In Taiwan, as of June 18, 2020, 7 confirmed cases of COVID-19 have been announced in 6 universities, one of which closed for 14 days.
Publication of general recommendations from the Taiwanese Minister of Education on February 26, 2020, involving:
Formulation of general rules to be followed:
In the case of a confirmed case in a university: closure of the individual’s class
In the case of at least 2 confirmed cases in a university: closure of the institution for at least 14 days and implementation of online classes
More specifically at the National Taiwan University:
Universities in Taiwan adopted strict, carefully organized measures to limit transmission of SARS-CoV-2. In the end, the universities were not greatly impacted and were able to resume instruction efficiently. However, the measures were written with the context of a national epidemic.
- only a single university was reviewed
- absence of information concerning the level of compliance to preventative measures by students and staff
To describe the experience of universities in Taiwan during the COVID-19 crisis
Review of Taiwan’s experience during the COVID-19 pandemic in universities.
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