According to government regulations, any person with a history of travel to high-risk countries (including transit) needs to be tested immediately after arrival and is required to stay in a centralized quarantine facility. The health self-management period is extended from the original 7 days to 14 days (i.e. quarantine period + health self-management will take 28 days). After the health self-management period, another negative PCR has to be submitted for obtaining permission to enter Taiwan Tech campus.
The definition of "high-risk" is based on the CDC announcement https://www.cdc.gov.tw/.Ccurrently Brazil, the United Kingdom, the Republic of South Africa, and the Kingdom of Swatini are considered as high-risk countries.
If traveling to a high-risk country was work-related and had been approved by Taiwan Tech, you may apply for subsidies for the expenses incurred for testing and accommodation during quarantine/health self-management, in accordance with NTUST epidemic prevention regulations.
Airport pick-ups: It should be avoided to relying on a single administrative unit to arrange the airport pick-up for arriving students, as this might negatively affect normal operations of this unit. The Office of General Affairs is requested to arrange manpower to assist with the airport pick-ups.