NEWS

[Notice] Extension of the state of emergency

Release date: 2021.09.13

 

Notices

To Kyushu University Students, Faculty & Staff: 

Following the extension of the state of emergency in Fukuoka Prefecture until Thursday, September 30, Kyushu University has decided to maintain its guidance level at “Level 2.5: Restrictions (Medium).” The Fall 2021 Commencement, scheduled on Friday, September 24, will be held in-person and online hybrid with thorough preventative measures in place. The attendees are limited to those who have applied in advance. 

Major Restrictions
Research

  • Faculty and staff are encouraged to carefully monitor their health and evaluate their ability to work from home. The university recommends that you conduct as much work as possible from home.

Student Extracurricular Activities

  • All student groups and extracurricular activities will, in principle, be suspended, and facilities, including gymnasiums, will be closed.

Administration

  • We recommend staggering working hours and working from home to the extent possible without impeding essential educational and research activities on campus.

Travel & Going Out

  • If you experience fatigue or have cold-like symptoms such as fever, do not go out or travel to another area and consult your family doctor or a medical institution in your area via telephone.
  • Refrain from going out unless absolutely necessary. (Especially after 8:00 p.m.)
  • Avoid restaurants and bars that have not responded to closure requests from the prefectural government without permission.
  • In general, refrain from travel and business trips across prefectures and consider holding meetings remotely whenever possible.
  • In the event that travel to another prefecture is unavoidable, be sure to undergo a PCR test available at your departure and arrival airports to confirm whether or not you have COVID-19. 

For more details, please refer to "the latest Kyushu U Guidance."

*Regarding Important Notes

  • Please contact your department immediately if someone near you has tested positive for COVID-19 or if you have been instructed to take a PCR test.
  • If you have cold-like symptoms such as fever, cough, headache, fatigue, loss of taste or smell, please call your family doctor or other familiar medical institutions immediately and report to your relevant department as shown in the links below. 

*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

September 10, 2021
Kyushu University Novel Coronavirus Crisis Response Headquarters