Corona measures Aletta Jacobs Hall
Various measures have been taken to ensure that both exams and lectures can safely take place in the Aletta Jacobs Hall. The measures taken by the RIVM and the general rules of the University of Groningen also apply in the Aletta Jacobs Hall. In addition to these measures, there are a number of general rules for the Aletta Jacobs Hall, everyone is expected to adhere to the walking routes and each visitor must carry out a health check beforehand.
- General rules Aletta Jacobs Hall
- Walking Routes and traveling
- Health Check
- Get tested for COVID-19
- Measures for Lecture Rooms and Exam Halls
- Information per target group
- Frequently asked questions
General rules Aletta Jacobs Hall
The measures in the Aletta Jacobs Hall are summarised into six general rules. The general rules apply to all those present in the building. Because many students are present in the Aletta Jacobs Hall at the same time, it is important that everyone adheres to the rules so that it remains safe to take exams and attend lectures.
Walking routes and traveling
Every visitor to the Aletta Jacobs Hall is required to perform a health check beforehand. If one or more of the questions from the check are answered 'yes', the visitor must stay at home and is not allowed to enter the Aletta Jacobs Hall. When answering all questions with 'no', the visitor is allowed to enter the Aletta Jacobs Hall.
Get tested for COVID-19
The University of Groningen, Hanze University of Applied Sciences and Noorderpoort have set up a rapid testing centre at Zernike Campus (Blauwborgje 8). By setting up rapid testing, we can make in-person meetings safer for one another. We also hope to soon be able to facilitate in-person teaching again with this procedure. We kindly ask you to consider getting a test, but of course you can decide this for yourself.
You may only get a rapid test if you have no symptoms and if you need to visit a University building for an exam, lecture or seminar or to study. You can book a rapid test up to seven days in advance. If you do indeed have coronavirus symptoms, please book a regular test via the Municipal Health Service (GGD). If you are an employee of the UMCG, you will follow the testing policy that applies there.
Answers to questions such as: How long is the test result valid?; How do I get the test result?; When should I get tested?; can be found on the Q&A rapid testing centre page.
Measures for Lecture Rooms and Exam Halls
Information per target group
For each target group, information is available for the measures in the Aletta Jacobs Hall. In this way, we ensure that lectures and exams can take place safely.
Frequently asked questions
Below you can find the answers to a number of frequently asked questions about the corona measures in the Aletta Jacobs Hall. If you have any other questions, please contact your teacher or the exam coordinator of your faculty.
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