December 1, 2021 Update:
The health and safety of our community is our highest priority, which is why we have strict safety measures in place and closely follow government guidelines.
Students must be vaccinated, recovered, or show a negative test for each class. Our class sizes are very small, to ensure we can practice social distancing, our rooms are well ventilated, and face masks are worn at all times.
Students that cannot attend class due to health or travel reasons can follow the lesson via Zoom from wherever they might be, to ensure they don’t miss any classes. So far, this approach has worked very well for us, and fortunately, we have not had to close our school at any point during the pandemic.
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact us at [email protected]
January 6, 2021 Update:
On January 5 the German government extended and expanded lockdown measures to curb the rise in Corona infections. While many public schools as well as many businesses in Berlin will remain closed until January 31, our in-person classes at 343 Labs are allowed to continue as planned, in strict abidance by the new lockdown measures.
To ensure the well-being of our students and instructors, 343 Labs has been enforcing stringent safety measures. These measures have seen excellent results, and minimized health risks for our community. We will continue to review our operating practices to ensure the safeguarding of our community whilst complying with all regulations put in place by the German government and the Berlin Senate.
Wear a mask at all times in-doors
Sanitize your hands when entering
Keep a distance from classmates and your instructor
Stay home if you are feeling sick
Windows will be kept open as much as possible during class