Coronavirus Abstract

The AIS Management Team continue to meet daily to review the current COVID 19 Virus situation. Measures are in place for various scenarios and you will be informed should any changes to this notification occur.

We would like to thank all our parents for their continued good levels of communication with National Sections when their child is absent from school. You can also help this week by regularly talking again with your child regarding good hygiene. It is important to cover mouth and nose while sneezing and/or coughing and washing hands more often.

AIS continues to operate as normal and we refer you to previous updates for general hygiene routines and protocols to follow. As informed on Friday, please be aware that field trips and all sporting competition/games have been cancelled until further notice. In terms of our daily operation, the in-school activities involving our AIS community continue as usual.

AIS is following the advice of the Dutch National Health Authorities. The link below provides the most up to date information available from the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM).

Travel to Northern Italy – Red: don’t travel Orange: only necessary travel

The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has updated its travel advice for Northern Italy. The Italian local government has declared the state of emergency. Orange and red colour codes now apply to a number of Northern Italian regions and further advice can be found at the link below.

Please continue to follow our website and twitter messages.

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