New class arrangements! Calling all CityUers to practise vigilant anti-epidemic measures during Spring Festival Holidays!

Dear Colleagues and Students,

As the pandemic outbreak continues in Zhuhai and according to the guidance released by Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ), the University has made the following arrangements for daytime and evening classes:

  • All class arrangements continue as scheduled this week. Teachers should be presented in the classroom to deliver the lectures. Students can choose to come back to classrooms or attend online classes.
  • Evening sections will conduct online classes in an all-round manner from 24 January, Monday. Teachers and students do not need to come to the campus.

Spring Festival is around the corner. In response to the pandemic situations in different parts of the country, the University is urging all CityUers to practise vigilant anti-epidemic measures during the Spring Festival holidays to reduce the risks of coronavirus transmission and pay close attention to the anti-epidemic guidelines and arrangements implemented by the SAR Government. Here are some reminders to all students and staff:

  • Avoid crowd gathering and reduce mobility
  • All students and staff who have left the city should stay tuned with the COVID-19 prevention measures implemented by the local health authorities and Macao and conduct strict medical observation upon arrival in Macao (if required).
  • All students and staffs who are eligible to receive vaccination should get the inoculations as soon as possible.
  • Ensure self-health management and seek medical assistance promptly if feeling unwell.

According to the “Guidelines on COVID-19 Vaccination and Nucleic Acid Testing for Staff” released by the DSEDJ, starting from 21 February, all faculty members, college students, school teachers and staff must present proof of completing 2 doses of the primary series of COVID-19 vaccine 14 days ago, when entering the campus. Those who were not fully vaccinated 14 days ago (receiving 2 doses of mRNA vaccines or Inactivated vaccines in the primary series) need to take nucleic acid test every 7 days.

In addition, teaching staff and college students who hold a “Physician Evaluation Certificate of Unsuitability for Novel Coronavirus Vaccination” issued by the Health Bureau can make an appointment for a free nucleic acid testing service through the following link of the Health Bureau:

For details of the guidance, please refer to:;jsessionid=142C8FBFA02655480E6622C7BCBD68EC.app01?0

Besides, the Student Affairs Office has sent out a e-form to collect students’ vaccination status and place of residence. Please fill in your information before 28 January (Friday) via the link:

Thank you for your support and collaboration!

We wish you all a joyful and safe Spring Festival!

Best regards,

Rector’s Office

20 January 2022