COVID-19

COVID-19

This is how we protect ourselves and others

“As most measures and restrictions are lifted, individual responsibility is becoming more important. How we protect ourselves now depends more heavily on our own behaviour. Everyone is free to decide how they want to follow the hygiene and social distancing recommendations as the virus continues to circulate.” (from BAG)

Classrooms are regularly aired and surfaces are disinfected. We ask you to avoid shaking hands and if you experience symptoms, get tested immediately and stay at home.
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