5 rules of thumb to live together in a student residence covid proof
1. Thank you for keeping the visitors few
Since September 1st there are no more restrictions to the number of people allowed to gather at home. However, please keep in mind your housemates as much as possible: if you receive visitors at the residence, this also affects your fellow students (since they’re walking around in the hallway, use the shared bathrooms and other common rooms).
Organize yourself as well as possible as a group to avoid coming into contact with a lot of social groups (unwantedly) at the student residence. Therefore, please limit the number of visitors at the student residence under the slogan ‘thank you for keeping the visitors few’.
Meeting outdoors remains the best option to meet up for all sorts of group activities.
2. Ventilate frequently
Open the window(s) of your room a few times a day for 30 minutes. Ventilate the common areas frequently (kitchen, living room,…). Using the staircase is recommended. Preferably use the elevator one person at a time (unless it’s a group of people pertaining to the same social contact group).
3. When using the shared sanitary facilities:
4. When using the shared kitchen:
5. Apply the basic hygiene rules: