AISU has put off the start date of the new semester due to the pneumonia caused by novel corona virus. Hereby are some notifications for the prevention and control of the pneumonia for all the teachers and students:
Facing the pneumonia, it is advised that all the teachers and students enhance sense of self-protection, avoid crowded public places, take effective preventive measures and abide by the arrangements of our school. In case of having a fever with symptoms of acute respiratory infection such as cough or breathing difficulties, please actively report to school and cooperate with the preventive measures and treatments. All of you shall not return back to school before the noticed start date of the new semester. Foreign teachers shall daily report to the school’s International department about your destination, travelling plan and health situation.
Before getting over the pneumonia, all of the university’s and individual’s foreign exchange activities should be paused.
There are two notifications from Hefei Entry and Exit bureau:
Those who are unable to exit as scheduled or extend the visas, stay or residence permits due to the reason of epidemic prevention and control shall be given a lighter or mitigated or be exempted from punishment by the EEA authorities depending upon circumstances.
At present, except for the lockdown of the exit channel of Wuhan ports, all port visa agencies are operating as usual. All land, sea and air ports of China are functioning. You can enter or exit as usual with your valid international travel documents. Due to entry restrictions adopted by some countries and regions, it is advised that foreigners who need to exit from China, should learn in advance entry requirements of destination countries or regions to avoid financial and time losses in case of any entry refusals. Those who travel to countries or regions without entry restrictions, are advised to arrive at exit ports well ahead of departure time for necessary checks. If you have a fever with symptoms of acute respiratory infection such as cough or breathing difficulties, should avoid international travels, stay far away from the crowds, seek immediate medical treatment at the nearest hospitals and report to AISU and the local government at the first time.
It is strongly advised to reduce your cross border movements and outdoor activities during the pneumonia and keep contact with the school!
Happy holiday and wish all of our teachers and students a good health!
Anhui International Studies University