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Doing Our Part, Keeping Our Loved Ones Safe

In view of the novel coronavirus outbreak in China, Eight Tones Management would like to exercise all our students/teachers to take greater caution to ensure the health and wellbeing. The measures that will be taken by our school include the following:
  1. Mandatory temperature screening for all students, teachers and visitors before entering the premises.
  2. Any student, teacher or visitor with a temperature of 37.4 degrees will not be allowed to enter the premises of Eight Tones Music.
  3. Any student, teacher or visitor who are ill or show any symptoms of being ill, will be advised to see a doctor immediately and will not be allowed to enter the premises of Eight Tones Music.
  4. In line with the Ministry of Education (MOE), as announced on Monday (Jan 27), all students and teachers returning from China to Singapore will have to take a compulsory leave of absence of 14 calendar days. The leave of absence will last for 14 days, starting from the day after their arrival in Singapore. This duration mirrors the incubation period of the coronavirus.
  5. This compulsory leave of absence will be applied to those who return from mainland China on Jan 15 or later.
  6. All of the Eight Tones Staff have been asked to avoid travel to the China.
  7. All travelers will be asked to monitor their health closely for 2 weeks upon the return to Singapore.
Everyone has a part to play in keeping Eight Tones Music a safe and healthy environment. We encourage our students/teachers/visitors to work closely on the following:
  • Practice good personal hygiene
  • Cover his/her mouth and nose with a tissue when sneezing or coughing, and to throw away the tissue immediately into the bin.
  • Wash hands frequently with soap, especially before eating or handling food, after toilet visits, or when hands are dirtied by respiratory secretions after coughing and sneezing.
  • Not to share food/drinks, eating utensils, toothbrushes or towels with others.
  • Seek medical attention promptly if you are unwell
  • Monitor your health closely. Look for symptoms such as fever or respiratory symptoms (e.g. cough, shortness of breath)
  • If you are sick, please see a doctor immediately.
  • Stay at home and rest till you are fully recovered, return for classes only when you are fully recovered.
  • Declare your travel plans and compulsory leave of absence
  • In line with the Ministry of Education (MOE), as announced on Monday (Jan 27), all students and teachers returning from China to Singapore will have to take a compulsory leave of absence.
  • This compulsory leave of absence will be applied to those who return from mainland China on Jan 15 or later.
  • The leave of absence will last for 14 days, starting from the day after their arrival in Singapore. This duration mirrors the incubation period of the coronavirus.
  • All will be asked to monitor their health closely for 2 weeks upon the return to Singapore.
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