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Coronavirus Update 有关冠状病毒信息更新

CASL is committed to protecting the health of our clients and staff. We are in regular contact with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Illinois Department of Health (IDPH), as well as county and city public health departments. We are following the guidance provided by CDC and IDPH. Any alerts and educational material received from IDPH is translated into Chinese and broadly disseminated via print and social media to CASL staff, community leaders and other organizations serving Chinese immigrants in Chicago. We have increased janitorial cleaning operations to ensure that frequently touched surfaces in the building are cleaned and disinfected frequently throughout the day.

华人谘询服务处一贯致力于保护我们的客人和员工的健康。我们与疾病控制中心(CDC)和伊利诺州卫生署(IDPH)以及郡和市公共卫生部门保持着固定的联系。我们遵循疾病控制中心(CDC)和伊利诺州卫生署(IDPH)提供的指引,把任何收到的伊利诺州卫生署(IDPH)警报和教育资料都翻译成中文,并通过印刷和社交媒体广泛传播给华人谘询服务处员工,社区领袖和其他在芝加哥为中国移民服务的组织。我们已经增加了本处办公大楼的清洁频率,以确保全天频繁地清洁和消毒大楼中经常被接触的表面。

As of February 5, 2020, IDPH is recommending that those returning from mainland China on February 3, 2020 and onward should not attend school or work for 14 days after the return date. This interim guideline is effective as of February 3, 2020 and does not apply retroactively to those who have been in China during the previous 14 days and are already in the US, or those being managed as part of a contact investigation. To read the latest alert from IDPH, click here: English

自2020年2月5日起,伊利诺州卫生署(IDPH)建议自2020年2月3日起从中国大陆返回的人在返回美国后的14天内不要上学或工作。该临时指南自2020年2月3日起生效,但不适用于过去14天内曾在中国并且已经回到美国境内的人员,或参与联系调查的人员。阅读伊利诺州卫生署(IDPH)的原始文件,请点击此处 Simplified ChineseTraditional Chinese

CASL is requesting all clients and staff returning from mainland China on February 3, 2020 and onward to “self-isolate” themselves and remain at home for 14 days. CASL staff will provide assistance by phone to clients in this situation.

因此,华谘处要求自2月3日起,从中国大陆返回的所有客人和员工“自我隔离”并留在家里14天。在这种情况下,华谘处员工将通过电话为客人提供帮助。

To learn more about the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, you can visit the links below from the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the U.S. Center for Disease Control (CDC).