Precautions toward participating in class, etc. on campus (Timing of moving to the residence halls)
July 3, 2020
To: Undergraduate students
Precautions toward participating in class, etc. on campus
(Timing of moving to the residence halls)
As notified in the "Preparation for the Learning Environment under the Change in Policy for Mode of Operation Based on the COVID-19 Situation" on May 29, from the end of August, it is expected that we will be able to undertake activities including experiments, practical training, and other classes in the university a little at a time.
Toward this, we think that those who are currently living far off including in their family home are considering moving to the residence hall.
At the sight of the infection status of adjacent prefectures, the number of infections in Tokyo and other surrounding prefectures is basically higher than that of Ibaraki Prefecture. When entering the university, there is a need to observe and keep a record of your health, maintain an average temperature, and be free from cold symptoms for the last 14 days. The timing of the start of entry to the university is different for different students, however, in entering the university, in the face of the infection status of nearby prefectures, in particular, for 14 days before participating in classes, etc., we would like to ask you to consider the timing of your move to the residence hall and finish moving to the residence hall ahead of those 14 days as much as possible and while observing and keeping a record of your health, avoid non-essential travel to adjacent prefectures.
SHIMIZU Satoshi, Vice President for Education
SATOH Shinobu, Vice President for Student Affairs