COVID-19 Information

You can call this number for a free corona test: 0800 1202 or +31 850 659 063 if you are calling from a foreign phone. You can also make an appointment online at using your DigiD. For the english site choose the English language option at the bottom of the page.

Be aware that it can be quite hard to get tested due to a lack of test capacity. If you have mild or severe symptoms try to stay at home and minimize contact with other people untill you can get your test result.

Measures imposed by the Dutch government

  • If you have symptoms, stay at home.
  • If you or a housemate has tested positive, everyone living in the house has to stay home.
  • Keep 1.5m distance from people other than your own household. A student house does not count as a household, so keep this in mind when going outside.
  • Wash your hands often.
  • Sneeze, yawn and cough into your elbow.
  • Work from home as much as possible.
  • Avoid crowds.
  • Wear a face mask in public transport, it should cover your nose and mouth.
  • Try to avoid rush our when using public transport, preferably go by bike or car instead.
  • If you come to the Netherlands from a country in a orange or red zone, you have to self-quarantine for 14 days.
  • It is mendatory to wear a facemask inside any public buildings and public transport. So, that also includes the university buildings.

The most up to date measures of the Dutch government can be found on

More general information about COVID-19 and getting tested can be found on

The COVID-19 policy plan of Board 10.0 of S.A. Proto can be found on the Proto Wiki.

Due to the measures imposed by the University the association board will be working from home as much as possible and the association room is temporarily closed for members.

Resource Booker
If you would like to study in one of the university buildings on campus you can book a study spot or meeting room using the Resource Booker.