The following codes of conduct apply to all forms of presence in UT buildings during the restrictive measures in the context of COVID-19 (coronavirus). These are based on the general guidelines of RIVM (NHS), the protocol of the VSNU and the general UT guidelines.
- You may enter the campus or a UT building, provided you have been free from any symptoms of the coronavirus disease. These symptoms are:
- Cold-like symptoms (such as a runny nose, sneezing and/or a sore throat)
- Shortness of breath or pneumonia
- An elevated temperature (up to 38 degrees)
- A fever (above 38 degrees)
- A sudden loss of smell or taste (without a blocked nose)
If you have any of these symptoms, make an appointment to get tested.
- Check the tool if you have come into contact with someone who has been infected: www.utwente.nl/can-i-come-to-campus.
- Wash your hands regularly (min. 6x per day) for 20 seconds with soap and water or use an anti-bacterial hand gel that contains at least 70% alcohol (only for clean hands) Clean your hands at least whenever you enter a UT building, after sneezing or blowing your nose, before preparing/eating food, after using the toilet, after traveling with public transport and after cleaning activities.
- Cough and sneeze into the inside of your elbow.
- If you cough/sneeze, use a paper tissue, then throw it in a dustbin and wash your hands.
- Do not shake hands.
- Wear a face mask as of Monday, 30 August 2021 in all buildings on campus when moving around (with the exception of U Parkhotel, High Tech Factory and The Gallery), and also within the building of the ITC faculty.
- Do not touch your face or touch it as little as possible.
- Wherever possible, use your own work materials (eg keyboard, mouse, pen and (head) phones) and use the cleaning products offered to keep them sanitised
- If possible, close the toilet lid after using the toilet and before flushing.
- In general traffic areas (e.g. halls, corridors, stairwells) keep to the right and look to your right when passing.
- There is a maximum group size of 75 people in a room and 75 students (excluding teachers and supervisors) in a classroom provided that the ventilation capacity allows this. It is a joint responsibility to ensure maximum group sizes will not be exceeded.
For organising parties:
- Appoint a corona official who oversees compliance with the regulations and give them the authority to send individuals home, if they fail to comply with the regulations.
- Inform everyone present about the duties and authorities of the corona official.
- Make sure that everyone present knows the regulations (demonstrably) and conforms to them.
- Make sure there is good ventilation in your building (co-ordinate this with the Facility Team Leader of CFM).