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Update: Corona measures phased out

The press conference on Tuesday 15 February delivered good news: restrictions are being phased out and society is opening up again! Within the UvH, we need to take fewer measures to combat the virus as well. The following guidelines now apply:


  • From Friday 18 February onwards, the maximum group size of 75 persons will no longer apply. The lecture halls (and the canteen!) can again be fully used. Physical education will be the starting point, but in some cases, after consultation with students (or forced by quarantine of the lecturer), lecturers can also continue to use online and hybrid education - appropriate to the layout of the meetings and the IT possibilities in the room.
  • As of Friday 25 February, the obligation to wear a mouth mask is no longer required, even in the lecture hall. However, the government does recommend wearing a mouth mask if a distance of 1.5 metres cannot be maintained.
  • For employees, the existing directive to work at home for half of the working time remains in force.

 These relaxations can only be implemented if everyone sticks to the general guidelines:


  • Rooms must be sufficiently ventilated. CO2 meters have been installed in various places in the building, and it remains advisable to open windows and doors regularly.
  • Observe all hygiene measures: wash hands regularly, cough and sneeze into your elbow, avoid shaking hands.
  • If you have symptoms, stay home and get tested. If you test positive, follow the quarantine measures in place.
  • Do a self-test twice a week.

The press conference on Tuesday 15 February delivered good news: measures are being phased out and society is opening up again. Within the UvH fewer measures are necessary too.