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Coronavirus measures

Coronavirus measures being taken in your country may be very different from the Dutch approach. The Dutch government's strategy is based on individual responsibility and accountability. However, everyone in the Netherlands is expected to abide by and respect these protocols in order to protect the health and safety of yourself and your community. On this page, you will find an explanation of the basic rules in place at AUC, the UvA and by the Dutch government, and what you can expect when you arrive on campus.

Updated measures at AUC

Last updated: 22 August 2022

As the effects of booster shots, vaccinations and acquired immunity reduce hospitalisations in the Netherlands, the Dutch government has taken major steps in relaxing many of the coronavirus measures in place. As of 23 March 2022, nearly all measures have been lifted and only basic advice applies.

Adjusting to education as restrictions ease

As we adjust to education amid easing restrictions, it remains important for us to keep showing consideration and understanding for each other. We also kindly ask that you keep the following in mind: 

Current AUC students should continue to check their email and monitor announcements on the Student Information Canvas environment for more information and relevant updates.