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COVID updates & class operating instructions

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 class operating instructions & local COVID rules and regulations


April 9th update:


The government extended the current 'social distancing' (level 2 in the metropolitan area, level 1.5 in the non-metropolitan area (including Chuncheon)) and banning private gatherings of five or more nationwide by three more weeks until the 2nd of May. 


March 26th update:

The social distancing levels announced in the February 13th update, below have been extended for a further two weeks.  


March 12th update:

The social distancing levels announced in the February 13th update, below have been extended for a further two weeks.  


February 13th   update:


From the 15th, the'social distance' Level for the prevention of COVID-19 will be downgraded one step to Level 2 in the metropolitan area and Level 1.5 in the non-metropolitan area (including Chuncheon). 
 
In addition, the business hours limit for multi-use facilities such as gymnasiums, restaurants, and cafes in the metropolitan area has been increased by one hour from 9 pm to 10 pm. 
 
However, due to concerns about the spread of Corona 19 due to personal contact, the current'prohibition of private gatherings with more than 5 people' is maintained. 


Immediate family members are an exception.


February    1st update: 

The ban on groups of 5 or more will be extended until the Lunar New Year holidays. The Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters announced on January 31st that it will implement special quarantine measures for the Lunar New Year holidays from February 1st to the 14th, extending the'social distancing' steps by two more weeks.


January 18th, 2021 update:

The social distancing of the 2.5th stage in the metropolitan (Seoul) area and the 2nd stage in the non-metropolitan area (Chuncheon) will be extended for two weeks (January 18th to 31st). > Please refer to the table, below. 


December 23rd 2020 update:


To prevent the spread of Corona 19, the ban on meetings of five or more people will be expanded nationwide from the metropolitan area, and winter sports facilities such as ski resorts will be completely stopped. Tourist attractions will also be closed.

Private meetings of five or more people will also be limited.

The special quarantine measures are applied nationwide (including Chuncheon) from the 24th December, 2020 to January 3rd, 2021. 

These measures are in lieu of raising the social distancing level to the 3rd stage. These measures are constantly being reviewed. 


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Q&A prohibiting gatherings during the year-end and New Year holidays.


You can view the original article      here      (in Korean) in the Gangwon Ilbo newspaper by      박서화기자 (this translation is for convenience).


■ Will I be unable to go to a restaurant with five colleagues on my     way home? First of all, meals of more than 5 people are prohibited in all restaurants nationwide, including Gangwon-do, and meetings between colleagues are considered'private meetings' except for activities essential for work, so restraint is required. Of course, at restaurants in Gangwon-do, reservations for more than 5 people cannot be accepted, and admission with a group of 5 or more is prohibited. However, persons residing in the same place for resident registration such as family members are excluded from this measure.


It is also not allowed for 8 people in a group to use 2 tables of 4 people each. In case of violating this, a fine of 3 million won or less is imposed on the restaurant operator and 100,000 won or less to the user. Restaurants with a size of 50m2 or more must observe one of the following: a distance of 1m between tables, a space between seats and tables, and partitions between tables to reduce density.


How are tourist attractions closed? If a tourist attraction is an open space, a line or'no entry' sign is installed. In addition, various measures are being reviewed, such as placing managers to prevent tourists from crowding. Regarding concerns that the'balloon effect' that crowds people in the surrounding area will appear if access to major tourist sites is prohibited, the public is calling for active participation. "Even if the government initiates a forced action, there is a possibility that a balloon effect of concern may appear if the people do not actively participate," said Son Young-rae, head of the Central Accident Recovery Headquarters. I ask you to avoid and stay at home .”


■ Refunds such as cancellation of reservations are allowed =     Groups are banned for winter sports facilities such as ski resorts, snow sledding rinks, and skating rinks. This is because a large number of tourists are moving and crowded in restaurants and accommodations, increasing the risk of infection. For accommodation facilities such as resorts, hotels, and guest houses, reservations are restricted to within 50% of the room, and accommodation exceeding the room size is prohibited. Regarding the damage caused by this, measures such as compensation and refund are being discussed.


■ What to do about religious activities =     2.5 steps are applied nationwide for religious facilities. Non-face-to-face worship is the principle nationwide, and meetings and meals are prohibited. The same goes for Christmas. In addition, intensive inspections are also conducted on high-risk workplaces such as   foreign workers' residence areas and call centers.




December 14th 2020 update:


Additional information regarding the 2020-2 semester final exams


In relation to the recent COVID diagnosis on campus, we will provide additional information regarding the 2020-2 semester final exams. In accordance with the school's emergency response plan, which has already been announced (below)   , classes and final exams   will be     switched     to     non-face-to-face when     the government's     “social distancing” is raised to the third stage     (Level 3)    . > Chuncheon is currently   NOT   at this level. 
 
 

However, given the recent diagnosis of COVID on campus it is suggested that final exams be converted to non-face to face testing, where appropriate.   

□ Content 

When the final exams in progress and   when non-face-to-face evaluation is possible, switch to non-face-to-face evaluation

and. 

In the case of COVID risk being upgraded to Level 3 (Stage 3) these suggestions will become mandatory, as stated by government law.

The original (Korean) version of this announcement may be viewed   here . 


December 3rd 2020 update:


Notice of change in class operation according to the step 2 of social distancing


  Chuncheon City has upgraded the social distancing stage to stage 2 through consultations with the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters (Public Company) and Gangwon-do (    implemented at 12:00 on December 3, 2020    ). For this reason, we would like to change the class operation method to a class method corresponding to the second stage of “Social Distancing ”according to the already known emergency response plan, so please refer to it.

  

□     Content

a. For lectures currently being conducted as face- to- face or parallel classes, the     number of people attending face-to -face     is limited to     less than 30     or converted to non-face-to-face classes.

b. For Final Exam; if you need face-to-face during proceeds,     each classroom of 50 to limit the personnel within people     (classroom maximum occupancy to 50% range). Otherwise enforcing the level test. ※     2 with the steps the government instructions: 100 or more meetings and events are banned.
       

c. Effective date:     December 3, 2020
 
     □     2020-2 semester operational standards    
  -apply to the linked steps, depending on the positioning of the government of the social distance


Division

Government guidelines content

Hallym University class operation

Stage 1    
 (distance from life)

School density 3.2 principles, telecommuting recommendations (1/5)    
500 or more municipalities to report events

·     Disinfectant enhanced operation    , the face-to-face classroom instruction 50% scale operations     (facing / progress non face-to-face in parallel classes), the non-face class     (video, image, B / L, F / L, etc.)

Stage 1.5    
 (Initiation of regional epidemic)

Comply with 2/3 of the density of school attendance

· Recommend to work from home (1/3)

Prohibit more than 100 people at some events such as festivals

Stage 2    
 (Starting nationwide spread)

· High school density 1/3 principle (maximum 2/3)    
 · Telecommuting recommended (1/3)    
 ·   No     meetings and events with more than 100 people

·     Non-face-to-face class conversion for 30 or more classes    
· Experiment; Practicum; Practical subjects face -to- face / non-face-to-face mixed operation    
· For theoretical classes with less than 30 students, non-face-to-face conversion is possible at the choice of the teacher in charge    
· Grade evaluation (within 50% of grade A) However, it is possible to maintain the existing evaluation method according to the characteristics of the subject

For non-face -to -face lectures, select either video or real-time video lectures

Stage 2.5    
 (the national trend in earnest)

Comply with 1/3 of the attendance density

· Recommend to work from home (1/3)

Prohibit meetings and events with more than 50 people

Stage 3    
 (a national pandemic)

Switch to remote classes    
Obligation to work from home other than essential personnel    
Prohibition of meetings and events with more than 10 people

·     The Is Is the the Fully Is the non-face-to-face, Conversion, class ,,    
· Grade Evaluation (within 50% of Grade Amperes) However, IT is possible to the Maintain Is Is Is Is the Is the Is the Is Is Is Is Is the method According to the the Existing Evaluation Is Is the Is Is Is the Characteristics of the Subject Is the Is Is the

Review the introduction of the optional pass system




October 13th 2020 update:


Changes in class operation according to the change to'social distancing stage 1 '



The Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasure Headquarters have downgraded to the social distancing threat to'stage 1 (enforced on October 12, 2020)'.

For this reason, class operating methods changed in correspondence to the social distancing stage 1 (level) in accordance with the Emergency Response Plan.


□ Background

-With the recent downgrading of the COVID threat from'Stage 2'to'Stage 1'real-time video or prerecorded classes converted to face-to-face classes.

-However, after consultation with students, if it is difficult to participate in face-to-face classes (depending on the students' current location and feelings), online classes may continue on a subject to subject or class to class basis. 


□ Content

-Starting date: After October 26   th (Mon) (9th week of the semester)

-Contents

Classification

Stage 2

Stage 1

Face-to-face lectures

Offline

Face-to-face class

Remain the same

Blended Lectures

Blended, Flip learning, Convertible (Mixed), Project

Mixed class

Non face-to-face lectures

Video content, Real-time video class

Non face-to-face class

Convertible lectures

Convertible (video)

Non face-to-face class

Parallel Class*


Parallel Class*

-Teaching method that runs both face-to-face and non-face-to-face classes simultaneously. 

-Non face-to-face classes will be conducted, if preferable for individual students.

-Students can choose to participate in face-to-face or non-face-to-face classes without any application process.



August 18th 2020 update:

'As the government's level of social distancing in Seoul and Gyeonggi-do has been upgraded to stage 2, the second semester class operation method will be changed and applied to the quarantine reinforcement class equivalent to the second level (Stage 2 of the table, below ). '

The original Korean version of this message can be viewed   here . 

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The original Korean version of this message can be viewed     here     on Hallym University main web page.


During the second semester of the 2020 school year, face -to- face and non-face-to-face lectures have been designed according to the characteristics of the lecture. For incoming exchange students and their current likely course selections, this means that currently most courses will continue'face to face,' whilst following social distancing guidelines and enhanced hygiene standards. 

Hallym University is currently in'Stage 1'(of the table below). This situation is being monitored daily and is subject to change, upon national or local COVID-19 infection level. 

Please note: That during'Stage 1'management level,'face to face' class level will run at approximately 50% class capacity, compared to a regular semester.  

Thank you for your support! 
Hallym International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO)



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