NEWS

Notice: State of Emergency Extended

Release date: 2021.06.02

 

Notices

To Kyushu University Students, Faculty & Staff: 

The state of emergency in Fukuoka Prefecture has been extended until Sunday, June 20, during which time university guidance levels will remain at “Level 2: Restrictions (Low).” 

Pay special attention to the following:

  • Cases of COVID-19 are increasing among young people, with some infections becoming severe, so we ask that you do not travel or go out if you have a fever or other cold-like symptoms.
  • If you have had close contact with someone suspected of being infected, please refrain from going out and report the incident to your department.
  • Do your part to prevent the spread of infection both on and off-campus by practicing proper hand hygiene, wearing a face mask, and avoiding the 3Cs. In particular, be sure to always wear a mask and refrain from talking when riding the bus or other public transportation.
  • Avoid restaurants and bars that have not responded to closure requests.
  • Refrain from activities that pose a high risk of infection, such as karaoke, eating and drinking in groups, and having picnics outdoors. 

*Regarding the latest Kyushu U Guidance Level

Kyushu University students now have access to “Q-MentalAPP,” a free smartphone app designed to provide better support for student mental health and wellbeing. Be sure to install the app and make use of its self-monitoring tools and mental health resources. 

For more information about the app, please see the link below.(Link and app only available in Japanese)
https://www.kyushu-u.ac.jp/ja/topics/view/1677
 

*Affiliated department
Faculty and staff: Contact the general affairs section in your department
Contact List(Only available in Japanese)

Students: Contact the student affairs section in your school or faculty
First-year undergraduates should contact Academic Student Support Section, Student Support
Division, Student Affairs Department
Contact list

Flow Chart on What to Do If You Have Cold-like Symptoms

(Reference)
Fukuoka Prefecture 

 

May 31, 2021
Kyushu University Novel Coronavirus Crisis Response Headquarters