March 22, 2021
Campus Restrictions: Kyushu University
Thank you for your understanding and support regarding changes to the operations at Kyushu University.
The COVID-19 state of emergency for Fukuoka Prefecture was lifted on February 28, followed by the Tokyo metropolitan area on March 21.
While some restrictions are eased with the lifting of the request to refrain from non-essential outings, the university will continue to implement infection prevention measures in line with Fukuoka Prefecture’s request for cooperation in preventing another surge in infections. Under these circumstances, and to protect the health of not only our students, faculty, and staff but also local residents and visitors to the campuses, we ask that people from outside the university keep their stay on campus to a minimum and pay the utmost attention to prevent the spread of infections. (This excludes students, faculty and staff, those who work on campus, and contractors designated by Kyushu University.)
If you are going to come from an area where COVID-19 infections are spreading rapidly, please reconsider the necessity of your visit and proceed with extreme caution.
Access to Kyushu University Hospital shall be allowed in accordance with the hospital's action guidelines. Use of Ito Clinic is not subject to this notice.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
For more information about the closure of Kyushu University facilities and their statuses, please see the information below. (Last updated on April 6)