With the growing concerns of students in China about the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), many Chinese universities have delayed the Spring semester intake until further notice.
Addressing the concerns of both local and international students, Chinese universities have released student notices to assure students of their safety as well as provide instructions on what to do during this difficult time.
Please read the complete student notices from Chinese universities below.
Zhejiang University of Science and Technology (ZUST)
Jinan University (JNU)
We would like to remind you to improve your awareness of:
DO NOT go to Hubei Province or any other areas with the severe epidemic situation. Avoid crowded places, and actively cooperate to prevent and control this epidemic.
Maintain personal hygiene, always wear masks properly. Wash your hands and disinfect frequently, and keep your room well ventilated. Drink more water, eat a light diet, and keep reasonable physical exercise.
In case of fever, cough or any other symptoms, please go to the hospital immediately and don’t forget to report to the International Students Office, dormitory property management, or program coordinator of your department.
We also expect to know the situation of every individual student (if you have already filled in the questionnaire, you may not need to fill it out again).
Shanghai International College of Culture (SICC)
East China Normal University (ECNU)
Please do not go on any trips during the winter holiday.
DO NOT go to Hubei Province or any other areas with severe epidemic situation.
If you have left, DO NOT come back before Feb.23rd.
For the students who’re planning to stay in Shanghai, do not leave your dormitory if not necessary, do not party, organize and participate in group activities, and avoid entering and exiting areas where there are a lot of people.
For the sake of campus security, from January 23rd to February 23rd, Zhongbei Campus and Minhang Campus gates will be in close-off management. During this period, those who are not ECNU staff or students are limited to enter the campus without a sound reason or registration. ECNU staff or students must register at the campus gate with ECNU student card/ ID card when entering the campus. Those who drive cars need to present both ECNU parking permit and ID card.
Wear a mask, wash your hands, disinfect frequently, and keep your home well ventilated. Drink plenty of water every day, eat a light diet, and do reasonable physical exercise.
In case of fever, cough and other symptoms, please report to the International Students’ Office and go to the hospital immediately. If your friend in the same dormitory is sick, please actively cooperate with the investigation and isolation.
School hospital runs 24-hour.
Putuo District: Shanghai No.6 People’s Hospital, Putuo District Central Hospital
Minhang District: Shanghai No.5 People’s Hospital, Minhang District Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine Hospital, Renji Hospital (South)
In case of an emergency during vacation, you can contact the Int’l students’ office.
Tel: 13795361641 (Peter SHEN).
Thanks for you understanding and cooperation! Wish you a happy, healthy and safe winter vacation!
Donghua University – International Cultural Exchange School (ICES)
The spread of the 2019-nCoV in China is an evolving situation. The Chinese government is doing its best to halt the spread of the virus, while medical professionals across China are working tirelessly to care for patients.
Local and international students are advised to keep calm, stay in their homes and avoid crowded and public spaces as much as possible. Students are also urged to keep themselves updated on current news and heed the student notices of their respective universities.
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