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Update on Novel Coronavirus – Our response to lift “state of emergency” –

News
for international students
公開日: 2020-05-28

On May 25th, the Japanese government completely lifted the state of emergency over the coronavirus. With this announcement, Tottori Prefectural government will be gradually easing the restriction such as on traveling, holding events, and using of facilities, etc. Tottori University will also gradually restart the on-campus activities while taking measures to prevent the infections.

  • Avoid any domestic travel, including business trip

Avoid any domestic travel to the 42 prefectures (other than the 5 prefectures of Hokkaido, Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa) until May 31, unless it is urgent. Avoid any travel to above 5 prefectures until June 18, unless it is urgent.

  • Events held by Tottori University will be allowed with the capacity of…

100 people or 50% of the venue’s capacity, whichever is less (until June 18)

1000 people or 50% of the venue’s capacity, whichever is less (until July 9)

5000 people or 50% of the venue’s capacity, whichever is less (until July 31)

After August 1, any events with 50% of the venue’s capacity will be allowed with measures such as putting enough social distancing, installation of disinfectant, proper ventilation, encouraging hand washing, and wearing masks.

Make sure to prevent holding nation-wide or cross-prefecture events until July 31.

  • Use ICT to avoid in-person meeting as much as possible. If an in-person meeting is necessary, keep the meeting short and put measures to prevent infections, such as proper ventilation.
  • Be aware the risks that you may cause the spread of infection, therefore avoid the “Three C’s” (Closed spaces, Crowded spaces, Close-contact settings), and wash your hands well, and consider well when you cough. Use soup or alcohol disinfectant when you wash hands before eating or after arriving at home. Take care of your health status daily by measuring your body temperature and so on.