On this page, we will post all information on Covid-19. Here you will find all the Dutch governmental policies, guidelines set by the RIVM, and the WHO. You will also find our own decisions, as the organisation of HMUN 2021, and the Covid-19 policy we have set up and will abide by for this year’s conference.

The HMUN 2021 conference policy, in regards to Registration and others, can be found here.

Rijksoverheid/Goverment (as of the 1st of September 2021)

In bigger rooms or spaces, where more than 100 people can be together, it is obligated to have reservations and participate in a health check at the entrance. When these measures are observed there is no maximum to the number of people that can be present, but it is necessary to have traffic flows around, for example, the entrances, exits, and sanitary facilities well separated from one another.
Without a health check and reservations, a maximum of 100 people is allowed per room, provided that there can be

sufficient distancing.
The traffic flows must be well separated.

Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu/ National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (as of the 1st of September 2021)

Symptoms COVID-19

People with COVID-19 often have symptoms such as:

  • Cold symptoms (nasal cold, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat)

  • Coughing

  • Shortness of breath

  • Elevated temperature or a fever (above 38 degrees Celsius)

  • Sudden loss of taste and smell (without nasal congestion)

Do you have one or more of these symptoms?

Stay at home, get tested, recuperate. 

It depends on the test results (positive or negative) whether you can go outside again and whether your household members must stay home as well. 

If you have a fever and/or difficulty breathing, everyone in your household must stay at home.

Click here to see full page in Dutch.
Click here to see full page in English.

World Health Organisation (as of the 4th of June)

Protect yourself and others from the spread COVID-19.

Click here to see full page.

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