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COVID-19

(Revised on 3. 6.) 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.

 

Content

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

 

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 experience a fever (37.5) or respiratory symptoms (cough, sore throat, breathing difficulties, etc.)

Symptomatic Cases under Investigation

Those who have visited countries* with COVID-19 infected cases, including China, Hong Kong, and Macau in the past 14 days

AND experience a fever (37.5) or respiratory symptoms (cough, sore throat, breathing difficulties, etc.)

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

Those suspected with COVID-19 Infection by a doctor

Self-Quarantine  (under active surveillance)

Those who have visited Hubei Province, China, in the past 14 days;

Those who have been in contact with confirmed patients

AND show no symptom;

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

Self-Isolation

Those who have visited China (including Hong Kong and Macau) in the past 14 days

AND show no symptom;

Required to be suspended from entering the campus (excluded from class and work) and self-monitor themselves

* Those who develop any suspected symptoms during the self-isolation period must immediately call the local community health center or 1339 KCDC call center.

Report to SNU Health Service Center

* See http://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/situation-reports  

 

[On-campus Contact Information]

Campus

Institution

Phone Number

Working Hours

Gwanak

Gwanak-gu Community Health Center

02-879-7131/7133/7136

02-879-6000

24 hours

Control Center

SNU Health Service Center

02-880-5339/5340

02-880-5342 (Emergency Response Team)

Daytime (9:00 – 18:00)

 

Nighttime, Weekend and Holidays

SNU Administrative Building (Bldg. 60) Night Duty Office

02-880-5181

02-880-5182

Nighttime, Weekend and Holidays

Yeongeon

Jongro-gu Community Health Center

02-2428-3552

24 hours

SNU Health Service Center

(Yeongeon Branch)

02-740-8108

24 hours