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COVID-19 Protection

Campus Access Requirements

  1. Campus access is currently limited to employees and Preschool through Grade 12 students who have fulfilled the government health check requirements.
  2. All students and employees must provide daily proof of their health by submitting a new online health declaration form every morning. These forms have been emailed to you by your divisional office.
  3. Scooters are not allowed on campus, you will need to park on the sidewalk if you ride a scooter. New bicycle parking has been made available by the Huangyang Gate.
  4. Masks must be worn while entering campus. 
  5. Students and employees must strive to maintain one meter distance from one-another at all times.
  6. In support of government guidelines, any student or employee who leaves Shanghai must repeat a 14-day home-based health management and take NAT tests before applying to return to campus, including travel within China.


Students who submitted the “Student Return to Campus Survey” or “New Students Campus Access Form and Commitment Letter” and have received confirmation from your division office can access campus on September 1.  

Students are required to do the following to access campus:  

  • Complete the Concordia Student Daily Card in the morning before arriving at school. (You must upload your child’s two most recent negative testing records from the Shanghai health code with the full name. These two tests must be within three days of your first day to enter campus. Screenshot it before you fill the daily card.)
  • On September 1, present your screenshot (or a print copy) of your recent two testing records (August 29/30 and 31) with your full name shown at the school gate (or to your bus monitor). 
  • Each Monday, present your screenshot (or a print copy) of the student’s 24 hour green code with the full name shown at the school gate (or to your bus monitor). 

The health and safety of our students, parents, and employees are of the utmost importance to us. We strive to always provide a healthy environment for the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being of our community. This is crucially important during pandemics, such as COVID-19, and Concordia Shanghai has taken the virus, and our response, with the seriousness that our community deserves. If you have any questions or concerns about our campus preparedness, please email

Sick student Policies and procedures

Concordia Shanghai will comply with all government requirements regarding sick or potentially sick students, and it is very important for you to understand their policies and what will be required of you in case your child develops a fever or shows other symptoms of illness.

All employees and students who develop a fever during the school day must go to a temporary isolation area for observation and to have their temperature taken again by a school nurse. If the student's fever is confirmed, the child's parents must come to school immediately and take their child to a medical institution. We highly recommend taking your child to a fever clinic, to more quickly rule out COVID-19 as the cause of the fever. 

All employees and students with respiratory symptoms (i.e. respiratory symptoms, fever, chills, fatigue, diarrhea, conjunctival congestion, and other physical symptoms and signs) who have been ruled out "COVID-19", should not return to school before all the symptoms disappear and are fully recovered. Non-COVID-19 fever patients will only return to school 48 hours after all symptoms disappear. Patients with vomiting and diarrhea will only return to school 72 hours after all symptoms disappear (last time they vomited or had diarrhea).

If employees and students have pre-existing medical conditions that may cause the appearance of one or more of these symptoms, a medical certificate from a designated government hospital must be provided. Email for any questions. 

It is important for parents to know the government's regulations for "gathering cases," or grouped fever cases. Please see the post below titled "Sick Student and Fever Protocol" for this information. 

COVID-19 School Preparedness & Requirements

Click on the topics below to read about campus preparations and student health during COVID-19 at Concordia International School Shanghai. 

Important Education Resources about COVID-19

The Chinese government and global health organizations have provided education resources for you and your family to follow to promote your health and well-being. We encourage all families to review these materials and follow their suggestions, directives, and best practices closely for your safety and the safety of our community.

Chinese Center for Disease Control
World Health Organization
United States of America Center for Disease Control
Korean Center for Disease Control
Concordia's Epidemiology Student Mask Training Video