LIT addresses the coronavirus in Ireland: FAQs, live updates, support and useful videos

LIT adheres to the advice of the Irish government and the Chief Medical Officer.

Further restrictions were introduced across Ireland by the authorities on Friday, March 27th. These restrictions involve everybody staying at home in all circumstances, except for certain defined situations, until midnight on Sunday, April 12th. These restrictions are in addition to LIT’s current bar on face-to-face teaching, which will not end before Sunday, April 19th at the earliest.

LIT has been maintaining essential services for staff and students, they are continuing to deliver teaching and learning through online and remote means during this period.

This partner is working closely with the Health and Safety Environment (HSE) in a number of areas. This work requires certain staff continuing to physically be on campus in order to directly support the HSE. Such staff are authorised to leave home and to work on campus for this purpose. The only support services available on campus are those which are necessary for this work to continue. Staff attendance is not required on campus unless you have been asked by your line manager to undertake an essential service.

The human resources and LIT facilities involved are likely to evolve further as the situation develops.

LIT’s work to tackle the Covid-19:

In addition, through its website our irish partner has established several resources to keep up with th coronavirus crisis: