最新防疫公告 Latest Epidemic Prevention Announcement
Latest Epidemic Prevention Announcement
May 15th, 110 (Saturday)
In response to the severe epidemic in Taiwan, the school will implement the following epidemic prevention measures from now on. All faculty members and students please cooperate with all the implement plans.
From May 17th, 2011 (Monday) to May 30th, 2011 (Sunday), all courses at our school will adopt the online teaching method which "students attend the online classes without coming to classrooms, while teachers come to the school to teach online".
In order to ensure the safety of intern students, from now until May 30th, 2011 (Sunday), the internships in hospitals or institutions will be temporarily halted, whereas alternative internship programs will be initiated or the internships will be postponed. Departments that offer the internship programs please take the initiative to inform the students, and properly conduct more follow-up guidance.
The graduation exams in paper-and-pen test forms in classrooms are cancelled. Teachers please adopt plans of online tests or other alternatives.
Manual training courses will be temporarily canceled.
The event of the Open Campus Day scheduled on May 22nd, 2021 (Saturday) will be canceled.
All activities of volunteer training on and off campus, student clubs and the counseling centers (except for the online activities on message boards) will no longer proceed for the time being.
Individual consultations at the counseling centers will be changed to telephone consultations or online consultations. For those who need counseling, please contact the counselors of each department by phone first.
The deadline for submitting the study books of the Cherish Pearl Transformation Sunshine Project will be postponed to June 18th, 2011 (Friday). For details, please contact the theme organizer of each department.
Students will maintain the regular schedules at the dormitories.
The dormitory residents please take the body temperature every day and enhance the self-health management measures.
For students who want to extend the period of staying outside the dormitory (returning home), please first actively contact the dormitory cadres as soon as possible
From now on, our school will implement campus access control, and visitors from outside the school are not allowed to enter.
Before official vehicles and school personnel enter the campus, they shall all leave their contact information and have their body temperature taken. Those with body temperature of 37.5°C or higher are not allowed to enter the campus.
Visitors for business need to show their identification and related supporting documents (such as meeting notices, invitation letters, emails, visitor cards, work permits, or other proof, etc., which may be in paper or video forms). Those without supporting documents will only be able to enter after the identity being confirmed by the visited unit at the entrance.
All food sold by the restaurants on campus will be only allowed to take away.
All the restaurant seating and dining areas will be temporarily closed.
Before entering the school, all faculty and staff members please check their body temperature and sanitize their hands with alcohol.
Those with a body temperature of 37.5°C or higher do not enter the school, and can apply for a quarantine leave to return home to rest or seek medical attention as soon as possible.
Those who have been to the same locations with the confirmed cases’ history of activity, please take the initiative to report to the Student Health Section (Ms. Song, Section Chief 03-6102247). After being assessed and confirmed by the epidemic prevention team, they can apply for an epidemic prevention and isolation leave to conduct independent health management monitoring at home.
The stadium and gymnasium will be temporarily closed from now on.
From this time forth, the study rooms and reading rooms will be temporarily closed at the library that only allowed books to be borrowed and returned.
The above-mentioned measures will be adjusted at any time in accordance with the announcement of the Central Epidemic Command Center. All faculty, staff members and students are requested to cooperate with the above-mentioned epidemic prevention measures.
Once again, remind everyone that you should wear a mask, wash your hands frequently, and maintain social distancing from others when you go out as the epidemic is severe. Also, pay attention to whether there are any suspected symptoms such as fever, respiratory symptoms, diarrhea, anosmia (the loss of the ability to detect smells and taste), ageusia (the loss of taste functions of the tongue), etc. If you have suspected symptoms, you should wear a medical mask, go to the nearby hospital in your community for medical treatment as soon as possible, and you should not take any public transportation. When seeking medical treatment, you should actively inform the contact history, travel history, occupational exposure and whether other people around you have similar symptoms. After then, wear a medical mask while returning home and avoiding going out.
Epidemic Prevention Team of
Yuanpei University of Medical Science and Technology