In accordance with the announcement of the Central Epidemic Command Center, the University has loosened mask-wearing rules and related epidemic prevention measures on December 1.

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In accordance with the announcement of the Central Epidemic Command Center, the University has loosened mask-wearing rules and related epidemic prevention measures on December 1.

2022.12.05 (Mon)00:00 ~ 2023.02.28 (Mon)23:59
Campus Announcements

Epidemic Prevention Task Force Notice

Recipient: All faculty members, staff and students
Date: December 1, 2022
Notice Number: SE No.1111201001
Contact persons and phone numbers: Gin-Shiang Chen (ext. 2022)
 
Subject: In accordance with the announcement of the Central Epidemic Command Center, the University has loosened mask-wearing rules and related epidemic prevention measures on December 1.


Descriptions:  

  1. In accordance with the Ministry of Education's announcement on November 29th and the Central Epidemic Command Center's announcement on November 28th, the University has appropriately loosened mask-wearing rules and related epidemic prevention measures on December 1, and the relevant regulations are listed below.
  2. The requirement that people need to wear a mask at all times in outdoor spaces and outdoor venues will be discontinued.
  3. The mask mandate, which requires masks to be worn at all times, will remain in place for indoor spaces and indoor venues (including inside a vehicle, such as train, ship, and aircraft). A face mask will not be required indoors in the following situations but masks should be carried or prepared at all times.
  • When exercising, singing, music playing, conducting ensembles, undergoing dance classes and teaching activities, or taking individual/group photos.
  • When driving by oneself (driving alone) or with live-in family members.
  • When undergoing formal filming or conducting events such as lecturing, giving a speech, live streaming, filming, moderating an event, reporting, delivering remarks, or during works or activities involving conversations with others.
  • When people are in hot/cold springs, dry sauna rooms, spas, saunas, steam rooms, during water activities, or in venues where masks can get wet easily.
  • Masks may be removed when consuming food/beverages outside.

4. If you have symptoms or cannot keep a social distance from unspecific people, you should still wear a mask. The Command Center reminds that people with allergies, chronic diseases, fever, or respiratory symptoms are advised to wear a mask in crowded places.

5. All faculty, staff and students are asked to perform their self-health management responsibilities. When entering various venues, please wear masks in accordance with the regulations and avoid crowded places. Wash hands frequently or disinfect with alcohol, and fill out the Self-Health Management System every day.