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Tag Archives: coronavirus
Why I didn’t hesitate?
I believe all students have found themselves looking at their timetables and wondering which lecture will be taken to the online format sooner or later. September starts in a few days, but the coronavirus situation is not much brighter than last autumn. Fortunately, we now have the opportunity to get vaccinated, and thanks … Continue reading
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Anything but usual: My Erasmus stay in Tartu
It all started at the very first exam of my master’s studies. After the end of the exam, I asked my professor for a recommendation of a good place to go to an Erasmus+ study stay – somewhere I could … Continue reading
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Moving to the country in the midst of the coronavirus crisis: Have cities reached their growth limit?
Professor of Urban and Population Geography Tiit Tammaru writes about the urban-to-rural migration in Estonia in the light of coronavirus. Continue reading
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Health as a value, health as a right
Philosopher Francesco Orsi analyzes how health came out on top of fundamental values in the coronavirus pandemics. Continue reading
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Researchers from home: You need to be more organized
Four University of Tartu researchers tell about their work and life in home offices during the outbreak of COVID-19. Continue reading
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Student diary: Deciding about “going back” and getting reliable information on COVID-19
Efe and Ege Ergür, second year medical students at the University of Tartu, write about why they decided to stay in Estonia and where to look for reliable sources on COVID-19. Continue reading
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