(This email is translated using the AI translator DeepL.)
March 7, 2022
Campus Restrictions and Facilities Status at Kyushu University
Thank you for your understanding and support regarding changes to the operations of the University.
The “priority measures to prevent the spread of the disease” to Fukuoka Prefecture were lifted on March 6. However, there are still concerns about the resurgence of new coronavirus infections, so the prefecture will maintain vigilance while shifting from "Fukuoka special corona alert" to "Fukuoka corona alert." The "period for preventing the re-spread of infection" is now in effect, and many of the current restrictions on activities will stay in place.
In light of the above, Kyushu University will do its utmost to refrain from accepting non-urgent visitors from areas where the priority measures to prevent the spread of the disease are in place after March 7. Accepting visitors who cross prefectural borders with other regions will be handled carefully, including avoiding the "three densities" and thoroughly implementing basic infection prevention measures. We will continue our efforts to prevent the infection and spread of the new coronavirus and ensure the health and safety of our faculty, staff, and students, as well as neighboring community and visitors to the University.
In addition, we will take the utmost care to prevent the spread of infections on campus and minimize the number of visits by non-university members as much as possible. We ask for your cooperation in using the University’s facilities, as each facility will take measures to prevent infection and keep track of its users.
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 continued support. (Last updated on March 22)