Health and safety are top priorities at the Biotech Campus Delft. That is why we make every effort to prevent that we (possibly) can infect each other with the corona virus during our work. In addition to general hygiene and preventive measures that are widely implemented, we have taken additional measures at Biotech Campus Delft. For example, we encourage employees to work from home.
If you have been in a 'red zone' in the past 14 days, you cannot come to Biotech Campus Delft during the 14 consecutive days. As of March 24, the red zones consist of: China mainland ( province of Hubei ), South Korea, Iran, Italy, Germany, Spain, Austria, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Netherlands, Poland, UK, Denmark, Malaysia, India, Singapore, Philippines, Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Bangladesh, Cambodia and Pakistan. Please check the current situation before planning a visit to the location.
If you have not recently been in a 'red zone' and you have permission to visit the location, the following measures apply:
1) You will receive 2 health questions about your recent stay in other regions and your contacts with people at risk;
2) Your body temperature will be measured remotely to determine if you have an increase in body temperature.
Due to various measurement procedures, there is currently a different logistics, so you will see diversions at the entrance and there are only a limited number of entrance gates open.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. However, we believe that these measures are necessary given the circumstances. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
If you have any questions, you can contact Delft Communication during office hours via telephone number 015-279 2053.