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(5. 21.) SNU's COVID-19 Response Manual (서울대학교 코로나19 대응 매뉴얼)

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Please note that this manual may contain strengthened measures than the general guideline's for the public.



1. Report Duties and Procedure

2. Campus Risk Management Plan

3. Response Plan for Suspected Patients and Symptomatic Cases

4. Response Plan for Confirmed Patients

5. SNU COVID-19 Response Team

6. Self-Isolation Guideline

7. Self-Monitoring Health Report Form


□ Report Criteria (revised on May 15)

Confirmed Patients

Those who have been confirmed to be infected with COVID-19 through the diagnostic test (regardless of whether to have symptoms or not)

Call 1339 or local community health center, and report to SNU Health Service Center

Suspected Patients

Those who have been in contact with confirmed patient in the past 14 days

AND develop COVID-19 clinical symptoms*

Symptomatic Cases under Investigation

Those who have traveled abroad in the past 14 days

(All entrants as of April 1, 2020)

AND develop COVID-19 clinical symptoms*

Those who are epidemiologically related to the recent “domestic mass infection” in the past 14 days

Those suspected with COVID-19 clinical symptoms by a doctor

Self-Quarantine  (under active surveillance)

Those who have traveled abroad in the past 14 days;

Those who have been in contact with confirmed patients;

Confirmed patients who have been discharged from quarantine in the past 14 days

AND show no symptom;

Required to self-quarantine for 2 weeks under monitoring of local public health divisions

* COVID-19 clinical symptoms: fever, coughs, breathing difficulties, chill, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, loss of auditory or olfactory senses, pneumonia, etc.

* Details may vary from time to time, complying with KCDC and Ministry of Education’s guides. 


[On-campus Contact Information]



Phone Number

Working Hours


Gwanak-gu Community Health Center



24 hours

Control Center

SNU Health Service Center


02-880-5342 (Emergency Response Team)

Daytime (9:00 – 18:00)


Nighttime, Weekend and Holidays

SNU Administrative Building (Bldg. 60) Night Duty Office



Nighttime, Weekend and Holidays


Jongro-gu Community Health Center


24 hours

SNU Health Service Center

(Yeongeon Branch)


Daytime (9:00 - 18:00)


□ On-campus COVID-19 Preliminary Examination Room Information

SNU Health Service Center has launched a COVID-19 preliminary examination room in front of its entrance (Bldg. 63, Student Center). Those who develop a fever or feel unsure whether they have any suspected symptoms are welcome to visit the room between 9 am to 6 pm.