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2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

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大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a newly identified coronavirus that is causing an outbreak of pneumonia illness. It was first identified in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, and has since spread to multiple other countries, including the United States.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is closely monitoring the situation, and considers the risk to the American public as low.

Important COVID-19 updates:

  • At this time, there have been no cases diagnosed in Michigan. New cases continue to be identified in the United States and abroad.
  • If you are sick, stay home from class or work. We ask faculty and managers to accommodate students and employees who stay home while sick. This includes relaxing documentation requirements and grade penalties for students missing class.
  • If you’ve traveled to China, South Korea, Italy or Iran, stay home and self-isolate (tips listed below) and monitor your health for 14 days from your last day in that country. The self-isolation recommendation currently does not apply in general to travelers who only transit through an airport in one of these countries, per  from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Register international travel using U-M Travel Registry.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片This is a rapidly evolving situation. U-M officials and medical experts, in close coordination with the state and local public health experts, are closely monitoring for developments and will offer additional guidance to the university community as soon as it is available.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片This page will be updated below as additional guidance becomes available.

Top questions

Should I self-isolate or self-monitor?

CDC recommends anyone returning from countries with a self-isolate for 14 days from your last day in that country. The self-isolation recommendation currently does not apply in general to travelers who only transit through an airport in one of these countries. Self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and call your healthcare provider right away if you develop symptoms.

Those returning from domestic travel in areas highly affected by COVID-19 are encouraged to self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and call your healthcare provider right away if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.

may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day.

How do I self-isolate?

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片CDC recommends anyone returning from countries with a self-isolate for 14 days from your last day in that country.

To self-isolate, you should:

  • Stay home. Do not go to work, school or public areas.
  • Separate yourself from other people in your home. Avoid visitors to your home.
  • Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day. Contact your healthcare provider if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.
  • If you have symptoms, where a facemask when you are around other people.
  • When seeking medical care, call ahead and tell them about your symptoms before heading to the doctor’s office or the emergency room.
  • Do not use public transport like buses or taxis.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and immediately throw the tissue in the trash and clean hands with sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently used objects and surfaces.

The CDC offers the following additional guidance on how to self-isolate:

I am a student who is self-isolating, who should I contact to make arrangements to miss class and other obligations?

Students that are self-isolating can contact the Dean of Students Office for assistance with academics and classes, work, participation in campus organizations or requirements, and to discuss other considerations. Email deanofstudents@umich.edu大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 or call 734-764-7420. Student Life also is working to make alternative housing arrangements on campus for students who need a place to self-isolate.

What if my roommate is self-isolating, what should I do?

Students with roommates who are self-isolating should take precautionary measures including limiting contact with anyone who is self-isolating, cleaning surfaces, washing hands frequently and avoiding sharing utensils. Students can contact the Dean of Students office (deanofstudents@umich.edu or call 734-764-7420) for further assistance.

I am an employee who is self-isolating, who should I contact to make arrangements to miss work?

Employees with questions about working arrangements during self-isolation should contact their unit supervisor. For more information, see this FAQ from Human Resources: http://hr.goblinshoecandles.com/2019-novel-coronavirus.

The university is watching guidance from federal, state and local authorities. At this time, there is no university recommendation to cancel upcoming large gatherings. We are aware that some individual schools, colleges and units are canceling or postponing events as a precaution. We recommend event attendees checking in directly with event organizers to confirm if the event will continue.

If you are an event organizer, we encourage you to think about alternate ways to convene the event (virtually) or to postpone or cancel based on your event’s specific risk. Please review CDC guidance for hosting large gatherings: .

The university has issued U-M travel restrictions for countries with a as a result of COVID-19. Those countries include: China, South Korea, Iran and Italy. All U-M Related Travel to these countries, including for faculty and staff, is discouraged. Personal travel to these countries also is discouraged.

There are no U-M travel restrictions for domestic travel. However, caution is advised around travel to areas with sustained community transmission of COVID-19.

CDC recommends anyone returning from countries with a self-isolate for 14 days from your last day in that country.

Those returning from domestic travel in areas highly affected by COVID-19 are encouraged to self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and contact your healthcare provider if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.

Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day.

All Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and students who recently traveled to California or Washington state must contact Occupational Health Services upon their return and self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon return. Also, any ill persons should stay home.

What changes has U-M made to its education abroad programs in light of the COVID-19 outbreak?

The university has suspended all university-related travel (including education abroad programs) to countries with a CDC Level 3 Travel Warning (Avoid Nonessential Travel – Widespread Community Transmission) as a result of COVID-19. Those countries include: China, South Korea, Iran and Italy. All U-M Related Travel to these countries, including for faculty and staff, is discouraged. Personal travel to these countries also is discouraged.

We encourage you to return to this page for the latest information. You can also view all U-M Travel Warning and Restriction destinations on Global Michigan: http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/warnings-restrictions/

How does the U-M decide to cancel education abroad programs due to COVID-19 related concerns?

When the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issues a Warning Level 3 – Avoid Nonessential Travel大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 notice for a country, that country will automatically become a U-M Travel Restriction.  When this happens, all students registered for travel to that country will be notified of the restriction and all U-M managed education abroad programs for that country will be cancelled. In addition, the U-M office organizing each program will reach out to students individually about program cancellations and next steps.

U-M offices may also cancel programs if travel disruptions or host country restrictions prevent them from meeting the educational goals of the travel experience (regardless of whether or not the host country is under a U-M Travel Restriction).  These offices may consult with the Provost’s Office Global Engagement Team for guidance.

As a student, what can I do to minimize the impact of a possible program cancellation?

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Recognizing that the COVID-19 outbreak is fluid and unpredictable, U-M encourages you to:

  • Consider your own personal comfort level when choosing an education abroad experience.
  • Have a contingency plan in place.  This may include identifying an alternate education abroad program or domestic experience to pursue in case your program is cancelled.  You may want to discuss contingencies with your academic advisor or the office managing your education abroad experience.
  • Build financial flexibility into your travel plans by purchasing trip cancellation insurance.

If I am currently abroad on a U-M program and choose to return home on my own, how might my academic credit and finances be affected? 

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片U-M understands that personal tolerance for risk may vary and that individuals may choose to leave programs that have not been cancelled.  We respect these personal decisions.  If you are considering returning home, talk with your host university or program provider to find out what options might be available for online learning or remote exams that could help you complete your coursework. The U-M office that is managing your education abroad program can explain the financial aspects of leaving early, as certain fees may not be refundable.  Likewise, your U-M academic advisor and U-M financial aid officer can walk you through implications for your degree progress and your financial aid package.  All of these resources can inform your final decision.

Does U-M have any recommendations for students traveling independently and not on a U-M managed program?

Independent travelers are still encouraged to follow U-M guidance: http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/warnings-restrictions/, which includes avoiding all travel to countries under U-M Travel Restriction.  Students may also register their travel with U-M (http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/register-your-travel/大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片) so they can receive university communications and updates specific to their location.  For non U-M programs, it’s important that students stay in close contact with the host university or provider to understand their program-specific cancellation policies.


Frequently Asked Questions

 

Health, wellness and prevention

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片COVID-19 is a newly identified coronavirus that is causing an outbreak of pneumonia illness. It was first identified in December 2019 in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, are common throughout the world and usually cause mild to moderate illness in people. This new virus is a public health concern because:

  • It is newly identified, so much is still unknown about it.
  • Two other human coronaviruses, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV, have caused severe illness.

The CDC considers COVID-19 a public health concern based on current information. However, the immediate health risk to the general U.S. public is considered low at this time. The CDC and the World Health Organization are closely monitoring the situation and providing ongoing guidance.

may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.

Person-to-person spread is occurring, although it’s unclear exactly how it is transmitted and how easily the virus spreads between people.

Recommendations for people with respiratory symptoms:

If you have symptoms of fever, cough, and/or difficulty breathing and in the last 14 days:

  • You traveled to/through China.
  • You traveled to any of the countries with a .
  • You had close contact with someone who has laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 within 14 days of symptom onset.

You should:

  • Seek medical care right away. Before you go to a doctor’s office or emergency department, call ahead and tell them about your recent travel and your symptoms.
    • U-M students and other UHS patients may call UHS at 734-764-8320, day or night.
    • Others may contact their health care provider or call the Washtenaw County Health Department at 734-544-6700.
  • Avoid contact with others.
  • Do not travel while sick. Please do not use public transportation or arrive unannounced at UHS. Individuals should instead call (734-764-8320). UHS offers advice by phone day or night, to help save students (and other UHS patients) a trip to UHS or the emergency department.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when coughing or sneezing.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available

Testing may be recommended by a clinician for symptomatic individuals (fever +/- respiratory symptoms) with recent travel to or areas with sustained community transmission.

In the state of Michigan, all testing is currently performed by Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. 

Currently, there is no specific antiviral treatment recommended for COVID-19. People infected with COVID-19 should receive supportive care to help relieve symptoms. (source: )

Not at this time, although research that could lead to a vaccine is moving ahead quickly.

There is no vaccine to prevent this virus, and the advises that the best way to prevent infection is to avoid being exposed to COVID-19.

Here are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of all respiratory viruses:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
  • Consider alternatives to shaking hands.
  • Unless you are sick with cough, sneezing and fever, it is not advised to wear a mask.

The CDC does not recommend that people without symptoms wear a mask. You may be asked to wear a mask when visiting a health care facility and some individuals may choose to wear a mask.

Should I self-isolate or self-monitor?

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片CDC recommends anyone returning from countries with a self-isolate for 14 days from your last day in that country. The self-isolation recommendation currently does not apply in general to travelers who only transit through an airport in one of these countries. Self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and call your healthcare provider right away if you develop symptoms.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Those returning from domestic travel in areas highly affected by COVID-19 are encouraged to self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and call your healthcare provider right away if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.

Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day.

How do I self-isolate?

CDC recommends anyone returning from countries with a self-isolate for 14 days from your last day in that country. The self-isolation recommendation currently does not apply in general to travelers who only transit through an airport in one of these countries.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片To self-isolate, you should:

  • Stay home. Do not go to work, school or public areas.
  • Separate yourself from other people in your home. Avoid visitors to your home.
  • Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day. Contact your healthcare provider if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.
  • If you have symptoms, where a facemask when you are around other people.
  • When seeking medical care, call ahead and tell them about your symptoms before heading to the doctor’s office or the emergency room.
  • Do not use public transport like buses or taxis.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, and immediately throw the tissue in the trash and clean hands with sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently used objects and surfaces.

The CDC offers the following additional guidance on how to self-isolate:

I am a student who is self-isolating, who should I contact to make arrangements to miss class and other obligations?

Students that are self-isolating can contact the Dean of Students Office for assistance with academics and classes, work, participation in campus organizations or requirements, and to discuss other considerations. Email deanofstudents@umich.edu大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 or call 734-764-7420. Student Life also is working to make alternative housing arrangements on campus for students who need a place to self-isolate.

What if my roommate is self-isolating, what should I do?

Students with roommates who are self-isolating should take precautionary measures including limiting contact with anyone who is self-isolating, cleaning surfaces, washing hands frequently, and avoiding sharing utensils. Students can contact the Dean of Students office (deanofstudents@umich.edu大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 or call 734-764-7420) for further assistance.

I am an employee who is self-isolating, who should I contact to make arrangements to miss work?

Employees with questions about working arrangements during self-isolation should contact their unit supervisor. For more information, see this FAQ from Human Resources: http://hr.goblinshoecandles.com/2019-novel-coronavirus

 

University preparedness

There are no confirmed cases of coronavirus COVID-19 within the state of Michigan and the risk in the U.S. remains low.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片U-M officials and medical experts, in close coordination with the state and local public health experts, are closely monitoring for developments and the potential impact to the U-M community. The team will offer additional guidance to the university community as necessary.

At this time, there is no change to U-M day-to-day campus operations in Ann Arbor with the current cases of COVID-19 present in the U.S.

The current coronavirus situation highlights the importance of continuity of operations planning and how it can help mitigate the impact of an emergency affecting the U-M community, facilities and mission. The university encourages units review their COOP plans and update as necessary to ensure appropriate measures are in place to address potential disruptions in personnel, academic delivery, research, supply chain and business operations. DPSS Emergency Management can provide assistance and can be contacted at (734) 763-8391 or dpss-emergency-management@umich.edu.

The university is watching guidance from federal state and local authorities. At this time, there is no university recommendation to cancel upcoming large gatherings (greater than 100 attendees). We are aware that some individual schools, colleges and units are canceling or postponing events as a precaution. We recommend checking in directly with event organizers to confirm if the event will continue.

If you are an event organizer, we encourage you to think about alternate ways to convene the event (virtually) or to postpone or cancel based on your event’s specific risk. Please review CDC guidance for hosting large gatherings: .

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The university is taking extra precautions to clean high-touch surfaces on campus, including dining areas, classrooms, healthcare facilities and recreational facilities.

Michigan Medicine is actively preparing for potential COVID-19 patients and has activated comprehensive emergency response teams, which are ready and prepared for all types of emergencies. Patients and visitors are being screened to quickly identify those with travel-related risk factors or potential contact with infected people.

Our healthcare providers also are preparing for the possibility of cases within the state of Michigan by providing standard facemasks to patients with respiratory illness or fever when they enter our healthcare facilities.

UHS is coordinating with Washtenaw County Public Health, Michigan Medicine, the Provost Office, Global Michigan (see U-M Travel Warnings and Restrictions), the International Center, and other university stakeholders regarding response. UHS and Michigan Medicine have implemented additional screening for anyone who has recently travelled internationally.

 

Travel and study abroad

The university has issued U-M travel restrictions for countries with a as a result of COVID-19. Those countries include: China, South Korea, Iran and Italy. All U-M Related Travel大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 to these countries, including for faculty and staff, is discouraged. Personal travel to these countries also is discouraged.

There are no U-M travel restrictions for domestic travel. However, caution is advised around travel to areas with sustained community transmission of COVID-19.

Those returning from domestic travel in the past 14 days to areas highly affected by COVID-19 are encouraged to self-monitor for the development of any symptoms, and contact your healthcare provider if you develop a fever or respiratory symptoms.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 may be flu-like, ranging from mild to serious, and include:

  • Fever.
  • Cough.
  • Difficulty breathing.

Self-monitor for fever by checking temperature at least twice a day.

All Michigan Medicine faculty, staff and students who traveled to China, South Korea, Italy or Iran in the past 14 days must contact Occupational Health Services upon their return, stay home, self-isolate and self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days. Also, any ill persons should stay home.

Employees who return from countries with a , or from California or Washington state must contact OHS upon their return and self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days upon return.

What changes has the U-M made to its education abroad programs in light of the COVID-19 outbreak?

The university has suspended all university-related travel (including education abroad programs) to countries with a CDC Level 3 Travel Warning (Avoid Nonessential Travel – Widespread Community Transmission) as a result of COVID-19. Those countries include: China, South Korea, Iran and Italy. All U-M Related Travel to these countries, including for faculty and staff, is discouraged. Personal travel to these countries also is discouraged.

We encourage you to return to this page for the latest information. You can also view all U-M Travel Warning and Restriction destinations on Global Michigan: http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/warnings-restrictions/

How does U-M decide to cancel education abroad programs due to COVID-19 related concerns?

When the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issues a Warning Level 3 – Avoid Nonessential Travel notice for a country, that country will automatically become a U-M Travel Restriction.  When this happens, all students registered for travel to that country will be notified of the restriction and all U-M managed education abroad programs for that country will be cancelled. In addition, the U-M office organizing each program will reach out to students individually about program cancellations and next steps.

U-M offices may also cancel programs if travel disruptions or host country restrictions prevent them from meeting the educational goals of the travel experience (regardless of whether or not the host country is under a U-M Travel Restriction).  These offices may consult with the Provost’s Office Global Engagement Team for guidance.

As a student, what can I do to minimize the impact of a possible program cancellation?

Recognizing that the COVID-19 outbreak is fluid and unpredictable, U-M encourages you to:

  • Consider your own personal comfort level when choosing an education abroad experience.
  • Have a contingency plan in place.  This may include identifying an alternate education abroad program or domestic experience to pursue in case your program is cancelled.  You may want to discuss contingencies with your academic advisor or the office managing your education abroad experience.
  • Build financial flexibility into your travel plans by purchasing trip cancellation insurance.

If I am currently abroad on a U-M program and choose to return home on my own, how might my academic credit and finances be affected? 

U-M understands that personal tolerance for risk may vary and that individuals may choose to leave programs that have not been cancelled.  We respect these personal decisions.  If you are considering returning home, talk with your host university or program provider to find out what options might be available for online learning or remote exams that could help you complete your coursework. The U-M office that is managing your education abroad program can explain the financial aspects of leaving early, as certain fees may not be refundable.  Likewise, your U-M academic advisor and U-M financial aid officer can walk you through implications for your degree progress and your financial aid package.  All of these resources can inform your final decision.

Does the University of Michigan have any recommendations for students traveling independently and not on a U-M managed program?

Independent travelers are still encouraged to follow U-M guidance: http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/warnings-restrictions/, which includes avoiding all travel to countries under U-M Travel Restriction.  Students may also register their travel with U-M (http://global.goblinshoecandles.com/travel-resources/register-your-travel/大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片) so they can receive university communications and updates specific to their location.  For non U-M programs, it’s important that students stay in close contact with the host university or provider to understand their program-specific cancellation policies.

In response to the the University of Michigan is reviewing upcoming international exchange and education abroad programs in alignment with for countries with higher levels of risk for COVID-19. The university will continue to restrict travel to locations with a CDC Level 3 Travel Warning: Avoid non-essential travel. U-M will notify students if their program is being cancelled and if they must leave a specific country.

Continuing to be proactive about the safety of our traveling university community, U-M already has restricted travel to China, Iran, Italy  and South Korea.

All travel to China, South Korea, Iran and Italy at this time is discouraged. While the International Travel Policy SPG 601.31 does not regulate personal travel, all faculty, staff and students on personal travel are discouraged from traveling to these areas. If personal travel to these countries is essential, you should:

  1. Review the “” to understand how traveling to China or South Korea may affect your ability to re-enter the U.S.
  2. Review the U-M Travel Restrictions on Global Michigan, the alerts, and the routinely updated CDC to double-check that your destination isn’t under quarantine.
  3. Register your travel.
  4. Contact the Global Engagement Team at umich-itoc@umich.edu to discuss any travel concerns.
  5. Enroll in the U-M Travel Abroad Health Insurance with GeoBlue.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Then, follow the CDC’s travel advice for those areas.

Consult with a doctor prior to travel if you have any health-related concerns.

  • Avoid traveling while sick (traveling with a fever from an unrelated condition could result in increased screenings and other travel issues).
  • Expect additional screenings at airports and transit hubs – allow for extra travel time.
  • Avoid close contact with people suffering from acute respiratory infections.
  • Practice good hygiene through frequent handwashing, especially after direct contact with ill people or their environments.
  • Prevent close contact with live or dead farm or wild animals.

The International Center has reached out to most scholars who were planning to come to campus this month to alert them that the U.S. government has temporarily suspended entry into the U.S. for foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the 2019 novel coronavirus.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Departments should contact any individuals whose immigration documents were not issued by U-M’s International Center (e.g., B1/B2 tourist visa holders) to inform them of the university’s guidance.

Foreign nationals, other than immediate family of U.S. citizens and permanent residents, who have traveled in China within the last 14 days, are being denied entry into the U.S., starting at 5 p.m. Feb 2, for at least the next 15 days. The suspension may be extended.

Effective Feb. 2, the U.S. government suspended entry of foreign nationals who have been in China within the past 14 days. U.S. citizens, residents and their immediate family members who have been in Hubei Province and other parts of mainland China are allowed to enter the United States, but they are subject to health monitoring and possible quarantine for up to 14 days.

International students, scholars and employees should contact the International Center at icenter@umich.edu to discuss. For those individuals whose immigration related documents were issued by another institution, they should contact their respective international office for advice.

 

Classes and work

No, U-M classes will continue as scheduled.

Students who are unable to attend class due to COVID-19 should contact the Dean of Students office at +1-734-764-7420 or DeanofStudents@umich.edu to discuss their situation and request for an academic notification to be sent to the faculty instructors of all their courses, if warranted.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The academic notification, if approved, will be sent directly to the faculty instructors via the School/College’s regular notification process (usually, email) when a student’s absence from class has been confirmed as unavoidable.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The two categories of students below are eligible for academic notification:

  • Students who have recently returned to the United States and are required to self-quarantine or are held in mandatory quarantine based upon CDC and Washtenaw County Public Health guidance. Students in this group should also reach out to their instructors individually to develop a plan for participating in class remotely, if possible, and make arrangements for course assignments to span the quarantine period. Students should provide the specific dates in which they cannot attend class.
  • Chinese nationals who traveled to China and are unable to return to the U.S. because they will be denied entry as described in the January 31st .Students meeting this criterion should discuss with their instructors possible options for completing the course remotely, if available, with consideration that a return-to-campus date cannot be planned at this time. Students in this group who have to drop all courses for the semester may reach out to Patti Mousseau in Wolverine Services to apply for an exception for late disenrollment at wolverineservices@umich.edu.

Students who do not meet these 2 Coronavirus-related criteria outlined above for academic notification/missing class are expected to attend class.

When possible, departments are encouraged to allow employees to work remotely if they are directed to stay home from work by a healthcare provider or government health agency. Vacation, paid time off or excused time without pay is available for employees who are unable to work remotely. In the event of a recommended or required quarantine, employees unable to work remotely may use paid sick time in lieu of vacation or excused time without pay. For additional information, read this Human Resources FAQ: http://hr.goblinshoecandles.com/2019-novel-coronavirus.

 

Community support

Reports of the impact of  COVID-19 around the world can be troubling, especially for members of the community who are from or have friends and family in affected areas.

Resources and support are available for students through the Dean of Students Office or Counseling and Psychological Services. Faculty and staff can reach out to the Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office at 734-936-8660.  Michigan Medicine Faculty and Staff can access resources through the Office of Counseling and Workplace Resilience at 734-763-5409.

U-M aspires for a healthy, respectful and welcoming learning environment for U-M community members and endeavors to create an environment in which all members of the campus community welcomed and supported.

 

If you have additional questions not addressed above, please email public.affairs@umich.edu. 


 

Note: recommendations contained in these past updates may have changed as new information has become available 

 

Feb. 1, 2020 at 11 a.m.

Following the World Health Organization’s decision to declare the 2019 novel coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern, U.S. President Donald Trump declared on Jan. 31 that the coronavirus presents a .

U-M officials and medical experts, in close coordination with the state and local public health experts, are closely monitoring these developments and will offer additional guidance to the university community as soon as it is available.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Currently, there are no confirmed cases of coronavirus within the state of Michigan and the risk associated with coronavirus in the U.S. remains low.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片As part of this federal action to prevent further spread of the virus, the U.S. government will implement temporary measures effective Feb. 2 at 5 p.m. :

  • Any U.S. citizen returning to the U.S. who has been in China’s Hubei Province in the previous 14 days will be subject to up to 14 days of mandatory quarantine to ensure they are provided proper medical care and health screening.
  • Any U.S. citizen returning to the U.S. who has been in the rest of Mainland China within the previous 14 days will undergo proactive entry health screening at a select number of ports of entry and up to 14 days of home quarantine with public health monitoring to ensure they have not contracted the virus and do not pose a public health risk.
  • Temporary suspension of entry into the U.S. for foreign nationals who pose a risk of transmitting the 2019 novel coronavirus. Foreign nationals, other than immediate family of U.S. citizens and permanent residents, who have traveled in China within the last 14 days, will be denied entry into the U.S. for this time.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片This proclamation is effective at 5 p.m. eastern standard time on Feb. 2, 2020, and will be reviewed for renewal, modifications or termination no more than 15 days after it goes into effect.


Jan. 31, 2020 

The U.S. State Department classifies China as a , recommending that individuals avoid all travel to the country.

The entire country remains under a U-M travel restriction. All U-M Related Travel to China, including for faculty and staff, is discouraged. Personal travel to China also is discouraged.

In addition, the Washtenaw County Health Department has reported that results for all three individuals who were being tested for the new coronavirus have come back negative. Currently, there are no confirmed cases in Michigan.

More information here: .


Jan. 27, 2020 at 6 p.m. 

The CDC recently classified China as a , recommending that all individuals avoid nonessential travel to the country.

Because of the CDC action, all travel to China is under a U-M travel restriction大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片. Undergraduate students may not proceed with U-M related travel to China and graduate students may only do so with an university-approved safety plan, which ensures they are aware of the health risks, have developed strategies to stay safe, and are prepared to shelter in place should China impose additional travel restrictions.


Jan. 27, 2020 at 4:40 p.m.

Message shared with the U-M campus community:

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Dear faculty, staff and students;

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The University of Michigan is closely monitoring an outbreak of respiratory illness caused by a novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China.

While there are some confirmed cases in the U.S., no cases have been confirmed in Michigan. Of the four potential cases in southeast Michigan that were recently submitted for testing, three have come back negative for the virus. University officials are monitoring the remaining case closely in partnership with local and state public health experts.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片At this time, the immediate health risk from 2019-nCoV to the general public in the U.S. is considered low. This situation may change quickly as we learn more about how this new virus spreads between people.

As of Jan. 27, the Washtenaw County Health Department does not consider contact with a healthy person who has had recent travel to China or Wuhan a risk for potential exposure.

What are the symptoms of novel coronavirus?
Common signs of 2019-nCoV include mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough and shortness of breath. In more severe cases, infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome and kidney failure. For more information, visit the University Health Service Novel Coronavirus 2019-nCoV website.

What should I do?
大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片 If you have not been in Wuhan, China, in the past two weeks, or had close contact with someone in Wuhan who was ill or being evaluated for 2019-nCoV, your risk is currently considered very low.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片If you develop a fever and respiratory symptoms within 14 days of travel through Wuhan, China, the CDC recommends that you call ahead to a medical provider and mention your recent travel or close contact. If you are concerned, contact your health care provider or Washtenaw County Health Department. Students and UHS patients may contact University Health Service at 734-764-8320.

Here are everyday actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Stay home when you are sick.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
  • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
  • Get a flu vaccine.

Students and other UHS patients can get a flu shot at UHS – see http://uhs.goblinshoecandles.com/fluvaccination大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片. Others may contact their health care provider or local pharmacies – see .

Travel to/from China?
As a precaution, the entire country is under a U-M travel warning.

Students planning U-M-related travel to China (outside of Hubei province) must submit a safety plan for approval, which ensures they are aware of the health risks, have developed strategies to stay safe and are prepared to shelter in place should China impose additional travel restrictions.

The entire province of Hubei is under a U-M travel restriction. Undergraduate students may not proceed with U-M related travel to Hubei and graduate students may only do so with an approved safety plan.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片If you have any upcoming plans to travel to China through U-M programs and have questions, please reach out to the program directly for further information.

Resources
University Health Service
U-M Global Michigan


U-M Counseling and Psychological Services
U-M Dean of Students Office

We will continue to monitor the outbreak closely in partnership with our local and state public health officials. The most up-to-date information can be found here on the U-M Public Affairs website.

Sincerely,

Preeti Malani, MD
U-M Chief Health Officer
Professor of Medicine

Robert D. Ernst, MD
Associate Vice President of Student Life for Health and Wellness
Executive Director of University Health Service
Clinical Assistant Professor

Lindsey Mortenson, MD
Medical Director
University Health Service


Jan. 24, 2020

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is a newly identified coronavirus that is causing an outbreak of pneumonia illness. It was first identified in December 2019 in the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Since then, the virus has been identified in multiple other countries, including cases in the U.S.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is closely monitoring developments around the virus.

In response, the university has convened an expert team to monitor the situation. The team includes colleagues from the University Health Service, Washtenaw County Public Health, Michigan Medicine, the Provost’s Office Global Engagement Team and other university stakeholders.

UHS has posted a Novel Coronavirus 2019-nCoV FAQ here.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片The university has been in touch with all travelers registered to be in China or registered for upcoming travel to China. This also includes education abroad units that sponsor programs in China.

Out of precaution, the university has designated a U-M travel warning for China.

大臿蕉香蕉大视频_大臿蕉香蕉大视频,777光棍天堂_秋霞2019理论2018年成片Currently, U-M has no travelers registered for travel to Hubei province, which includes the city of Wuhan.

U-M will continue to monitor the situation for developments and will notify U-M travelers of any updates.