Announcement of Epidemic prevention

Announcement of Epidemic prevention (2022.05.13)   1. The latest news and revised measures from Taiwan Centers for Disease Control would be announced promptly on the OIA website. 2. Please be aware of your self-health conditions and avoid indoor or outdoor gatherings. 3. During the epidemic prevention, please always save daily supplies in case of need. 4. International students could go to convenience stores (such as 7-11, family mart, Hi-Life, COSMED, and Watsons) to buy antigen self-test if necessary. 5. NTUA does NOT allow students enter to campus who are having quarantine for entry, self-health management or stay-at-home order. 6. If international students need to get important documents such as IC card (health insurance card) or work permit, please contact OIA first for your next action. 7. If you have further questions, please call the number at 02-22722181 ext. 1927 or email to international@ntua.edu.tw for instant support.  

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Info on Arrival in Taiwan and Prevention Measures against COVID-19 (Updated: DEC 9)

International Student Summer Vacation Departure and Re-entry from Taiwan notice Due to the global spread of the pandemic of COVID-19, Taiwan Central Epidemic Command Center (hereinafter referred to as ""CECC”) calls to avoid any non-essential travel abroad. It is compulsory for all entrants to undertake 14 days of quarantine, regardless of nationality. Students who plan to depart Taiwan during summer vacation must take notice of the following regulations and risks: Student who plan to exit Taiwan this summer vacation MUST declare “Declaration Form for International Student Departure from Taiwan during Pandemic.” with professor/advisory’s authorized signature, and submit the form to the Office of International Affairs. 14-day “Home quarantine” measures: Transportation: All passengers should take the quarantine taxi to the hotel directly, Students should afford the fare on their own. Hotel: China, Hong Kong and Macau students, and other students who should have the permission of entry from Ministry of Education should be arranged by NTUA. Other students, who have valid ARC should arrange on their own. Students must carefully evaluate the risks and restrictions if CECC’s announcement affect re-entry after departure, and take the following risks: Fees for applied university dormitory for the upcoming semester must still be paid. Suitability for the application of "Eligible coronavirus COVID-19 prevention Flexible Study Act" should be self-evaluated before leaving Taiwan. If a student departs without declaring departure declaration form, OR fails to notify changes to the re-entry date, flight number or time after declaration, thus violating school safety measures, will be penalized in accordance with school regulations depending on the severity of the situation. All loss should be afforded by student himself/herself.   Government announcements   Taiwan Centers of Travel Ban for Disease Control Taiwan will bar foreign nationals whose flights depart after 00:00 Taipei Standard Time (GMT+8) on March 19 from entering the country in accordance with measures announced by the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC). Exemptions will be granted to Alien Resident Certificate holders, personnel on diplomatic or official business, persons who can prove they are fulfilling commercial and contractual obligations,and persons requiring special permission. Automatic 30-day extension for foreigners entering Taiwan on or before March 21 with visa waiver, visitor visa, or landing visa (no application is required) (overstayers excepted). For more information, please visit: https://www.boca.gov.tw/cp-220-5081-c06dc-2.html   Prevention measures   Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands Avoid close contact with people who are sick There is no need to wear a mask in an open area Those with chronic illnesses should wear a mask Wear a mask when you go to a hospital to seek medical attention Wear a mask if you are going into crowded areas Call the toll-free epidemic monitoring hotline at 1922 (or 0800 001 922) for related queries

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