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COVID-19 – Situation at Rennes School of Business

Here is the latest information related to the COVID-19 at Rennes School of Business.

Last updated: 20/12/2021

Here is all the latest information related to the COVID-19 crisis at Rennes School of Business.

Following the instructions received from the supervisory authority, the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Rennes School of Business has put new measures in place on campus:

  • Favouring face-to-face teaching as much as possible
  • Obligation to wear a mask in all circumstances and at all times, particularly in the classroom
  • No festivities at all events: no catering, cocktails or snacks
  • Elimination of collective catering in the cafeteria, replaced by take-away food

In order to collectively succeed in passing the current wave, it is essential that we all, and each one of us, act responsibly by scrupulously respecting the instructions of the Ministry of Solidarity and Health in case of contact cases or symptoms. In summary :

  • if the vaccination scheme is complete, the person must as soon as possible carry out a screening test and inform potential contact cases, then carry out a 2nd screening test (RT-PCR, TAG) 7 days after the last contact with the patient or if the person lives with the patient, if the first test is negative there is no obligation to isolate.
  • if the vaccination scheme is incomplete, the person should isolate, perform a PCR test with a 7 day isolation if negative or 10 days if positive, and complete the sequence with a test at the end of the isolation.
  • if the person is symptomatic, the protocol to be applied is the same as for an incomplete vaccination schedule.
  • isolation is mandatory for positive cases.
  • in all of the above situations, please contact Feel Good by telephone on +33 (0)6 85 03 73 33.

Full details are available on the dedicated CPAM website for Ille et Vilaine at:

We remain vigilant and will adapt the measures taken, as we have done for the past 18 months, according to the instructions received from the government authorities, which are in fact evolving ; the latest government announcements being valid for the time being until 7 January 2022.

At the beginning of January, depending on health developments and instructions from the authorities, the rules in force may change.

Aloha services remain open remotely and can be reached by all students.


For any other questions:

  • The Aloha team is ready to help students and parents with specific questions. Please contact us via this contact form.
  • Anyone who is not a student or parent can get in touch at