Greetings, teachers and students:
On September 6, 2022, the Ministry of Education announced and amendment to the " Guidelines for the Management of Epidemic Prevention and Universities in Response to COVID-19". On September 8, 2022, and applicable since September 12, 2022, the epidemic prevention group has made decision and the university adopts physical teaching, and asks teachers to prepare online teaching (synchronous or asynchronous) to maintain the right of education for students who cannot come to school due to the epidemic (including students who have asked for epidemic prevention leave and foreign students who have not yet been able to enter the country).
Please refer to the relevant documents announced on the website of the Academic Affairs Office (the link is attached at the end of the article), and follow the guidelines of the Ministry of Education to handle the relevant epidemic prevention measures.
The key points of the epidemic prevention guidelines are summarized as follows：
(1) Physical Education: A mask should be worn throughout lecture session in the classroom in physical education; during sports, however, a mask is not necessary if there are no respiratory symptoms and if a social distance can be maintained with other personnel. Teachers and students should carry masks with them and should wear them before or after exercise.
(2) Swimming class: Measure body temperature, disinfect the environment and facilities, maintain air circulation, closely monitor the residual chlorine level of water quality, and wear masks throughout the course except when swimming and using specific facilities.
(3) Laboratory/Practicum Classes: Students should be divided into fixed groups and avoid sharing equipments and devices; if there is a need to rotate the use of equipments or devices, they should be disinfected before the rotation.
(4) Performing Arts Classes: Except for singing, dancing, or wind instruments, masks must be worn throughout the class, and please adjust the practice time accordingly to avoid discomfort caused by wearing masks for a long time (Note: Those who have cardiovascular disease or respiratory allergies should avoid participating).
Related Reference Announcements and Document Links：
Have a safe and healthy day!
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