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(2020.7.7) HU activities are restricted to “Level 1.5” (Be careful) ---Certain Restrictions on Activities--- from July 1

[Classes]
(7/1~) In-person activities will gradually be expanded.
※Further details will be announced shortly on HU’s website. 

[Extracurricular activities]
(7/1~) Gradual resumption of extracurricular activities.
(7/7 Update) Please click on the link for more information regarding extracurricular activities in the Kasumi area.
※For students participating in clinical training (practical training conducted in hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, etc.), all extracurricular activities (excluding online activities) are strictly prohibited from 2 weeks before the clinical training starts to 2 weeks after its completion.

[Faculty/Research activities]
(7/1~) Research activities are allowed with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection while also practicing a "new lifestyle".
※Further details here.

[Campus entry-restrictions for students]
(7/1~)Refrain from visiting the campuses for any activities other than classes, research and authorized activities.
HU’s Policy Regarding Class Implementation in the 2020 Second Term

[Library]
(7/7~) Opening hours will be extended in stages →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)
Other welfare facilities

[Campus entry-restrictions for people other than HU members]
Only those who have contacted the university staff/authorized personnel in advance will be allowed to access the campus.
HU Campus Entry-Restrictions

Based on the HU's Activity Restrictions Index for Preventing the Spread of Novel Coronavirus, "Level 2" (Exercise Caution) (Partial Restrictions) will remain valid until June 30. Starting July 1, HU will lower its alert level to "Level 1.5" (Be Careful) ---Certain Restrictions on Activities---.

[From July 1] Level 1.5 (Be Careful)(Certain Restrictions)

Use of facemasks The use of facemasks will continue to be mandatory on campus; however, considering the risks of heatstroke, you will be allowed to remove your mask only if you can keep a distance of at least 2m from others when outdoors.
Classes *In principle, classes are conducted online. In-person activities will gradually be expanded with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection while also practicing a "new lifestyle"※.
Faculty/Research Activities
(Includes researchers and students)
*Research activities are allowed with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection while also practicing a "new lifestyle".
*Research activities are recommended to be carried out from home.
Administrative activities *Work activities are held as usual with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection.
*Teleworking is proactively recommended.
On-campus meetings * Hold in-person meetings with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection. Online meetings are proactively recommended.
Campus entrance restrictions *Students are requested to refrain from visiting the campuses for any activities other than classes, research, and authorized activities.
*Take the utmost considerations to prevent further spread of the infection while also practicing a "new lifestyle".
Extracurricular activities

*Gradual resumption of extracurricular activities with the utmost consideration taken to prevent further spread of the infection while also practicing a "new lifestyle".  
*Limited to those who have previously notified the activity plan (including infection prevention measures) and obtained permission in advance.

※(2020.7.7 Update) Please click on the link for more information regarding extracurricular activities for students in the Kasumi area.
※Please refer to the following site for more information regarding the "New Lifestyle". (PDF: 532KB, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)

[Inquiries]
Hiroshima University, General Affairs Group

E-mail: risk-anzen*office.hiroshima-u.ac.jp (Please replace * with @)


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