Are you planning to take part in the Fadderfestival and visiting the festival areas? If so you will be required to have a valid (or green on helsenorge.no) covid certificate to enter (EU certificate is not valid according to Helsenorge). If you do not have a valid covid certificate, you can now book a rapid test and get a valid certficate for 24 hours.
This year, all participants who enter festival area 1 (Campus Ullandhaug) and festival area 2 (the Geopark in the center of Stavanger) must show a valid (green) corona certificate to enter the area. You get the certificate either because you have been vaccinated, have had corona or have a negative rapid test that still applies (for current conditions for obtaining a corona certificate, see Helsenorge.no).
- Fadder organizes quick testing free of charge for all participants on Sunday 15th of August from 18.00.-21.00 and throughout the fadderweek from 09.00.-17.00. The test station can be found on the Ullandhaug campus, next to Hagbard Line's house.
BUT ALL STUDENTS GET THE COVID-19 TEST FOR FREE!!!
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This year, as last year, the Fadderfestival will be a little different. Several smaller events are planned and they will be spread around the campus and in the city center to prevent large crowds. The number of participants per event will follow national and local recommendations. We work to ensure that you get a social and festive start to the year without covid-19 spreading!
- We have gone for a new strategy this year, where the plan is to divide the sponsor festival into three areas, with a varied program in each area. There will be areas on Campus Ullandhaug, and one in the center by Geoparken, says Sponsor Manager Mille Marie Isaksen Lillemoen.
Fadder UiS has introduced a number of measures to prevent a potential spread of covid-19 among the students of the Fadderfestival, but much of the responsibility falls on you who participate.
Frequent and thorough hand washing, frequent use of disinfectant and keeping a distance of at least 1 meter is absolutely essential to limit infection. It is important that you feel sick, or have symptoms such as sore throat, decreased sense of taste or fever, you must stay at home.
Fadder UiS also makes arrangements to be able to assist the municipality with infection detection in the event of an outbreak. This means that we have the full name, e-mail and telephone number of all participants at all events throughout the Fadderfestival.
If you have further questions about the coronavirus and infection control, you can contact us directly, or call FHI's information telephone. If infection or worsening of the disease is suspected, contact the Stavanger emergency room, and with an acute illness, contact 113.
FHI's information telephone: 81555015
Stavanger Emergency Room: 116117