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          ​​​​​​​     Dear Members of the Academic Community, We are living in particular complex times. The precipitous evolution of the situation caused by COVID-19 has led to the declaration of a State of Emergency in Portugal, which came into effect at 0:00 on 22 March. In the past few days, we have needed to... (ver mais)
   
                    Due to the evolution of the outbreak of COVID-19, the Rectory of the University of Algarve decreed the suspension of classroom teaching activities, as a measure to combat the escalation of this disease. It is time for prevention, containment, social responsibility and civic... (ver mais)
     
          ​​​​​​​     Dear students, Following the previous statement of suspension of classroom activities in the period from March 12th to March 27, here we inform that the formal beginning of distance learning activities is scheduled for March 18th. For this reason, immediately, be aware of all information that will be... (ver mais)
   
          Students, Following the decision to suspend classroom activities from March 12th to 27th, the University of Algarve will reduce the attendance for its services For this purpose, the services should preferably be contacted through the respective email and telephone contacts available on the University of Algarve portal. In... (ver mais)
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          ​​​​​​​     Announcement to the Academic Community,   The University of Algarve has been following all the guidelines and decisions of the national public health authorities regarding measures to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19. To date, UAlg has no knowledge of any confirmed or suspected... (ver mais)
   
          ​​​​​​​The Portuguese Directorate-General for Health informs that to date, and following the guidelines of the World Health Organization (WHO), there are no restrictions on the stay in our country of citizens returning from China, or other affected areas. Further information is available on the DGS website www.dgs.pt   ... (ver mais)
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