澳大利亚WSU西悉尼大学针对最新抵澳仍需隔离14天的措施及建议

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The Australian Government has announced that as of 12am on Monday 16 March, all incoming arrivals into Australia will need to enter mandatory self-isolation for 14 days, and all non-essential public gatherings of more than 500 people will now be limited. 澳大利亚政府宣布,从3月16日(周一)上午12点起,所有澳大利亚的入境者都必须强制自我隔离14天,所有500人以上的非必要公共集会现在都将受到限制。 As a consequence, we will be shifting many of our degrees to full online delivery over the next few weeks. We will keep monitoring advice from the authorities and will adjust the use of our on-campus facilities based on the information provided. 因此,在未来几周内,我们将把许多学位课程转为全在线授课。我们会继续听取有关当局的意见,并会根据所提供的资料,调整校园设施的使用。

Students in a Third Country We are aware that you may be in transit or travelling to Australia via a third country. Your safety and well-being are the University’s highest priority and in light of the rapidly changing situation, we strongly encourage you to re-consider your plans and think about returning to your home country to continue your study online. 我们知道你可能在过境或通过第三国前往澳大利亚。你的安全和幸福是大学的最高优先事项,鉴于迅速变化的形势,我们强烈建议你重新考虑你的计划,并考虑回到你的祖国继续你的在线学习。 We understand this may be a difficult time and returning home will impact your study experience. If you return home to China, and continue your studies online, you will remain eligible for the AUD$1500 China Access Payment. To receive payment, you will need to demonstrate that your original travel itinerary met the conditions of the offer. 我们理解这可能是一个困难的时期,回国将影响你的学习经历。如果你回到中国,继续你的在线学习,你将仍然有资格获得澳元1500的资助China Access Payment。奖励的条件是,你需要证明你原来的旅行路线符合条件。

If you decide to return home, please ensure you monitor and check the quarantine requirements for inbound travellers to your home country. 如果您决定返回本国,请确保您对入境旅客的检疫要求进行监视和检查。

Arriving in Australia If you are still intending to travel to Australia, please contact us to advise of your intended arrival date. If you have already arrived, and not made contact, please do so immediately. 如果您仍然打算去澳大利亚旅游,请联系我们,告知您预定的到达日期。如果您已经到达,但还没有联系,请立即联系。

Regardless of the self-isolation period you may have undertaken in a third country, you will also need to enter mandatory, self-isolation for 14-days upon arrival in Australia. Our staff can help you in making plans for your self-isolation period, to ensure you have the support you need.

Contact coronavirusadvice@westernsydney.edu.au or +61 2 9852 5399, Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm AEDT. 不管你在第三国的自我隔离期如何,你在抵达澳大利亚后还需要强制自我隔离14天。我们的工作人员可以帮助您制定自我隔离期的计划,以确保您得到所需的支持。 Symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, coughing, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath. If you develop symptoms, seek medical attention. If you want to talk to someone about your symptoms first, call the Coronavirus Health Information Line (1800 020 080) for advice. You should also telephone your healthcare provider. COVID-19的症状包括发烧、咳嗽、喉咙痛、疲劳和气短。如果出现症状,寻求医疗救助。如果你想先和别人谈谈你的症状,请拨打冠状病毒健康咨询热线(1800 020 080)寻求建议。你也应该打电话给你的医疗服务提供者。

Support for students This situation is challenging and stressful for many students. We are strengthening our study and welfare support, particularly as we move to full online teaching. If you are experiencing any difficulties, or feeling anxious or isolated, please reach out through the coronavirus information line or email address in the first instance, and we will ensure you are followed up and get whatever help you need.

Helpline If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact coronavirusadvice@westernsydney.edu.au, or +61 2 9852 5399, Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm AEDT.