The procedure when a student contracts COVID-19 during their study period at NTHU (2023 version)
Isolation Exemption and Reporting Requirement
Commencing on March 20th, individuals with mild COVID-19 cases will be exempt from isolation. However, moderate and severe cases must continue to report their status.
In the initial five days from the onset of symptoms, individuals are required to stay at separated room for self-health management. If a rapid test yields a negative result, an early return is permissible. Those with symptoms are advised to rest at home and minimize outdoor activities.
Shopping and Medical Attention
The self-health management policy does not impose specific restrictions on purchasing supplies, food, or seeking medical care. You can visit nearby stores for supplies.
- During the first five days from symptom onset, self-health management should be conducted at separated room. If a negative rapid test result is obtained, returning to regular housing is allowed.
- Foreign students residing on the NTHU campus without off-campus accommodation options will be assigned to a separate room for a 5-day self-health management period.
- Designated rooms for self-health management are temporarily vacant dormitory rooms. You are responsible for bringing your own bedding, toiletries, clothing, and dormitory air-conditioner IC cards, etc.