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新西兰北方理工:关于近期新型冠状病毒重要信息

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关于近期新型冠状病毒(2019-nCoV)的重要信息
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2020年1月31日

亲爱的同学们:

随着最近新型冠状病毒在中国的疫情发展,您可能会有一些问题或担忧。

为了优先考虑学校学生、员工和利益相关者的福祉,我们成立了一个疫情管理小组,对目前疫情发展的趋势进行监测并提供建议。新西兰北方理工学院(NorthTec)正在密切关注新西兰卫生部和其他官方渠道提供的信息。新西兰卫生部建议,新西兰爆发疫情的可能性依然低。

目前没有必要改变您现有的前往新西兰的相关计划,但是新西兰北方理工学院(NorthTec)会通过电子邮件通知您情况的变化。

如果您在抵达/返回新西兰后一个月内生病,请寻求医疗服务并联系健康热线(免费)0800 611 116。尤其是近期去过湖北特别是武汉,以及与任何已知的去过湖北特别是武汉且有严重急性呼吸系统疾病患者接触过的相关人员。


更多信息请访问以下网站

新西兰卫生部

https://www.health.govt.nz/

世界卫生组织

https://www.who.int/


为了让我们与您保持联系,请确保您在新西兰北方理工学院(NorthTec)的系统中保留了最新的电子邮箱地址。如果您有任何进一步的问题或想要更新您的电子邮件,请联系:

International@northtec.ac.nz


如果您有紧急事项或担忧,请联系:

普通话及粤语-Xueqin Tan 021 103 9957

其他-Rachelle Eilering 027 770 5005


我们期待着在未来几周欢迎新同学和返校的同学们。

Wayne Jackson

校长


Novel Coronavirus – 2019-nCoV

A novelcoronavirus first diagnosed in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China has also beenreported in other cities in China and other countries including Japan,Thailand, Korea, USA and Australia.

It has beenconfirmed the virus can be transmitted from person to person.

To date,there have been no cases in New Zealand.

What is cornavirus?

Coronaviruscan affect humans and animals. Somecoronaviruses cause illnesses like the common cold and others cause moreserious illnesses, including severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) andMiddle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

What are the symptoms of 2019-nCoV?

Symptoms ofthis virus are similar to a range of other illnesses such as influenza and donot necessarily mean that you have 2019-nCoV. As it is influenza season in thenorthern hemisphere, we expect to see increased numbers of travellers withinfluenza-like illnesses other than cornoavirus

Symptomsinclude:

· Fever

· Cough

· Difficultybreathing – this is a sign of possible pnuemonia and requires immediate medicalattention.

How can you help to reduce thegeneral risk of transmission of acute respiratory infections?

· Avoidclose contact with people suffering acute respiratory infections

· Washhands frequently, especially after ontact with ill people or their environment,before eating, after coughing and sneezing.

· Usegood cough and sneeze etiquette – maintain distance, cover coughs and sneezeswith disposable tissues or clothing. Cough or sneeze into your elbow. Discardused tissues in a bin.

· Ifyou are unwell stay away from lectures or work. Remain at home. Let others know you are unwell.

· Seekmedical advice by phone first and advise of your travel history

o Healthline0800 611 116

o StudentHealth 09 470 3745

o YourGeneral Practice Team – PHONE FIRST!

Travel Advicefor Students/Staff/Visitors arriving or returning to Aotearoa/New Zealand.

If you arrive in Aotearoa and have norespiratory symptoms, you do not need to restrict your access to public placesor wear a mask.

All travellers arriving/returning to NZ whobecome unwell within 1 month of theirarrivalshould seek medical advice by phone, advising of your travelHistory. It is important to mention recent travel from the Hubei Province,particularly Wuhan and any known contact with someone with severe acuterespiratory illness who has been in Hubei, particularly Wuhan.

o Healthline0800 611 116

o StudentHealth 09 470 3745

o YourGeneral Practice Team – PHONE FIRST!

Staff/Studentstravelling to China.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) andMinistry of Health (MOH) recommends avoiding all non-essential travel to theHubei Province.

If you are travelling to other parts of Chinaplease check with your Line Manager, travel agent and insurer. Ministry ofForiegn Affairs and Trade ( MFAT )is advising people to avoidnon-essential travel to china.

Masks.

Masks mayhave a part to play in reducing the riskof viral spread. There is limited evidence to suggest masks reduce the risk ofspreading respiratory viruses.

Evidenceshows best practice is the use of handand cough hygeine, as mentioned above.

However,if you have repiratory symptoms you may choose to take the precaution of usinga mask, to prevent spread to others. When wearing a mask follow these guidelines.

  • Wear the mask consistently, at least whenever there is any risk of infection. People often find them uncomfortable and take them on and off, rendering them ineffective. Wash your hands after removing the mask.
  • Put the mask on correctly, with a good fit covering your nose and mouth. A loose fit between the mask and face will not provide protection from germs or contaminants.
  • Do not let the mask give you a false sense of security. Wearing a mask does not mean you should avoid tried and true hygiene practices. Wash your hands regularly, keep away from people who are coughing and sneezing, cover your coughs and sneezes (and wash your hands afterwards), and don’t touch your mouth, nose or eyes after touching a potentially contaminated object.
  • If you experience symptoms, such as cough, headache, fever, sore throat or a general unwell feeling, remain at home.


Useful Links

Ministry ofHealth Coronavirus Information

World HealthOrganisation Coronavirus Information

Advice forTravellers Arriving to New Zealand English Version

Advice forTravellers Arriving to New Zealand Traditional Chinese Version

Advicefor Travellers Arriving to New Zealand Simplified Chinese Version

Ministry of Education’s website


学校还为学生提供了疫情防疫指南,介绍了这次疫情的相关信息以及防护措施等。

最后胡老师祝各位学生和家长鼠年大吉,身体健康!


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