This update is to share developments in the past month to create awareness within the government of the urgent need for teachers to receive letters of invitation to return to China.
COVID Information & Prevention
Information and education are vital in helping others to understand the severity of a pandemic. With this in mind, we have undertaken to provide Updates on the spread of the virus, actions taken by the government and to alert schools about unprecedented challenges that appear after actions by government to contain and prevent the virus spread such as dramatic enrolment decreases, teachers stranded abroad, loss of newly recruited teachers, budget constraints, unpredictable additional costs and other types of crises. The Updates shown below illustrate the development over time of the government efforts undertaken to contain the virus and the impact on international schools. Great efforts were undertaken to ensure that the information was accurate and valid. However, with time some changes may have occurred so it is recommended to refer to them starting first with the latest.
This article provides the latest travel restrictions, challenges for students heading to universities, and changes in America.
This article shares the latest COVID-19 situation, plus information re airport entry points and backlogs of foreign arrivals.
This alert provides useful notice about children and the coronavirus.
We would like to share with you latest comparing studies related to corona viruses and issues for you and your staff to plan ahead as school reopenings are approaching or already happening.
This document is designed for use by schools that were closed during an epidemic or those that remained open as an epidemic began its spread.
Responding to China's recent message of closing its borders to foreigners on Friday, March 27 at midnight.
This is the fifth weekly report since the first one appeared on January 28, just before campus closings were announced.
Due to the coronavirus related school closings we have been working with host schools and Sports and ACE leaders to review and take action on the following events:
This is the fourth weekly report since the first one appeared on January 28, just before campus closings were announced.
This list is designed for Heads of international schools in countries where schools have been closed or may be closed due to infectious disease.
With many cities appearing in the media, eerily covered in fog and with abandoned streets, or queues of mask-covered people standing in long lines for more face masks, a fearful image is transmitted across the world.
If you are now in China, welcome back from New Year Holidays. In the midst of the early stages of the Corona virus, with school closing in most provinces/regions until February 17 and in some, already extended through March 2, closings should be viewed as a dramatic, but positive step to contain the spread of the virus.
As you return from this special holiday season, you will be facing many new challenges with regard to another of the corona type viruses that have emerged every few years such as SARS, H1N1, avian flu, swine flu and others.
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