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NSRRC Preventative Measures for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic  
(Effective on 2022/07/26, adjusted whenever necessary.)
2022/07/25

NSRRC Preventative Measures for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic
(Effective on 2022/07/26, adjusted whenever necessary.)

You must follow the protocols and preventative measures detailed below when you enter the NSRRC campus, regardless of the length of your visit.
 
1. Enter and exit the NSRRC campus through the main gate ONLY. At the Security Guard Office, you must (1) present your user card or obtain a visitor badge, and (2) have your temperature taken. Access to campus is not permitted if the previous requirements are not fulfilled or a fever is detected.
 
You are responsible for monitoring your own health and doing your part to stop the spread of COVID-19. You should follow the quarantine/isolation rules set by the government. If you are undergoing self-health management or self-initiated epidemic prevention, you must provide us with the negative result of your rapid antigen test within 2 days prior to your entry to the NSRRC. 
 
Users: One day before coming to the NSRRC, you must email your negative test result to Ms. Chien of the User Administration and Promotion Office of your arrival.
Others without a valid user card: One day before coming to the NSRRC, you must email your negative test result to your NSRRC host or contact who will inform Mr. Chang of the General Affair Office of your arrival.

2. You must have a valid user card/visitor badge to swipe into permitted areas.
3. You must wear a mask the whole time when you are inside the NSRRC campus.
4. NSRRC will uphold any and all measures announced by Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Hsinchu City Government when tackling conditions not addressed in this document.

Users
5. If you are not able to come to the NSRRC to perform your experiment due to current preventative restrictions, you can conduct your experiments through mail in or remote access. Please contact the beamline spokespersons for all necessary arrangements and preparations.

Others without a valid user card
6. Couriers do not need to sign in if they do not enter any building.
7. All in-person meetings, training courses, etc. should be organized in accordance with the measures announced by Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Hsinchu City Government.
8. The NSRRC cafeteria is open for dine-in. Only boxed meals provided by the NSRRC cafeteria are allowed. Please practice social distancing; wear a mask when not eating.
9. The NSRRC Guesthouse is open, but does not accept bookings for quarantine/isolation. Guests who are undergoing self-health management or self-initiated epidemic prevention must submit the negative result of their rapid antigen test within 2 days prior to check-in. Any guest, during their stay, considered as a confirmed case must move out the Guesthouse immediately.
10. Venue booking for non-NSRRC events is re-open.

Note:
1. Anyone who hide or deny their COVID-19 symptoms or diagnosis shall be liable for any losses to the NSRRC caused by the spread of the illness.
2. 
All measures will be continuously adjusted according to the government’s policies. The User Administration and Promotion Office will keep you updated. NSRRC reserves the right of final interpretation for the content hereinabove.