We understand that as an expectant mother you will have many questions about the coronavirus. We will try to answer some of those questions on this page.
Last updated: July 19, 2021
De Kraamvogel will continue to provide maternity care and to assist during deliveries. However, we will not allow maternity nurses with coronavirus symptoms to work. It may therefore be necessary to implement a 'peak policy' in some regions. The available maternity nurses will then be shared as well as possible across the families requiring maternity care.
De Kraamvogel follows the guidelines issued by the RIVM (National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) and the GGD (Area Health Authority). Furthermore, as an organisation offering maternity care we believe it is our social responsibility to prevent further spread of the virus. We have therefore taken various measures ourselves, to enable us to minimise the risk of infection while ensuring the continuity of all essential processes. These measures are as follows:
Visitors after the birth
As brand new parents you will of course want family and friends to meet your new baby soon after the birth. We would ask that you have just 2 visitors each day during the first week after the birth and that these visitors arrives when the maternity assistant has left for the day.
Tips to prevent infection
Like to know more?
For more information, please go to www.rivm.nl/coronavirus/covid-19/vragen-antwoorden. For the latest news on the coronavirus, go to: https://www.rivm.nl/nieuws/actuele-informatie-over-coronavirus. Alternatively call the designated telephone number 0800 – 1351.
If you have any worries or complaints, please contact your GP.
Information about the coronavirus is also available in other languages on the Pharos website: https://www.pharos.nl/coronavirus/.