How do I get my self-collection kit?


How can I get a self-sampling kit?

Every week, every student and staff member on the site is encouraged to get a self-sampling kit.  You will have to show your ULiège ID when you pick up your kit. Taking additional kits for other people is not allowed.

Where and when will the kits be distributed (from february 8, 2021)?

There are currently 7 distribution and collection points on the city of Liège and Sart-Tilman campuses:

Distribution and collection points Schedule
A1  Entrance hall Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am
Bus stop 48 - Amphitheatres Monday to Friday from 8 am to 1.30 pm
CHU -End of road 688 - Link B23/B36 - Level 0 Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am
B52 Grand Rue (niveau 0) Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am
B67 Main entrance hall  Monday to Friday from 8 am to 1.30 pm
E1 Main hall Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am
N1 In the front of Lecture Theatre 050 Monday to Friday from 8am to 11am

 

Arlon Campus :

Distribution and collection points Schedule
Home Wednesdays, from 8am to 12pm (distribution only)
Building 140 - Local 0/24a Tuesdays, from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm (distribution only)
Building 140 - Local 0/24a Thursday, from 8am to 12pm (distribution and return of kits)

 

Gembloux Campus :

Distribution and collection points Schedule
G9 Cloister Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 8am to 12pm
G48 Plant Biology Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 8am to 12pm
G140 Terra Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 8am to 12pm

Is it possible to adapt the self-sampling kit locations and distribution times?

The locations and distribution times of the self-sampling kits are determined to allow a maximum number of students and staff, who are present on the site, to take the tests, and to deliver the results as quickly as possible (ideally the evening of the day the sample is submitted) . Unfortunately, it is not possible to adapt the logistics to the individual situations of students or staff members.  The kit distribution locations and times are regularly evaluated and can be modified to take into account the presence of large groups on the University's sites.

How do I carry out the self-sampling test?

To find out how to carry out my self-collection I can refer to the instructions for use available here.

Self-test Kit Instructions - pictures or pdf

What should I do if my test kit is incomplete or defective?

Incomplete (one or more parts are missing from the kit box) or defective (unusable parts) self-sampling kits must be returned and exchanged for a new test kit.  This exchange can take place at any kit distribution point.

 

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