[Postscript added on July 21]
The schedule for COVID-19 university vaccinations is still undetermined as already announced on July 9. If you have a vaccination voucher, you can get vaccination in your area. In addition, you can get vaccinated in either of the following ways. Here we give the links to the pages of the website of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.
1) Mass vaccinations for university students, teachers, and other staff organized by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government: (Inoculation reservation starts from 14:00 on July 27)
2) Mass vaccinations organized by Self-Defense Forces of Japan
[Postscript added on July 9]
Rikkyo University announced the other day that vaccinations at our university would take place in July. However, the related authorities, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology and Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare instructed us to postpone the vaccinations after the week started August 9.
The schedule is yet to be determined.
Due to such a situation, our students are recommended to get vaccinated in other places than the university as an alternative option such as the medical institution in the municipality that issues vaccination vouchers or your hometown and the mass vaccination venues organized by the national or local government if possible.
We will inform you of details of vaccinations at our university through our website, the internal portal site SPIRIT, and others as soon as determined.
[The important notice dated June 25]
Rikkyo Gakuin has decided to offer COVID-19 vaccinations at its Ikebukuro and Niiza Campuses as part of the workplace vaccination scheme promoted by the government.
Students of Rikkyo University and employees of Rikkyo Gakuin who wish to be vaccinated are eligible, and vaccinations are scheduled to begin in July.
*The start of vaccinations may be altered due to the status of vaccine distribution
By offering workplace vaccinations, we hope to contribute to preventing the spread of COVID-19 within Japan and to a safer and more secure environment for education, research and student life in encounters on campus.
Details of the vaccination program will be announced on our website, SPIRIT (the school portal site), etc. once they have been decided.
Details of the possibility of vaccinations through the Tokyo Government's COVID-19 Vaccination Promotion Support Program will also be announced as they become known.
University Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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