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If you have a fever or cold symptoms, seek consultation immediately

If you have any cold symptoms such as fever or fatigue, please do not wait for symptoms to progress or change. Consult your doctor/medical institution immediately.
Response measures for fever & cold symptoms (English from the 2nd page of the PDF file)
If you are uncertain where to consult, contact the Health Service Center (on campus) or a Public Health Center.

Health Service Center, Hiroshima University
E-mail: health@hiroshima-u.ac.jp

Telephone consultation desk, Hiroshima Prefecture (Public Health Center)
・Higashi-Hiroshima City (Municipalities other than Hiroshima, Kure, and Fukuyama Cities) (24h) TEL: 082-513-2567
・Hiroshima City (24h) TEL: 082-241-4566
・Kure City (24h) TEL: 0823-22-5858
・Fukuyama City (24h) TEL: 084-928-1350

[For HU members] About daily self-monitoring, the onset of symptoms, mental health, etc. 
Please visit the Health Service Center's Website

Updated response status for COVID-19

[Classes]

  • Classes will be conducted face-to-face in principle, based on the "Policy on implementation of classes, 2022 AY"
  • Classes will be effectively combined with online classes depending on the characteristics and content of each subject.

* In face-to-face classes, please continue to take basic infection prevention measures on your own.

[Extracurricular activities]
Limited implementation of extracurricular activities.

[Research activities]
(From June 9, 2022) Measures against Novel Coronavirus Infection in Laboratory Activities (Level 1) (Japanese)

[Campus entry-restrictions for non-HU members]
Contact the university in advance.
HU Campus Entry-Restrictions

[Library]
About opening hours→Hiroshima University Library's website
[Cafeterias and shops]
Some stores have resumed business.
CO-OP facilities (You will be redirected to HU CO-OP's website- Japanese)

Level: From June 9, Level 1 (Be careful)(Minimum restrictions)

HU is working to provide activities and learning opportunities on campus while ensuring “New Lifestyle” measures are observed to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

In light of the state of infections nationwide, the restrictions on activities at HU will be lowered to Level 1 (Be careful, minimum restrictions) from June 9, 2022.

Changes in mask-wearing rules from May 30
In addition, on May 30, 2022, HU changed its on-campus mask-wearing rules in response to the new guidelines of the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare.

[From June 9] Level 1 (Be careful)(Minimum restrictions)

Use of facemasks

Indoor spaces: Always wear a non-woven mask.
Outdoor spaces: Masks can be taken off outdoors even when chatting but only if physical distancing of at least 2 meters is kept. Wear non-woven masks outdoors if you can't maintain sufficient social distancing.
On-campus mask-wearing rules

Classes
  • Both in-person and online classes can be conducted with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection.
  • Specific class implementation policies are to be notified separately.
Research Activities
 
  • Research activities can be continued with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection.
  • Conducting research activities from home is recommended.
Administrative activities
  • Engage in work activities as usual with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection.
  • Proactively make use of staggered commuting and teleworking.
On-campus meetings
  • Hold in-person meetings with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection. Proactively make use of online meetings.
Campus entrance restrictions
  • Make sure to take the utmost considerations to prevent further spread of the infection, whether on- or off-campus, while complying with a "new lifestyle".  
Extracurricular activities
  • Comply with a "new lifestyle" that requires the utmost considerations to prevent further spread of the infection.
  • Extracurricular activities can be conducted if the activity plans outlining preventative measures against infections have been notified and approved in advance.


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