NEWS

[Notice] Lifting of Fukuoka Corona Alert

Release date: 2021.10.14

 

Notices

To Kyushu University Students, Faculty & Staff: 

Following the Fukuoka Prefecture’s decision to lift the Fukuoka Corona Alert on October 14,Kyushu University will maintain its current guidance levels of “Level 1.5(Partial Restrictions)” and ease some restrictions on activities from October 15.

≪Major Changes≫

  • Travel & Going Out
    ⇒When using eating and drinking establishments, choose the ones practicing thorough infection prevention measures, including those with Fukuoka Prefecture’s Infection Prevention Certificate [COVID-19 Safe Certified Shop]).
    ⇒If infection prevention measures are not taken adequately, the risk of infection increases regardless of the number of people. Please refer to the prefectural government's “Guidelines to Avoid Infection Risk while at Restaurants” below and refrain from dining in groups, carrying a high risk of droplet infection.
    Guidelines to Avoid Infection Risk while at Restaurants
    ⇒Refrain from using restaurants for extended periods of time, and avoid activities that increase the risk of infection, such as pouring drinks among each other, passing glasses around, talking loudly, and using karaoke facilities with inadequate infection prevention measures applied.
    ⇒When traveling or going on business trips across prefectural borders, infection prevention measures should be thoroughly taken, including avoiding the “3Cs.”

*Regarding the latest Kyushu U Guidance Level
To be announced on the Kyushu U website when it is ready. 

Although the infection situation in Fukuoka Prefecture has been on a downward trend, it does not mean that the COVID-19 pandemic is over nationwide. Infectious diseases are likely to flourish when the weather is cold, so we would like to ask all students, faculty and staff to continue taking all possible infection prevention measures.

Vaccination is expected to be effective in preventing the onset and severity of Novel Coronavirus infections, so if you have not yet been vaccinated, please consider getting vaccinated. 

Information About COVID-19 Vaccinations(FUKUOKA PREFECTURE)
Information on the Fukuoka City COVID-19 Vaccination Program(FUKUOKA CITY)
It (is renewed on October 1) about inoculation of a new-style Corona vaccine in Itoshima city.
※If you are unable to access the link, please go to the homepage of the following address (Itoshima City). 

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, or headache, or you experience fatigue or change in or loss of taste or smell, please report to your department immediately by following the link below.

    *Students: Contact the Student Section of your school or faculty
    First-year undergraduates should contact:
    Academic Student Support Section, Student Support Division, Student Affairs Department.
    Contact list

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

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

October 13, 2021
Kyushu University Novel Coronavirus Crisis Response Headquarters