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08月 04
Campus Entry Possibility Regarding COVID-19 (updated September 14)

To all students, faculty, and staff


If a positive diagnosis for COVID-19 has been confirmed or if there is concern that one will be confirmed, campus entry possibility is stipulated as follows.

Please take appropriate action according to your situation in order to prevent the spread of infection.


*Body temperature will be taken when entering the university from September 21 (Mon.). If your temperature is 37.5℃ or higher, you will not be allowed to enter campus.


Furthermore, taking into account the societal circumstances concerning COVID-19, there are some restrictions on entrance and reception hours. Please check “About Entry to Campus and University Reception Services” posted on the official website for details.



1. If a PCR test confirms a positive diagnosis

You cannot enter the university campus.

 

2. If there is a risk of infection

Anyone who falls under any of the following conditions shall be deemed "at risk of COVID-19 infection" and cannot enter the university campus. Monitor your health, mainly by taking your temperature twice daily (morning and evening).

*Students/faculty and staff who have entered the country or returned from abroad should check "Enteringthe Country and Returning from Overseas.

 

(1) Status of students/faculty and staff

[1] Identified as a close contact by a healthcare center

 You cannot enter the university campus until the 14th day after the date of your last contact with the person who tested positive, with the day following contact considered the first day.

*This period cannot be shortened even if you have received a negative PCR test result.

 

[2] Has cold symptoms such as fever or abnormal sense of taste or smell

 You cannot enter the university campus until it can be confirmed that these symptoms disappeared within three days after onset and that fever, cough, phlegm, diarrhea, general malaise, and abnormalities in sense of taste or smell have been absent without the use of any medication for more than 48 hours.

If these symptoms persist for four or more days, refer to the section on “Guidelines for Consultation Regarding Novel Coronavirus Infection” and consult a returnee/close contact center.

 

[3] A COVID-19 contact-confirming app such as COCOA confirmed close contact with someone who tested positive

 Respond by following the instructions indicated in the app. After that, you cannot enter the university campus until a healthcare center confirms that there is no problem.

Reference: “Q&A for Contact-Confirming Application Users” (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare website)

https://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/seisakunitsuite/bunya/kenkou_iryou/covid19_qa_kanrenkigyou_00009.html

 

(2) Status of people living together, such as family

[1] If a positive diagnosis is confirmed

 Students/faculty and staff cannot enter the university campus until the 14th day after the date of their last contact with the person living with them, with the day following contact considered the first day.

If the person living with you is recuperating at home, you will not be able to enter the university campus until the 14th day after they have tested negative, with the day following the negative test result considered the first day.

 

[2] Identified as a close contact by a healthcare center

 You cannot enter the university campus until the 14th day after the date the person living with you last had contact with the person who tested positive, with the day following contact considered the first day.

Note that this period cannot be shortened even if the person living with you has received a negative PCR test result.

 

[3] Has cold symptoms such as fever or abnormal sense of taste or smell

 You cannot enter the university campus until it can be confirmed that the symptoms of the person who lives with you disappeared within three days after onset and that they have been free of fever, cough, phlegm, diarrhea, general malaise, and abnormalities in sense of taste or smell without the use of any medication for more than 48 hours.

If these symptoms persist for four or more days, refer to the section on “COVID-19 Infection Control Measures and Guidelines for Consultations/Medical Exams” and consult a returnee/close contact center.

 

[Reference] “Household Precautions for When Someone Is Suspected of COVID-19 Infection” (compiled by the Japanese Society for Infection Prevention and Control) (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare website)

URL : https://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/seisakunitsuite/newpage_00009.html

 

If you do not fall under any of the above categories, in principle you can enter the university campus.

In addition, if it is found that there is a risk of infection during activities on campus, such as if notification is received from a public health center that someone is a close contact, said person should leave the premises immediately.

See here for the policy on campus entry possibility regarding COVID-19.