RMIT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY VIETNAMCONTROLS THE ONGOING INCIDENCE OFA/H1N1 AFFECTING THE CAMPUS.
After a week closed voluntarily because of A/H1N1 influenza, RMIT International University re – opened its Saigon South campus.To avoid spreading again, RMIT established protocol for management the development of theA/H1N1 into community, at the present and in the future time, for both campuses in SaigonSouth and Hanoi. The measures were set up totally based on consulting made by national andinternational health authorities.The portfolio included in place and time Saigon South campus would be operated for normalactivities after one week had broken since 23 July, 2009.Until now, Hanoi campus has not recorded any patient case infected by A/H1N1 influenza.However, Hanoi also has the same general preparation in preventive measures as well as SaigonSouth in case this campus being affected at any time in future.The University provides the Incident Management Team to supervise developments and to makeadjustments on further actions as emergency. Person who may have in high risk exhibitionH1N1 indications would be taken advantage of special care at the medical campus clinic for testing. For any campus visitor has been suspected of possible A/H1N1 also has the similar process. Besides, students and staff members have been consulted to protect them from H1N1flu during any activity.RMIT Vietnam has supplied high quality face masks available via the campus medical clinic for anyone who wishes to wear them. The University installed of antibacterial hand – washing geland maintained cleaning all human contact surfaces around campus.RMIT Vietnam has acted to ensure that anyone who showing signs of emergency cases willreceive a special care and be able to come back to study or work as soon as possible.