2020 Mar. 20 update
Jut Art Museum COVID-19 Precautionary Measures
To prevent novel coronavirus infection and for the safety of all employees and visitors, Jut Art Museum developed precautionary measures, please see the followings below:
- All visitors should wear facemasks during their visits in the museum. The museum staff will take visitors’ body temperature at the entrance as necessary precautions. Visitors whose body temperature exceeds 37.5℃ are advised to seek medical care and their admission will not be allowed. Visitors are also advised to clean the hands with alcohol hand sanitizer.
- All visitors are requested to fill in Precautionary Measures Declaration. Visitors who have traveled abroad in the past two weeks, please follow the precautionary regulations. Your admission to the museum will not be allowed.
- The museum staff must take the body temperature, use alcohol disinfection to their hands before duty, and wear masks when they are on duty. If any of the staffs are found to have symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath, they are required to suspend work to seek medical treatment as soon as possible, and rest at home to minimize contact with others while sick. Jut Art Museum has increased daily environmental cleaning and disinfection operations.
- Other than above measures, Jut Art Museum will continue to take standard precautions advised by the Department of Health, Taipei City Government. Any further adjustments will be updated on our website and Facebook fanpage immediately.
- As for current exhibitions and events, referring regulations will be posted on each web page.
COVID-19 Precautionary Notice from Taiwan Centers for Disease Control
- If you have traveled abroad within 14 days, to reduce the risk of disease transmission, you should stay at home or within the area specified by the health authority.
You are required to take home quarantine for 14 days after entry and do not go outside, go abroad or take public transportation. Those who violate the home (self) isolation regulations will be fined up to NT$1,000,000 in accordance with Article 69 of the Communicable Disease Control Act, and we will report to government.
- For the latest updates on the novel coronavirus, please visit the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control website (https://www.cdc.gov.tw/En), or ring the hotline 1922 (0800-001922) for general consultation. We apologize for the inconvenience caused. Your cooperation is much appreciated.