As a result of the Corona outbreak, the AID is organized in a different way than everyone is used to. We have made the necessary adjustments to the AID program for this, but it also requires some of our participants (AID participants, mentors, CREW) and other stakeholders.
Corona House Rules
- Take your responsibility and adhere to the house rules and other guidelines
- Always keep 1.5m distance from others, also outside the AID program
- Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or a disinfectant
- Do not shake hands, let's great eachother with a smile
- Sneeze in your elbow
- Stay at home or go home if you develop symptoms and get tested
- Follow instructions from supervisors
Guidelines on campus:
Do’s and don’ts:
Your safety is our concern
The safety of our participants is always of great concern. Also during the corona pandemics. We therefore have put great effort in organizing the AID in such a way that governmental regulations can be taken into account and supervision can take place. These measures are very similar to those in place during our educational activities – in fact the AID is an educational activity – and/or those that apply for catering, events or theatres. We constantly monitor changes in the regulations and implement those.
The first measures for a safe AID are there to reduce to amount of people present at a single location. The AID is organized twice and within the AID there’re three programs (‘tracks’) to limit the number of people present at a single location. Furthermore, within the tracks groups of students have their own location and/or start time to create even more space.
Hygiene and supervision
Proper hygiene is important as well to prevent the spread of the new corona virus. Hand sanitation is available, lunch is prepacked and no flyers are handed out to name a few. To make sure our participants comply with these measures we have stewards to supervise and address noncompliance.
Monitoring and adjusting
The AID organization is in close contact with the municipality of Wageningen to monitor what happens during the AID and to adjust accordingly.