Students with relatively mild cold-like symptoms, such as fever or cough, should self-isolate at home, contact the Student Affairs Section of their department, and follow any instructions given.
In addition, students who fall under any of the conditions ① to ③ should immediately consult with their family doctor or other medical institution by telephone. If you are unsure or confused about which medical institution to consult, please consult the nearest Consultation Center. If, following your consultation, you visit a medical institution, the results of the visit should be reported to the department office and recorded up to that point. Please submit the symptom tracker to your department office and report your symptoms and other information.
- If you have any of the following: shortness of breath (dyspnea), severe lethargy (malaise), high fever, or other severe symptoms
- If you are prone to severe illness or are pregnant and have relatively mild cold-like symptoms such as fever and cough
- In addition to the above, if relatively mild cold-like symptoms such as fever and cough persist (If symptoms last for more than 4 days, you should seek consultation. Additionally, symptoms vary from person to person, so if you think your symptoms are severe, you should seek consultation immediately. This includes if you need to continue taking an antipyretic.)