COVID-19 FAQs – Updated 20th November 2021

We recognise the need to reassure and protect those who come to these events. We will provide a safe space where you can relax, network and listen to talks in the knowledge that everyone on site has tested negative or has up to date vaccinations.

The situation regarding Covid-19 is constantly changing, and the rules below relate to regulations imposed as at 17th November 2021.  We will continue to monitor the regulations closely, and update here as required.  There are no measures currently in place that would prevent the event from taking place.  Below is some standard advice, and we will update health and safety instructions should they change.

We are kindly asking those who attend to present one of the following on arrival;

There will be hand sanitisers as well as socially distanced auditoria where necessary. We also ask that throughout the conference you are respectful and conscious of the interactions individuals are comfortable with.

This guidance is subject to review, and we recommend checking the Government Website for the latest information relating to Belgium.  For the most up to date Brussels specific information, check here. Always check the latest guidance from your place of travel before attending.

Before You Travel
To help ensure the safety of staff and other attendees at the venue, we would ask you to follow Government advice in relation to symptoms of Covid-19 and isolation. Please do not come to the venue if you have any of the following symptoms:

Common symptoms now also include a headache, sore throat or runny nose. You can find out more about what to do if you have symptoms on the Government website.

On Arrival at the Museum
The Museum asks that all visitors come prepared to show your EU Digital Covid Certificate or other authorised documentation.

Face Coverings
Face Masks are mandatory in the Museum at all times, unless seated to eat or drink.

We encourage all visitors to wash your hands regularly and use the hand sanitiser stations located around the venue. The Museum will continue their robust cleaning schedule throughout the event. All high volume touch points will be sanitised on a regular basis.