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09月 15
Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 (2022 Academic Year) (updated May 25, 2022)

Dear Students

May 25, 2022

Rikkyo University

 

Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 (2022 Academic Year)

 

The guidelines for preventing the spread of infection on campus will be as follows. Please comply with these.

 

1. Everyday life

(1) Make an even greater effort than previously to prevent infection, referring to the Ministry of Health, Labour andWelfare’s “Example of Practicing ‘New Lifestyle’”.

(2) Enhance immunity by following a well-regulated lifestyle (balanced diet, sufficient sleep, moderate exercise).

(3) Take your temperature twice daily, in the morning and evening, and understand your daily state of health.

(4) Download and use a COVID-19 contact-confirming app, such as COCOA, on your smartphone.

 

2. Infection prevention

(1) Wear a mask when entering campus. Always wear a mask when talking in person. However, you may remove the mask outdoors if there is enough space between people and there is no conversation. (Added on May 25, 2022)

*1) A non-woven fabric type mask that has a high infection prevention effect is recommended, but if it does not fit your constitution, a urethane or cloth mask may be used. In either case, be sure to cover your nose with a mask.

*2) In summer, wearing a mask increases the risk of heat stroke. Let's pay attention to physical condition management by referring to the Ministry of Health, Labourand Welfare’s “EnjoyGood Health byAdopting the New Lifestyle to PreventHeatstroke & COVID 19 Infection”.

(2) Observe proper cough etiquette.

(3) After entering the university campus, first disinfect your hands using the disinfectant provided at the entrance of the building or in the hallway.

In the washroom, wash hands thoroughly with soap.

(4) If you have been infected, become a close contact, or have cold symptoms such as fever or abnormal sense of taste or smell, you are not allowed to enter campus. The university will determine whether or not you can enter campus and take appropriate action in light of individual circumstances based on “Campus Entry Possibility Regarding COVID-19” posted on the university’s website.

 

3. Behavior on campus

(1) Behavior in general

[1] Use the "Health Management and Activity Log Sheet" for daily records.

[2] For extracurricular activities and work, use online systems or email and avoid having people assemble in close contact whenever possible.

When conducting in-person extracurricular activities, refer to the “Extracurricular Activity Guidelines: Proper Enforcement of Measures to Prevent Infection” already made available to all organizations and take sufficient measures to prevent infection.

[3] If you develop a fever or feel sick after entering campus, you should refrain from using campus facilities and return home immediately.

[4] Maintain enough space between people. Also, be sure to leave a particularly large amount of space when conversing or speaking.

[5] Since elevators may become closed, crowded, close-contact settings, use stairs unless you are physically handicapped or are transporting equipment.

[6] Disinfect desks, audio-visual equipment used in class, and computers in PC classrooms by yourself using the provided disinfectant solution and paper towels (some classrooms have disinfectant paper towels).

[7] Return home immediately after class or on-campus errands.

(2) Eating and drinking

[1] Refrain from having conversations while eating and have them after your meal while wearing a mask.

[2] In addition to the above, the following points should be taken into consideration when using the cafeteria.

- Disinfect hands with disinfectant provided in the cafeteria.

- When waiting in line to buy a meal ticket or receive a meal, use the floor markers as a guide to leave space between people.

- Leave the cafeteria quickly as soon as your meal is finished and shorten the time you stay in the cafeteria.

* Admission will be restricted at busy times to avoid creating closed, crowded, close-contact circumstances.