Taking reference from the measures announced by MOH and other relevant authorities, EON has taken similar measures with immediate effect to help protect trainers, consultants, learners and staff. This is to ensure a co-ordinated effort on everyone’s part to protect our citizens and residents.
Travel Precautions: Update 26 Feb 2020
- Stay-Home Notice (SHN): Learners who have returned from mainland China, Daegu and Cheongdo should observe a 14-day Stay-home Notice.
- Trainers and learners are strongly advised to avoid travel to Hubei province in China and defer all non-essential travel to the rest of mainland China.
- Trainers and learners are also advised to avoid non-essential travel to Daegu and Cheongdo, and to exercise caution when travelling to the rest of the Republic of Korea.
- Health and travel history declaration will be required by trainers and learners.
Temperature Taking (if not taken by the venue landlord)
- Trainers and learners will be required to have their temperature taken twice a day. Once at the start of the day and a second time at the start of the afternoon session. Any person’s temperature that is 37.5 degrees and above will not be allowed entry into the classroom.
- Learners are advised to seek medical attention promptly if you feel unwell, and submit the MC for postponement of course.
- Learners are advised to bring their own mask, should you require. A limited amount is also available in the classroom.
- Hand sanitizers are available in the classroom to support personal hygiene.
For updates on advisory, please refer to: https://www.moh.gov.sg/2019-ncov-wuhan
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