Spring break travel history survey

Dear all,

On April 6, the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) urged members of the public who have visited crowded places during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Festival to conduct self-health management for 14 days, avoid public places, put on face masks when going out, and work from home as much as possible in order to ensure the safety of the entire nation. If people feel unwell, they are urged to call the toll-free Communicable Disease Reporting and Consultation Hotline, 1922 (or 0800-001922), and inform the physician of any history of travel.

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Please practice good personal hygiene and measure your body temperature everyday. If feeling unwell (having a fever or respiratory symptoms), please wear face masks and Go to clinic or hospital immediately. Please also provide information about your travel history, contacted persons, and clusters to facilitate timely diagnosis and prompt case-reporting to your department in the university.


The Environmental Protection Administration announced that those who have visited any of the 11 famous tourist spots between April 2 and 5 are required to stay home for quarantine from April 6 to April 19. Please don't come to campus and inform your department in the university. (11 tourist spots are:)

1. Yunlin County: Beigang Chaotian Temple.
2. Chiayi County: Alishan National Scenery Area
3. Chiayi County:Wenhua Road Night Market.
4.Tainan City: Guanziling Hot Spring
5.Tainan City:Wusanto Reservoir
6.Tainan City:Hu Tou Pei Reservoir
7.Tainan City:Huching Hotel.
8. Kaohsiung City: Qishan Old Street
9. Kaohsiung City: Xingda Fishing Port.
10. Kaohsiung City: Hualien County: Dongdamen Tourist Night Market.
11. Pingtung County: Hengchun Peninsula, and Main Street of Kenting.

Taiwan Centers for Disease Control advises people to keep at least 1.5 meters distance from others while in indoors from April 6 to 19. If you cannot maintain a distance of 1.5 meters from other people, please wear face masks in the proper manner.

* Updated by April 6.
1. Every students who come from abroad will be request to take 14 days self management of stay at home and ask for leave from the class.

2. If you receive an notification of home quarantine, please contact OIA immediately via : mylee@nchu.edu.tw

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