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□ Self-Isolation Guideline
This guideline is provided for those who cooperate in self-isolation to detect any COVID-19 infection possibilities and blocking its spread to the local community.
*Self-isolation: Those who have visited China (including Hong Kong and Macau) in the past 14 days are required to self-isolate themselves for 14 days, during which they are not allowed to enter the campus, excluded from class and work.
O Refrain from going outside and stay indoors as much as possible.
- When inevitable, report the reason you must go out and its estimated schedule to your institution coordinator and return immediately.
- Make sure to wear a mask at all time and avoid contact with others.
O Attendance to class is restricted for the quarantine period (14 days from the date of arrival), as well as access to SNU campus, as an effort to maintain a safe environment.
- Class absences caused by the self-isolation are acknowledged as class presences.
- Self-isolated students can enter the campus and attend the class only when they report to SNU after you finish the 14 days of self-isolation and have no suspected symptoms.
O Dining and laundry must be handled as individually as possible within their own residential area (room) and any contact with others must be minimized.
O Make sure to follow COVID-19 prevention guideline.
- Wash or sterilize your hands as often and thoroughly as possible.
- Wear a mask all the time if you have a fever or any respiratory symptoms (coughs, breathing issues, etc.).
O How exactly do we self-monitor ourselves?
- Self-isolated students must self-monitor their health status, if they have any suspected symptoms, twice a day (morning, evening).
- Use the self-monitoring mobile application app to record the health status.
- If you develop any suspected symptoms, contact SNU Health Service Center or your institution coordinator at SNU.
* Fever (higher than 37.5℃), respiratory symptoms (coughs, sore throat, etc.), and pneumonia are major symptoms of COVID-19.
For the self-isolation period, SNU Health Service Center will contact you to check your symptoms. Please self-monitor yourself in the following way until the self-isolation period ends.
☞ If you develop any suspected symptoms or if the symptoms get severe, you must contact your local community health center or KCDC call center (1339).
Gwanak-gu Public Health Center: 02-879-7131/7133
Jongro-gu Public Health Center: 02-2428-3552
SNU Health Service Center (Gwanak): 02-880-6340 (daytime), 02-880-5342 (nighttime, weekends and holidays)
SNU Health Service Center (Yeongeon branch): 02-740-8108
SNU Institution Coordinator Name: Phone Number:
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