Our conference will be held physically from the 11th to the 13th of March. We shall follow the governmental guidelines at all times. High school students in the Netherlands aren’t required to keep distance from each other, making a physical MUN possible at present. Wearing a facemask is not mandatory, although certainly allowed.
Due to COVID-19, extra hygiene measures will be taken. The whole building is to be ventilated at all times during the conference, meaning windows are to stay open. We’d like to bring to your attention that committees can be a bit colder than usual at the conference.
The Dutch government requires a valid document of vaccination or a negative test result to enter the country or to partake in the Hagamun conference and to attend the Hagamun party. Therefore all participants must be able to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result. For further information and current governmental measures please look here.
Wearing mask is as the start of February still mandatory when not seated. This means that every participant is required to wear a mask while walking around, though we encourage wearing them while seated too!
The Dutch government changes its policy on coronavirus routinely. If any such change means the conference cannot go ahead as planned, all applicants will be notified.
On the HagaMUN site, updates on coronavirus will be posted regularly.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us here, and we hope to see you in March!