In order to strengthen the infection control of COVID-19 pandemic, also to ensure the safety and health of our patients and their family members, we would like all visitors to refer to the latest disease prevention and control guidelines issued by the government as below:
Important: Our hospital does not have a fever clinic. If you are showing temperature ≥37.3℃, and/or experiencing symptoms of dry cough, fatigue, loss of sense of smell or taste, blocked nose, runny nose, sore throat, conjunctivitis, muscle soreness, diarrhea, we are not able to treat you, please visit to a medical facility with a fever clinic.
Before entering the hospital
Please bring along a valid identity card or passport, and show your Health Code and Travel Code at the hospital entrance. All individuals entering the hospital are required to wear a mask at all times (please do not use masks with expiratory valves), show their “Health Code” and “Travel Code", and cooperate with a COVID related screening questionnaires. Patients without a smart phone will be guided to fill out the COVID related screening questionnaires by a hospital staff.
In accordance to the government’s regulation, if you presented with below symptoms, you will be guided to a quarantine station, an ambulance will then be called to transport you to the nearest medical facility with a fever clinic. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation!
1) Body temperature ≥ 37.3 ℃;
2) Dry cough, fatigue, decreased sense of smell and taste, stuffy nose, runny nose, sore throat, conjunctivitis, myalgia and diarrhea;
3) Have passed through medium and high-risk areas within two weeks, or have travel and residence history in medium and high-risk areas, or have family members with medium and high-risk contact history;
4) Contact with suspected or confirmed patients within 2 weeks;
5) In last 2 weeks, close contact with patients with fever, dry cough, fatigue, cold and other symptoms outside medium and high risk areas now have similar symptoms;
6) have been linked to clusters of disease outbreaks or have an epidemiological connection with those infected by New Coronavirus.
The hospital is currently operating under a strict appointment system.
A pandemic-related survey will be given during your visit/stay. We would appreciate it if you can cooperate with us in answering all questions truthfully and accurately.
Please maintain a social distance of at least one meter between individuals in the hospital.
Patients are required to submit a negative COVID nucleic acid test report within 48 hours before they are allowed to be admitted into the hospital.
Hospital visits are currently no longer allowed for preventive health and safety reasons. Family members accompanying patients as companions are also discouraged unless it is absolutely necessary. Only one companion is allowed for patients who requires such assistance (a valid negative COVID nucleic acid test report within 48 hours of admission is required for the companion).
The companions are required to present their personal ID’s or passports, Health Codes and Travel Codes with body temperature checks, and complete the registration forms in order to gain the caregiver certificates for inpatient ward access.
Those who have not completed their COVID-19 vaccinations are strongly encouraged to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
Traveling outside of your city of residence is discouraged, do not travel to medium- or high-risk areas.
Avoid gathering in large crowds.
Continue exercising with high level of precaution: always wear your mask, maintain a safe distance from others, pay attention to personal hygiene; remind yourself of the“five must of protections”—keep your mask on, social distance, cover your nose and mouth when coughing or sneezing, wash your hands frequently, and keep the windows open for ventilation.
Thank you for your cooperation.