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Recently, more education on campus became possible within limits. In order to keep the number of infections as low as possible, it is important for everyone who comes to campus to perform regular self-tests. These tests are available to order online free of charge as of Wednesday 5 May. You can read about self-testing at UvA below.

How can you order a test?

You can request a test through zelftestonderwijs.nl. The test will then be delivered to your home. The aim is to make at least two self-tests per week available to everyone.

When should you take a test?

You should take a self-test before coming to campus and if you have no specific coronavirus symptoms. If you do have symptoms, take a test at the Municipal Health Service (GGD).

Even with the self-tests, it is still important to keep 1.5 metres of distance between one another, wash your hands regularly and wear a face mask when moving around the buildings.

Why should I take a test?

Self-testing is an important way of keeping the number of new infections as low as possible. It allows you to protect others from infection and help us to resume education on the campus as a result. By doing your part and taking these tests, you can help to keep the campus a safe place.

Any questions?