保健中心籲請全校教職員工生自武漢地區返國入境時，請主動通報；如有出現類流感症狀，除通報外應儘速就醫治療。 NTU Health Center urges all faculty, staff, and students to report online after returning from Wuhan area, Mainland China; seeking medical attention is mandatory if fever or flu-like symptoms appear.
Taiwan CDC once again reminds travelers planning to visit Wuhan or other neighboring areas in China recently to avoid contact with wild animals and poultry, avoid visiting live poultry markets and consuming undercooked meats, and avoid contact with patients and wash hands thoroughly with soap. If fever or influenza-like symptoms develop upon arriving at Taiwan, please voluntarily notify the quarantine officer at the quarantine station in the airport/port, put on a mask, and seek medical attention as instructed. If the suspected symptoms develop within 14 days after returning to Taiwan from Wuhan, please put on a surgical mask and seek immediate medical attention. Moreover, please inform the physician of any history of travel, occupation, contact, and cluster (TOCC) to facilitate timely diagnosis, prompt reporting, and comprehensive treatment. For more information, please visit the Taiwan CDC website at http://www.cdc.gov.tw , or call the toll-free Communicable Disease Reporting and Consultation Hotline, 1922 (or 0800-001922).
The following are correct concepts of epidemic prevention: (1) When staying in the epidemic area:
1. Implement personal protective measures such as washing hands frequently with soap and wearing a mask for coughing.
2. Avoid entering or exiting high-risk public places such as markets that sell live animals or local medical institutions.
3. Avoid contact with live animals and animal carcasses.
4. Avoid eating raw meat and eggs.
5. In case of flu-like symptoms (such as fever≧38 ° C, cough, running nose, sore throat, etc.), please wear a mask and seek medical treatment as soon as possible.
(2) After returning to Taiwan:
1. In case of fever or flu-like symptoms when returning to Taiwan, inform the airline personnel and airport/port quarantine personnel.
2. If you have the above symptoms after returning home, call the Epidemic Prevention Line 1922 and wear a mask to seek medical treatment as soon as possible. Remember to inform the physician of your history of travel, occupation, contact, and cluster (TOCC).
3. Resting at home is advised if illness occurs. Please reduce or avoid contact with others.
4. When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeves.
5. Continue to wear a mask if respiratory symptoms occur.
All NTU faculty, staff, and students returning from Wuhan or nearby areas, whether having symptoms or not, please make a report on the NTU Website for Disease Control (https://my.ntu.edu.tw/ntuwdc/) to notify the school health system. Thank you for your cooperation.
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