FAQ concerning COVID-19
Yes, you can! We are doing all we can in order to ensure that your visit to Parnassos will be safe. The building’s interiors are outfitted with measures that help you keep a 1,5-metre distance anywhere. The maximum number of participants has either been limited, or the course will take place in a larger room. We will also continue to offer online courses. Course sign-ups have already started, and classes start in the week of September 27. You can see our complete course programme here.
There are two possible scenarios for continuing a course in the case of added measures due to corona:
- The course will be canceled if it cannot be resumed after 3 weeks. The remaining fee for the course will be reimbursed.
- Your course will be continued online as soon as possible, and possibly be reinstated on location once the measures are relaxed again. The course fee will not be reimbursed.
You will be informed about this as soon as possible, but at least one week prior to the starting date of your course. By signing up for the course, you agree to these conditions.
Following the new measures announced on June 18th, Parnassos is open again for pass holders and rentals.
Following the new measures announced on June 18th, Parnassos is open again for choir rehearsals.
You will have to stay home if you are experiencing symptoms that may indicate Covid-19 (such as a runny nose, sneezing, coughing, throat ache, fever, shortness of breath etc.). Any classes you miss as a result fall under your own risk and will not entitle you to a reimbursement. If you test positive for COVID-19 you can get remaining classes reimbursed if you present a doctor’s statement.
The hallways of Parnassos indicate set walking directions in order to help visitors keep a 1,5-metre distance from one another. The floors in the rooms have markings to indicate the proper distance as well. The maximum number of people allowed in a room has been limited to ensure that it is always possible to keep the required distance.
Yes, our ventilation system uses fresh air that gets circulated from - and sent back - outside. The RIVM advises against recirculation. That is why we will not be using fans and air conditioners for the foreseeable future.
For more information on the measures taken by Parnassos with regards to COVID-19, take a look at our Terms and Conditions.