General advice for organisers
- Pay attention to the government announcement on prevention of communicable diseases (Centre for Health Protection website).
- Remind participants NOT to join the activity if feeling unwell or having fever or respiratory symptoms.
- Control the number of participants to avoid overcrowding.
- Maintain cleanliness and good ventilation of the venue.
- Provision of surgical masks, alcohol-based handrubs, disposable tissue paper and lidded rubbish bins for participants.
- Ensure good sanitary conditions in toilets and provide liquid soap, disposable towels and/or hand dryers in toilets.
- Observe food hygiene.
- Prepare clinic information (address and phone number) nearest to CUHK for visitors.
General advice for participants
- Refrain from attending gatherings if having fever or respiratory symptoms.
- Observe good personal hygiene practices. Wash hands with soap and/or use alcohol handrub frequently.
- Avoid visiting crowded or poorly-ventilated places.
- Avoid sharing of personal items among participants (e.g. towels, water bottles, etc.).
If there is participant feeling unwell
- Inform organisers / supervisors immediately if there is injury or illness among participants.
- For mild condition, CUHK staff or students can go to the University Health Service for consultation during office hours; visitors can go to the clinics near CUHK.
- For emergency condition during non-office hours, call 999 immediately and inform Security Unit of CUHK at 3943 7999. The nearest A&E Unit is at Prince of Wales Hospital.
Response under Emergency Situations
- Stay calm.
- Call 999 immediately and inform Security Unit of CUHK at 3943 7999 for those who need to attend hospital immediately.
- Inform up-to-date condition of the patient to relevant units, and leave your contact number for follow up if necessary.
- Useful telephone numbers:
- Office hours: University Health Service (Tel: 3943 6422)
- Non-office hours, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: Security Unit (Tel: 3943 7999)