Until Friday 25 February 2022, the obligation to wear a face mask still applies in the buildings of UT. As of 25 February 2022, it is no longer necessary to wear one; however, we strongly advise you to wear one at busy times and in busy places.
Please note: to ensure that vulnerable people are able to travel safely, the requirement to wear a face mask on public transport and at airports will remain in force even after 25 February.
The Dutch government advises not to use cloth mouth caps anymore, but disposable type II face masks. These are (medical) mouth caps that consist of multiple layers and offer better protection. This will be stated on the packaging of type II masks, and you will also find a CE mark.
Wearing a face mask in public helps prevent the spread of COVID-19 — but only if worn properly, covering both your nose and mouth. Read the mask-wearing tips of Johns Hopkins Medicine to get the maximum protection for yourself and others.