2020-02-29 • 健康醫療
In light of the worsening COVID-19 situation, the government has raised the CECC to a level-one facility. FJCU would adopt measures in the coming semester. From 2nd March onwards, certain entrances into FJCU would be temporarily closed, and the school would require all teachers, staff, and students to partake in temperature-taking. Those found to have a forehead temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius, or an ear temperature above 38 degrees Celsius would be asked to return (stay at) home. We seek your understanding for any inconvenience caused.
Only 4 entrances into the campus will be open. Temperature-taking will be conducted at all four entrances, as shown in the diagram below:
(1) Front gate and Zhongzheng Road overhead bridge; temperature-taking stations for pedestrians, temperature-taking station for motorists.
(2) Archbishop Lokuang Student Activity Center: one temperature-taking station for pedestrians.
(3) Guizi gate (back gate); one temperature-taking station for pedestrians.
(4) Lane 514 entrance (near College of Science and Engineering); one temperature-taking station for pedestrians.
Mondays to Fridays, Sundays: Temperature-taking from 7:30am to 9:30pm
Saturdays: Temperature-taking from 8:00 am to 8:00pm
The regulations with regard to entry into the Paul Cardinal Shan Medical Building (College of Medicine) underground carpark and the FJCU clinic are as follows:
(1) The Paul Cardinal Shan Medical Building (College of Medicine) underground carpark would be opened from 7:30am to 8pm . It is open only to vehicles and pedestrians, and there will be a temperature-taking station. Those found to have a temperature above 37.5 degrees Celsius would be asked to return (stay at) home in accordance with FJCU regulations, and will not be allowed to enter the campus. All other pedestrians (including FJCU staff) should enter the campus from the Guizi gate.
(2) Those who wish to seek medical attention at the FJCU clinic should enter from the main entrance to the clinic located on Guizi road, where there will be a temperature-taking station. There will be no access to other parts of the Paul Cardinal Shan Medical Building outside of the clinic.