La UPC protegida

The UPC plan for progressively reinstating face-to-face activities presents the criteria for doing so on UPC campuses once it is authorised by the competent authorities. In the current exceptional circumstances, this roadmap is subject to any changes that the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic requires. The following are the general criteria that are applicable during the various stages of the plan, as approved by the Governing Council on 14 May 2020; the complete text may be consulted here (only in Catalan).



Resuming normality

From 19 June.

All UPC  campuses are in this stage.

FAQs on the end of the lockdown

The COVID-19 pandemic obliges us to make changes in the way buildings and facilities are managed. The aim is for the UPC to be protected with everyone's collaboration.

In UPC buildings

  1. Disinfection and cleaning are essential in the fight against COVID-19 and they require everyone's collaboration.


  2. Find the Punt Net:punt net at which the protective equipment that is needed at each moment is distributed.

  3. Remember that some facilities and machinery are temporarily unavailable.


  4. Reduce your use of different spaces, and avoid contact with the surfaces in the building as much as possible.


Everyone is committed

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Avoid crowding. Enter and leave in a staggered fashion.

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Maintain the minimum interpersonal distance.

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Wash your hands with soap and water or hand sanitiser when you enter or leave a building.


Sneeze and cough into your elbow and use disposable tissues. Avoid handshakes and kisses.

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Avoid touching your face, particularly the eyes, nose and mouth.


Everyone must wear their own face mask in all the public areas.

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Monitoring COVID-19 in the UPC community

During the four stages for reinstating face-to-face activities at the University, members of the community who have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus continue to be monitored regularly. Participation is voluntary and allows the impact of the crisis on the University to be monitored.
Information is available here .


Questions and queries

Updated 19.06.2020