A full lockdown is going in effect from 19 December, which means that Inter College will need to switch to online teaching from Monday 20 December.
As Prime Minister Rutte has announced, we will be updated in the first week of January whether physical teaching will be allowed again after the Christmas holidays.
In the meantime we can be reached by phone and by mail to offer all the support we can give.
We wish you all happy holidays.
Stay fit and healthy!
With best regards,
The Inter College team
Summary of government measures from Sunday 19 December 2021
- Everyone should stay at home as much as possible and avoid busy places.
- Always stay 1.5 metres apart.
- Receive no more than 2 visitors aged 13 and over per day. On 24, 25 and 26 December and on 31 December and 1 January the maximum number of visitors aged 13 and over is 4 per day.
- Visit no more than 1 household a day.
- The maximum group size outdoors for people aged 13 and over is 2 people. There can be more than 2 people in a group if everyone in the group lives at the same address.
- Educational institutions and out-of-school care (BSO) are closed until at least 9 January 2022. On 3 January the government will decide in what form education will resume from 10 January.
- All hospitality venues are closed, except for delivery and takeaway.
- All non-essential shops are closed, except for click and collect and returns.
- Essential shops, such as supermarkets and chemists, can open until 20.00. Face masks must be worn. The maximum number of shoppers is one per 5 square metres.
- Certain locations, such as petrol stations, pharmacies, libraries, driving schools, notaries’ offices and lawyers’ offices can open for their normal hours.
- All locations where non-medical contact-based professions are carried out, such as hairdressers and beauty salons, are closed.
- Cinemas, museums, theatres and concert venues are closed.
- All indoor sports facilities are closed, except for swimming lessons. Outdoor sports facilities can open for all ages between 05.00 and 17.00. People aged 18 and over can engage in sports outdoors, alone or in groups of 2. They must stay 1.5 metres apart. Children and teenagers aged 17 and under can play sports outdoors and can take part in matches and competitions within their own club.
- Events are not permitted, except for funerals (no more than 100 people), weekly markets selling groceries, and professional sports matches and competitions (no spectators).