28/03/2020.
''Something Strange Happened in My City''
Prompted by the current situation concerning the Coronavirus pandemic, Prof. Sanja Tatalović Vorkapić, Ph.D., from the UNIRI Faculty of Teacher Education, translated the booklet "Something Strange Happened in My City" into Croatian. The booklet can serve as a guide for children and their parents, as well as educators and teachers, and facilitate clarification for children of this sudden situation.
19/03/2020.
COVID-19: New Telephone Lines
On March 18, 2020, the Public Health Teaching Institute of the Primorje-Gorski kotar County opened new phone lines exclusively for questions related to COVID-19: +385 51 554 801 +385 51 554 802 +385 51 554 803 +385 51 358 707 In addition to the well-known unique European emergency number 112, 113 is now also available for all questions related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic....
17/03/2020.
Volunteers Needed!
Dear students and colleagues, Following the rapid spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Europe and the world, we are confronted with a new situation that has changed our habits. In the current situation, the most important measure is to protect yourself and others, to be in solidarity and to do the best you can in the current circumstances. It is extremely important that those belonging to at-risk groups – persons over sixty years of ag...
16/03/2020.
UNIRI Library New Working Hours
Due to the situation concerning the Coronavirus, University Library Rijeka has changed its working hours for the forthcoming period according to the instructions given by the Ministry of Science, Education and Sports in Croatia. The Library will be open for students and University staff only, as an integral component of the learning process, to ensure remote (online) classes proceed without obstruction. For everyone else, the Library is closed. We are also temporarily suspending the use of reading ro...
13/03/2020.
COVID-19: Recommendations for management of panic & everyday accessible psy...
Dear international students, guests at the University of Rijeka,   Following the rapid spread of the coronavirus, for the past couple of weeks, we have been overwhelmed with information. In the whole array of bombastic news titles, we often focus more on the negative and the frightening ones, while neglecting the positive ones. Increased focus on negative information is an innate survival mechanism. Perceiving danger fosters concern and helpful behaviors focused on our protection. Still, in this new and unknown ...
12/03/2020.
COVID-19: Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers
On March 10, 2020, the Croatian Institute for Public Health issued Interim Guidance for Business and Employers, with the aim to respond to Coronavirus disease. Perform routine environmental cleaning:- Routinely clean all frequently touched surfaces in the workplace, such as workstations, countertops, and doorknobs. Use the cleaning agents that are usually used in these areas and follow the directions on the label.- No additional disinfection beyond routine cleaning is recommended at this time...
11/03/2020.
IMPORTANT LINKS - Coronavirus (COVID-19)
The University of Rijeka, in close cooperation with the competent regional and national authorities, continuously monitors and coordinates the prevention and other activities related to coronavirus infection. Follow the instructions and protect our university and the wider community. Useful links:Ministry of Science and Education
02/03/2020.
Protective Measures Against Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Procedures for inspecting travelers entering Croatia have been established to ensure the highest levels of protection for public health and travelers with minimal disturbance to international traffic. Since 24 February 2020, preventive measures have been in effect which include medical supervision of persons who have spent time in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Iran, Singapore, South Korea, and the Lombardy, Veneto, Emilia-Romagna, and Piedmont regions of Italy. For persons who have spent ...