Last updated: 16 November 2022
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We are now better protected against coronavirus, but the virus is still among us. So please continue to follow the basic measures as a precaution. By doing so, you reduce the chance of getting infected and you take into consideration the interests of others concerned about their health.
National COVID measures have all been lifted but the basic recommendations remain in place: cough and sneeze in your elbow, wash your hands regularly, avoid shaking hands.
Stay at home and get tested. Check quarantainecheck.rijksoverheid.nl for more information and see if it is necessary to quarantine. If you want to stay at home as a precaution, please discuss this with your professor or supervisor to see what the possibilities are regarding studying and working from home.
All restrictions on teaching, exams, events or other activitities on campus are lifted. Wearing a face mask is no longer mandatory. If you prefer to wear a face mask however, you are free to do so.
It remains important to be vaccinated and to take a test when you develop symptoms. Self-tests are available at the building entrances on campus or you can make an appointment via coronatest.nl or planjeprik.nl.
Find more information here. Do you have a specific question about your situation, please contact the education office of your faculty or the Central Student Service Desk.
All buildings have sufficient ventilation according to RIVM guidelines. We will closely monitor the ventilation systems continuesly.
We are following the travel advice of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The situation often demands customised solutions. Always contact your manager or the contact person at your faculty to discuss the situation that is specific to you. Find specific information about travels regarding UvA here.
Working from home and hybrid working will remain possible at the UvA. You can make agreements about this with your team and manager. Check the staff website for tips, guidelines and the UvA policy on hybrid working.