Corona measures

01 March 2022


Please
use this government site 
https://quarantainecheck.rijksoverheid.nl/nl if you need to place your child in quarantine and plan for their return to school.



Following the latest Government press conference our Covid-19 protocol has now been updated to reflect changes. 

The main points shared were:

  • Children under the age of 13 no longer need to be quarantined after contact with an infected person if they have no complaints.
  •  Entire classes no longer have to go home if there are three or more infections in the class.
  • In the event of major outbreaks at a school, the GGD can still decide on stricter quarantine rules.

As a result of these updates, we will CONTINUE to:

  • Consult regularly with the GGD and follow their advice

  • Monitor all positive cases at school 

  • Email you if a child in the class tests positive 

  • Keep classes open, unless advised to do so by the GGD


We respectfully ask parents to abide by GGD guidelines and:

  • Keep children at home if they have any symptoms (eg a cold), and self-test

  • Ensure students in Groups 6-8 continue wearing masks and self-test twice a week

AFTER illness and BEFORE any child returns to school they must:

  • Have a negative self-test

  • Have no symptoms

If your child has a self-test that is positive or has symptoms:

  • Book a PCR

  • Quarantine

Should I send my child to school?

Parents should refer to the IND Government of the Netherlands website: https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/tackling-new-coronavirus-in-the-netherlands



After returning to the Netherlands, from that site, you can Check my trip on this page: https://reizentijdenscorona.rijksoverheid.nl/en to make sure your child is school-ready!



You may also wish to stay abreast of things related to quarantine with this government site:

https://www.rivm.nl/en/coronavirus-covid-19/quarantine-and-isolation


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