the SAMU Centre 15 (or the European emergency number 112) and report your trip.
- Avoid any contact with people around you, keep your mask.
- Do not go directly to the doctor or to the hospital emergency room.
- Inform only your doctor and the RENNES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS by phone or email:
For non-medical questions:
- Toll-free number platform: +33 (0)800 130 000 (in French - open 7/7 from 9am to 7pm, free call)
- Questions and answers online: https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus
If you have any health-related questions about these instructions, please contact the Aloha Square
We ask RENNES SCHOOL OF BUSINESS students, professors to postpone any travel to high-risk areas, in the provinces concerned, in accordance with the recommendations of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Health and Higher Education, Research and Innovation, which recommend:
- Postpone any departure of students, researchers, teacher-researchers and administrative staff to High-risk areas, which is not essential.
- Recommend that students, researchers, teacher-researchers and staff on mobility in High-risk areas consider temporarily interrupting their stay until local conditions improve.
- Postpone all departures to any high-risk area in view of local restrictions.