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Date: 2020/6/8

Updates on NTU’s Building Access Control Policy (Starting June 8)

According to the press release (in Chinese) issued by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) on June 4, the community epidemic control measures will be relaxed if no additional domestic cases are reported before June 7.

NTU will thus loosen the current building access control measures. Starting June 8, visitors are only required to tap their ID cards for record keeping without temperature check upon entering any building on campus. Access control stations staffed by NTU personnel in shifts will be removed.

To sustain the epidemic control network painstakingly built by all NTU members, please make sure to voluntarily tap your ID card upon building entry, implement social distancing, and maintain personal health/hygiene to safeguard our campus community.

Personal health/hygiene guidelines: (1) If you have a fever or classic respiratory symptoms, please wear a mask, seek medical attention, and do not enter any building on campus; (2) If you have minor respiratory symptoms without a fever, please wear a mask at all times on campus.

  • Starting June 8, visitors are required to voluntarily tap their ID cards for record keeping without temperature check upon building entry.

    Starting June 8, visitors are required to voluntarily tap their ID cards for record keeping without temperature check upon building entry.

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