The April 16 Taipei Mosque outbreak, which has the potential to drive new infections in Taiwan, students are required to continue to actively cooperate with various transmission prevention measures. Three NCCU faculty and students have been confirmed to have visited the Taipei Mosque. All three have been quarantined away from campus and under active health management and monitoring as of April 30. During this period, none of the three participated in classes or campus activities, and adopted remote learning practices.
Please continue to observe all transmission prevention measures:
1. In the classroom:
2. Campus public spaces:
3. Personal hygiene and protection:
The Central Epidemic Transmission Center requires masks to be worn in medical facilities, on public transportation, in public commercial establishments, in educational institutions, at exhibitions or sporting matches, at places of religious worship, and in public institutions. Masks can be temporarily removed for eating or drinking provided you observe safe social distancing or are physically separated from others by barriers.
Please continue to monitor public announcements from the NCCU administration regarding Covid-19 prevention, actively follow current transmission prevention policies, and protect your health and that of others.
The Office of International Cooperation cares about your health.