According to the University’s guidelines, the laboratory will resume normal operation from tomorrow and users are reminded to follow the government and university guidelines on epidemic prevention, which include but are not limited to completing the required NAT quick test and PCR tests, uploading the health code screenshot with the date of sampling on the following eform platform, wearing a mask throughout the meal, and using a shield or partition (50 cm above the table) or in a single person compartment with a screen 50 cm above the table during activities such as eating. The maximum number of people who can eat in the room without a mask is 2, and they must be at least 1 metre apart and cannot sit face to face. Please note that there is a large number of people in and out of the pantry and there is no space for users to eat. Please inform the researchers and students in the group as well, thank you!
NAT test on every 3 days before entering the laboratory is required (if you are on leave for 3 days or more, no NAT is required during your leave)
Nucleic acid testing is based on the number of days, and a second test can be done 2 days after the date of the test. For example, if the person completes the test on Sunday (31), they will be screened again on Wednesday (3) and those who are screened today (1) will be screened again on Thursday (4).
Residents can make an appointment for NAT test by following the link below (https://eservice.ssm.gov.mo/allpeoplernatestbook ). Test results cannot be used for customs clearance. For self-pay kiosks (by appointment only), the appointment link is (https://eservice.ssm.gov.mo/rnatestbook/V21/ or (https://app.ssm.gov.mo/kkhtbook ). Paper test certificates can be provided and the test results can be used for customs clearance with a health code.
Residents will not be required to undergo daily rapid antigen testing from 2 August onwards, nor will they be required to undergo rapid antigen testing before going to the nucleic acid testing station for nucleic acid sampling. Please keep the remaining government-offered antigen test kits in a safe place and use them as and when required.