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Handbook on Prevention of SARS in Schools

 

The "Handbook on Prevention of SARS in Schools" consolidates all related guidelines and circular memoranda the Bureau has issued since March 2003. It was updated in February 2004 to take into consideration that the school sector has to be on the alert to prevent the resurgence of SARS.

Handbook
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Annex 1:

Prevention of SARS - Checking Body Temperature
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (46 KB)

 
Annex 2:

Report on students and school staff visited countries/ region with SARS cases during holidays/class suspension period
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (84 KB)

 
Annex 3:

Health Advice for Schools on Prevention of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (99 KB)

 
Annex 4:

Wearing Masks
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (33 KB)

 
Annex 5:

Guidelines on Using Chlorine Tablets in Flushing Tank
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (34 KB)

 
Annex 6:

Submission of Information on Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome(SARS)to Education Bureau
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (73 KB)

 
Annex 7:

Sample Letter to Parent Whose Child is under Home Confinement/ Observation
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (188 KB)

 
Annex 8:

Sample Letter to All Parents of School with Student/Staff Member under Home Confinement/ Observation
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (73 KB)

 
Annex 9:

Sample Letter to All Parents of School with Staff Member and Student Confirmed/Suspected to have Contracted Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (64 KB)

 
Annex 10:

Sample Letter to Parents on Resumption of Classes
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (66 KB)

 
Annex 11:

Health Advice for Driver, Crew and Operational Staff of Public Transport on the Prevention of Atypical Pneumonia
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (83 KB)

 
Form A:

Temperature Record Sheet
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (37 KB)

 
Form B:

Reporting visits to countries with SARS cases by parents
[ Adobe PDF Format ] PDF (357 KB)

 

Last revision date: 23 July 2009
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