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Important Notice

Changes in the Mode of Operations of Our University (From July 1, 2022 onward)

June 30, 2022

To: Students, Faculty Members, and Employees

COVID-19 Response Team
Kazuhiko Kato, Vice President for General Affairs, Human Resources and Information Infrastructure


Changes in the Mode of Operations of Our University

In light of the current infection situation of persons infected with COVID-19, the mode of operations of our university will be as follows from Friday, July 1.


Students, faculty members, and employees are urged to make every effort to prevent the spread of infection by involving only a few people for meals and keeping them short, whether on or off campus.


We continue to recommend the wearing of masks on the premises as a basic measure against infectious diseases. Even in an air-conditioned room, ventilate the room thoroughly by frequently opening windows.


Please take appropriate action both indoors and outdoors, paying close attention to measures against infectious diseases and heat stroke.

Mode of Operations of Our University (From July 1, 2022)

Item

Content

Classes

(Change)
Face-to-face classes can be conducted with infection-preventing measures in place.

Research

(Change)
Research activities can be carried out with attention to infection-preventing measures.

Entry of students to the campus

(Continued)
Entry into campus is possible with attention to preventing the spread of infection.
However, refrain from entering unnecessarily.

Extracurricular Activities

(Change)
Activities can be carried out while paying attention to the spread of infection.

On-campus meetings

(Change)
Able to conduct face-to-face meetings, taking care to prevent the spread of infection

Administrative structure

(Change)
Able to work as usual, taking care to prevent the spread of infection

* "Preventing the spread of infection" refers to the implementation of basic infection control measures, such as the use of masks, thorough ventilation, avoidance of the three Cs, and health observation.




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