On Saturday 25th September, the domestic Covid-19 restrictions were liftet. We can now return to a more normal everyday life, but with a higher contingency level. Your are no longer required to socially distance, and we can take advantage of the full capacity in meeting rooms, restaurants, etc. Rules regarding the number of people who can participate in events are phased out.
Please remember that even after restrictions are lifted, a higher contingency level will be maintained.
The following requirements will still apply:
- Keeping a good hand hygiene.
- If you get symptoms of a respiratory infection, you should get yourself tested. This also applies to people who are vaccinated
- If you become infected with corona, you must isolate yourself to avoid infecting others.
- It is recommended that unvaccinated people who are living with someone who has been infected, should be tested or quarantined. Close acquaintances who are unvaccinated, do not need to go into quarantine, but they should take a test.
- Please note that there are still some restrictions for international travelling.
For further information, please see the government's websites
National infection control measures apply on all campuses.
Campuses are open to students, including libraries and reading rooms. On-campus teaching activities are allowed for groups of students, but larger lectures and gatherings should be avoided. Exams will take place as planned. The staff members should continue to work from home if possible.