Isolation and fear for the Apocalypse take an unexpected turn in tonight’s double bill of MU In Real Live Thursdays. It features Being Here for You, Rita Hoofwijk’s investigation with South-African Hannah Loewenthal into how distance might become an advantage, and #1 Kombucha, the first of a series of Cooking workshops in anticipation of the end of the world developed by Sien Vanmaele.
Being Here for You and #1 Kombucha
Door open: 19.30
Being Here for You: 20.00
#1 Kombucha: 21.00
Entrance fee: 5 euro / students 2,50 euro
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VISITOR CONDITIONS, SANITATION GUIDELINES AND HEALTH PRECAUTIONS
*MU COVID-19 Visitor conditions
1. Don’t go out with symptoms of illness, including a head cold, running nose, sore throat, light cough or a temperature. You are welcome if you and your household members have been symptom-free for at least 24 hours.
2. Children up to twelve years old are not required to maintain 1,5 metres distance from others.
3. Young people up to 18 years old are not required to maintain 1,5 metres distance among themselves.
They do need to keep 1,5 metres distance from adults who do not belong to the same party.
4. Certain situations make it very hard to maintain 1,5 metres distance.
Especially people who need assistance and their companions are exempted from the 1,5 metres guideline.
5. Avoid public transportation during rush hours.
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7. Keep a distance of 1.5 meter from visitors who are not members of your party.
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9. Always follow the sanitation guidelines.
**MU COVID-19 Sanitation guidelines
1. To watch a VR installation, first ask our staff at the desk to disinfect the gear. Use at your own risk.
2. Clean any headphones before use with the available disinfectants at MU. Use at your own risk.
3. Wash your hands frequently, especially after actions involving surface contact in places
accessible to others.
In general: before you go out, when you return back home, after blowing your nose, before meals and after visiting the bathroom.
In MU: wash your hands with water and soap for at least 20 seconds, dry with a paper towel
Dispose of towels in the lidded bin.
4. Cough and sneeze into your elbow, not your hands.
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6. Wash your hands after blowing your nose.
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8. Keep a distance of 1.5 meter from people who are not a household member.
***MU COVID-19 Health precautions
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