Campus-return guide to new semester
The new semester at Hainan University is just around the corner, so here is a guide to returning to campus.
Students from low risk COVID-19 areas should return to the university with a green health QR code. Those with a travel history to medium and high risk areas should put off their return to campus.
Students who return from Macao and without an overseas travel history should go back to campus with a negative nucleic acid test result taken within the last 72 hours. Those arriving from Hong Kong, Taiwan and overseas should comply with Hainan's requirements for centralized quarantine and home-based health monitoring, and return to their classroom after 28 days.
The spring semester is just around the corner.
Students themselves or their family members who are confirmed cases, suspected cases, or close contacts of confirmed cases, or with symptoms such as fever, cough and diarrhea, or who have tested positive for COVID-19, should put off their return to campus.
It is suggested that students should wear masks, maintain social distancing and avoid passing through medium and high risk areas during their trip back to school. Immediate medical treatment should be sought if symptoms such as fever, dry cough, stuffy nose, runny nose and sore throat occur.
The university may adjust their campus-return policies based on changes to the epidemic situation.