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Information for students and employees who were in Stockholm on April 7

News: Apr 07, 2017

It was with dismay that we Friday received the news of a suspected terror attack in central Stockholm.

We know that students and staff from the University of Gothenburg were in Stockholm on Friday. Students in need of crisis support because of the incident are asked to contact The Student Health Centre (Akademihälsan). Employees in need of similar support can contact Previa.

For more information on crisis support at the University of Gothenburg, please visit the webpage Where to call in an emergency.

The article was updated April 9 at 4 pm.

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Originally published on: www.gu.se

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