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The extended suspension of face-to-face learning at TDTU from Feb 2nd to 28th, 2021

According to the Notice No. 324/UBND-VX issued on 2nd February 2021 of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee on extending the suspension of face-to-face learning for students in the city in order to ensure prevention of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ton Duc Thang University (TDTU) announces that:

1. TDTU suspends face-to-face learning from 2nd to 28th February 2021 and makes adjustments to the teaching plan as the following:

- Week 27 (from February 2 to February 5, 2021): teaching on the digital technology platform (online teaching) throughout the school following the schedule.

- Weeks 28 and 29 (from February 6 to February 21, 2021): taking Tet holidays according to the plan and implement the COVID-19 pandemic precautionary measures proactively.

- Week 30 (from February 22 to February 28, 2021): teaching on the digital technology platform (online teaching) throughout the school following the schedule.

- Week 31 (from March 1 to March 7, 2021): Lecturers and students continue implementing teaching and learning activities following the schedule.

Note: All post-graduate and undergraduate students are responsible for proactively updating new announcements from TDTU, Faculty, and Lecturers.

2. Implementing the COVID-19 epidemic precautionary measures:

- Students under medical monitoring at the request of the authorities must seriously implement the medical declaration to the locality and TDTU. Students must ensure quarantine and health monitoring (follow the directions of the authorities and the health department), as well as promptly provide information to the faculties in order to record and have solutions for each specific case.

- Students proactively implement measures to prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic as recommended by the Ministry of Health and relevant authorities; seriously follow the "5 mixed messages": Masks - Disinfection - Distances - Not Gathering - Medical clearance.

- For students with permanent residence in epidemic areas as announced by the Ministry of Health, students are required to conduct a survey on the Student Information System from February 3, 2021.

- During the time of not attending at school and the Tet holidays, students should limit moving to many places, regularly update information from the Government, the Ministry of Health, and other authorities as well as update announcements from TDTU. If students have any movement through the epidemic area, contact with people from the epidemic area, or have some symptoms such as cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, fever, or suspected COVID-19, students should proactively report immediately to the local health authority and informing the Faculty/Departments/Functioning Boards of TDTU for timely solutions; at the same time comply with the directions on disease prevention and control according to the regulations.

- Students implement precautionary measures to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19 and continue taking online learning; students must monitor and report immediately if having any symptoms of the COVID-19 pandemic or unusual cases to TDTU for timely handling.