Distance, masks and uncertainty instead of getting-to-know-events, student parties and lectures. Tempting, right? You will definitely have a unique student year.

Sometimes less is more. 3-G (vaccinated, tested or recovered) is good, 1-G is better! Please get vaccinated to help Covid-19 from spreading.

But what does this all mean living with us?

Look out for each other - with distance.

A little party never killed nobody? Well…
Sorry, but there are no parties at your dormitory allowed. A lot of people having fun in interior spaces? Without the 3-Gs (vaccinated, tested or recovered) still not a good idea. Physical distancing it is, but you can be social after all. Meet in small(er) groups and in big (enough) rooms. Taking the gatherings outside is a plus.

House guests? Alright.
You can invite people to your room. A plus would be, if your guest is (tested, recovered) or vaccinated. Still, the pandemic is not over, so try to meet people somewhere else. Maybe a picknick in the park? The good thing: you don’t have to clean up your room.

Kitchen get-together
Oh, everybody loves coming together in the kitchen. We get it. With 3-G it's easier. Open windows frequently, keep your distance, wash your dishes after eating and put it away (were it belongs). Sounds boring, right? But: 1. nobody is furious about your dirty dishes, 2. fresh air is healthy af and 3. you collect good karma points.

Pump it - the gym
The fitness rooms are open, yeah. It's defined how many people can use the gym at the same time. To use them, you have to be vaccinated, tested or recovered. Disinfect the gym equipment after using it - you can do it.

2020 is not as free and easy-going as it should be. But: solidarity is always hip and going through rough times together is more important than celebrating the easy ones (drunk).
At least for now.

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