中央流行疫情指揮中心指示自即日起至 10 月 4 日,疫情警戒為第二級。雖然這幾日本土案例為零星1-2例,然因應中秋節日人流大量移動,多數同學回校、新生入校、及課程線上至10/1止,維護本校校園的健康與安全是大家的責任。








國立成功大學嚴重特殊傳染性肺炎防疫小組 敬上







Please fill out the daily body temperature and symptom record tracking


Dear Colleagues and Students,


The COVID-19 alert has been lowered to Level 2 until October 4th, according to Taiwan's central epidemic command center (CECC). There are only sporadic local cases in these days, but due to the massive movement over the Mid-Autumn Festival, we have a significant number of students returning home, new students arriving, and an online class till October 1st. It is everyone's task to protect the health and safety of our campus.


We encourage all people to fill out the daily body temperature and symptom record tracking, which includes travel and case contact history, footprint track record, vaccination status, rapid screening test record, and other health-related information, in order to better understand our health after the consecutive holidays. All of this will helps the university in providing a secure environment for students to learn in.


If you haven’t downloaded the NCKU Announcement Platform APP, please scan the barcode below and fill out the daily body temperature and disease monitoring.


Note: The NCKU Announcement Platform APP offers a variety of useful features, such as 1922 vaccination booking, stimulus voucher registration, course information, and more.


As the classes will start the face-to-face learning, all of us should keep in mind to keep following the relevant national and school regulations:


  1. Always wear mask whenever enter the university area, do the body temperature measurement, and scan barcode for track record.


  1. Please implement 24-hour access control card regulations for all buildings. Temperature measurement will be conducted at entry or exit control points of buildings, and please measure body’s temperature during school days.


  1. If you want to plan a gathering activity, please see the university regulations for more details. Set up checkerboard seating throughout the events, limit the physical contact, wear a mask during the activities, and restrict eating or drinking.

Regards from NCKU COVID-19 Prevention Caucus

Friday, Sep. 24, 2021