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NTU will lift restrictions on gathering size starting June 1.
According to a press release (in Chinese) published by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on May 13, restrictions on gathering size (100 people indoors; 500 people outdoors) will be lifted if the daily anti-COVID-19 instructions are strictly followed during the event. Starting June 1, NTU’s anti-COVID-19 measures will be update as below:
- NTU’s 2020 Commencement Ceremony will be open to all doctoral graduates and to 5% of the bachelor’s/master’s graduates of each department or graduate institute. Every graduate can invite 2 family members at most to attend the ceremony.
- Classes, meetings, and club activities of 100 participants or more can be held physically on campus.
- The access control on the main campus will be lifted. However, building access control should continue before further adjustment is made according to epidemic development.
- NTU will make timely changes to its anti-COVID-19 measures depending on epidemic development.
The daily anti-COVID-19 instructions include keeping social distance (1.5m indoors; 1m outdoors), wearing a mask whenever social distancing is impractical, conducting real-name registration and temperature check, implementing crowd control, and enhancing environmental disinfection.
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