Last Check & Update: April 2021
Kebijakan Pemerintah Belanda
Berikut adalah peraturan terkait wabah COVID yang berlaku hingga 20 April 2021 di Belanda yang dirangkum dari situs resmi Pemerintah Belanda:
In and around the home
- Receive no more than 1 person aged 13 or over at your home per day.
- Visit no more than 1 other household per day.
- Work from home. Only go to work if you cannot work from home.
- Only go outside alone, with members of your own household or with 1 other person who is not a member of your own household.
- A curfew applies from 22.00 to 4.30. You only go outdoors with a valid reason.
- Funerals may be attended by no more than 50 people.
- Weddings may be attended by no more than 30 people.
Locations are closed
Most locations are closed, including:
- theatres, concert halls, cinemas, casinos, etc.
- zoos, amusement parks, etc.
- indoor sports facilities such as gyms, swimming pools, saunas and spas
- restaurants, bars and cafes.
Locations that are (partially) open
- Shops selling essential items like food and drink, as well as chemists.
- Shops can offer a ‘click and collect’ service and shopping by appointment is also possible.
- People with a contact-based profession can perform their work. You can go to a hairdresser or masseur or have a driving lesson. Only sex work remains prohibited.
- Hotels are open, but guests are not permitted to eat or order food in the hotel. Restaurants can provide food as a takeaway or delivery service but guests must eat it in their room.
Childcare and education
- Daycare centres for children aged under 4 are open.
- Primary schools are open.
- Out-of-school care remains closed, except for emergency childcare for the children of key workers.
- Secondary schools are open. These schools are mainly offering remote and online learning to their pupils. Each pupil attends in-person lessons at least 1 day per week.
- Secondary vocational education (MBO) has partially reopened. These schools are mainly offering remote and online learning. Each student attends in-person lessons 1 day per week.
- Higher professional education institutions (HBO) and universities are offering remote and online learning.
- Pupils and students can attend their school, institution or university in person for practical training, tests and exams.
- Vulnerable pupils and students can also be offered support on site at their school, institution or university.
- Children under 13 can take part in swimming lessons in order to obtain their swimming diploma (A, B or C).
- Children aged 17 and under are allowed to take part in team sports outdoors and may play matches among themselves.
- Young adults aged 18 to 26 can take part in sports activities at outdoor sports facilities. They can also take part in matches and competitions against teams from their own club.
- Adults aged 27 and over can participate in sports activities at outdoor sports facilities in groups of up to 4 people. In other outdoor locations, adults are only permitted to participate in sports alone or in pairs.
- Travel by train, bus, metro or taxi only if your journey is essential.
- Stay in the Netherlands. Do not travel abroad in the period up to and including 15 May.
Kebijakan Wageningen University
Berikut adalah protokol dan peraturan yang berlaku di kampus Wageningen University yang dirangkum dari situs Wageningen University:
- Non-curricular educational activities such as Studium Generale, study association activities, and student training programmes, are not allowed (see FAQ). This includes all Wageningen Academy and WCDI activities.
- PhD graduations and inauguration ceremonies will be held online.
- Location-bound research activities in our buildings and facilities, including research in the context of education, are possible with strict adherence to hygiene and preventive measures.
- For internships/graduates: if the activities continue, the internship will also continue.
- All multi-day excursions are cancelled.
- Excursions can only take place when performed by groups of two. This also applies for field research and visits in the Netherlands, within the RIVM guidelines (including transport). Course coordinators will inform students about this.
- The opening hours of the buildings have changed. Catering facilities have closed. Take-away is still available. The Leeuwenborch Library is closed. The Forum Library is open. There is a very limited number of study areas available for WUR students who cannot study at home (advance reservation needed). Sportcentre de Bongerd will provide online classes. The canteen is closed.
- Participation in meetings, e.g. employee training, at non-WUR locations is not permitted.
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