Corona measures for swimming lessons

The swimming lessons have started again! However, there are a number of general measures that apply to participants of the swimming lesson and the parents / guardians. These measures (in accordance with RIVM and the KNZB) can be found below.

Visit preparation

  • Follow the general RIVM guidelines (see bottom of this page)
  • Only come at pre-discussed times
  • Come alone, not even with a partner or brother / sister
  • Please arrive at the property no earlier than 10 minutes before the agreed start time
  • Go to the toilet at home prior to the visit
  • Before your visit, wash your hands with soap for at least 20 seconds
  • Put on swimwear at home under regular clothes

Measures during visit

  • Always follow the directions of the staff
  • Instructor teaches as much as possible at a distance of 1.5 meters, preferably from the side
  • Keep contact with doors, fences, benches, etc. to the minimum necessary
  • Keep the use of the toilet and unnecessary areas to a minimum
  • In the dressing room, take off the “outerwear”
  • Take the “outerwear” and shoes in a sports bag to the waiting area. Do not leave anything behind.
  • Changing after swimming is possible in the designated area
  • There is a maximum of 8 children with one parent at a time in the dressing area. The other group waits next to the pool until the manager gives the signal to enter the changing room. Change quickly and follow the on-site instructions.
  • Shower before and after swimming at home
  • Immediately after swimming, leave the building via the designated routing

General guidelines RIVM

  • Stay at home with (mild) symptoms
  • Stay at home with a fever or shortness of breath within your household. Get home quarantine for 14 days when someone in your household has tested positive
  • Keep 1.5 meters away from others outside your household
  • Stay at home if you have been tested positive in the last 7 days or if you are in quarantine due to contact with someone who has tested positive
  • Cough and sneeze into your elbow and use tissue paper
  • Wash your hands regularly with soap or disinfect
  • Avoid touching your face
  • Do not shake hands
  • Wherever possible, people work at home as much as possible