Travel to the Netherlands
At the time of writing this letter there are no COVID-related restrictions for entering the Netherlands for travellers who live in the EU/Schengen area or in a country participating in the EU travel rules scheme. The EU entry ban applies to other travellers who live outside the EU/Schengen area, but there are some exceptions.
Please check this link from the Dutch government. It will be updated regularly.
For travelers who live outside the EU/Schengen area visit reizentijdenscorona.nl (in English) for an overview of the rules that apply to you before you travel to the Netherlands. Fill in your country of departure.
At the conference
We are very pleased with the confidence that you put into our conference.
We will do our best to make the conference a success for all and realize this is a big responsibility during COVID times; the vaccinations are working and many people have built up resistance due to being infected with coronavirus, but coronavirus has not gone away.
Therefore we kindly ask you to follow the advice below. It can help you and others avoid getting infected. And you’ll be helping to protect people with health concerns.
- Wash your hands often
- Cough and sneeze into your elbow
- Stay home and do a test if you have symptoms
- Self-isolate after (self)testing positive for coronavirus
- Ensure a good flow of fresh air indoors
- Give others space when possible
More information about the corona measures in the Netherlands can be found using this link.
At the conference we will provide self-tests and facemasks at the information desk. The use of the self-tests and facemasks is voluntary.
If you test positive for COVID you should inform the MUN-Directors of LEMUN and your accommodation provider (host family or other accommodation).
We will provide all support we can, to assist in finding an adequate space for self-isolation, but MUN-Directors remain responsible for the students of their schools.
The organization of LEMUN is not responsible for the additional costs that may arise. Examples of additional costs are (but are not limited to):
- When a country restricts travel or brings in new rules at short notice.
- When a student or MUN director needs to self-isolate after a positive test result (before or during the conference).