Current Covid-19 Protocols for Courses

Dhamma Bhūmi has the following protocols in place for the safety of everyone at the Centre. This includes vaccination, testing, face masks, social distancing, personal hygiene and cleaning.

We regret any inconvenience this may cause, and ask for your understanding while these restrictions last.


Dhamma Bhūmi requires all students, servers, and teachers to be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination must be presented during course registration on Day 0.


From 6 January 2022, no PCR test will be required. However, all students and servers will be required to take a rapid antigen COVID test when they arrive at the course, and on the third day. Please bring your own testing kit, containing two tests. The centre only has limited number of testing kits.


It is mandatory to wear masks indoors, except when eating or drinking. You will need to bring sufficient masks for the duration of the course and maintain social distancing at all times.


Because of the evolving pandemic situation, these guidelines may change at any time, and will be available on this page.

Updated 6 January 2022