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=OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19=

As you are all aware, the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is spreading at a global level.  Hence, we would like to ask for the cooperation of all residents to strictly follow the instructions below to prevent the spread of the disease within the UTokyo accommodationos so as to protect the safety and well-being of all our residents.

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FOR ALL RESIDENTS

Always wear a face mask, wash & sanitize your hands, avoid the 3Cs (closed spaces, crowded places and close-contact settings) and maintain good ventilation within the dorm.

In addiition, please be sure to treat others with respect and consideration in the communal life at the residence at all times.


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★For the latest information on the border measures, please refer to the
   following website:
 
The University of Tokyo / Website for International Students
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NOTICE / Updated July 8, 2020←TO BE PARTLY UPDATED SOON
"For the Prevention of the Spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)"


HANDOUT MATERIALS】  
 ★"What to Do When You Are to Develop Symptoms Related to COVID-19"           (Updated May 10, 2021)
  ・Mejirodai International Village
  ・International Lodge, Komaba Lodge Main, B, C, D
  ・International Lodge, Komaba Lodge Annex
  ・International Lodge, Kashiwa Lodge
      ・International Lodge, Oiwake Lodge
        Mitaka International Hall of Residence

OTHER MATERIALS FOR REFERENCE
      ・CDC ▶ Use and Care of Masks
      ・Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
       ▶ Example of practicing "New Lifestyle"
         ▶ 10 tips for reducing contact by 80%

◎For Residents Coming Back from Abroad
  
【NOTICE / Updated March, 2022】
  "INSTRUCTIONS ON YOUR RETURN TO THE LODGE / MIV For those temporarily leaving Japan during the COVID-19 pandemic"


Special Attention for those with Preexisting Health Conditions

   We would encourage you to share your health conditions with Housing Office

 if you have any of the following preexisting health conditions which can pose 

 a higher risk for severe illness when infected with COVID-19.

 

People having diabetes, serious heart conditions, chronic lung disease or severe asthma

People with chronic kidney disease undergoing dialysis

People who are immunocompromised or receiving cancer treatment



FOR NEWLY ARRIVING STUDENTS

Please refer to the notices below regarding your arrival and move-in to the UTokyo accommodations.
 
 NOTICE / Updated Nov. 27, 2020←TO BE UPDATED SOON
   "Move-In Instructions for the UTokyo Accommodations"
 
▶For the Delay in Your Arrival
 
~Basically for Students to Move-In to Mejiorodai from 2022 Spring~ 

  Notice for Prospective Residents of the MIV


FOR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCHERS

▶For Your Move-In to the UTokyo Accommodation

NOTICE / Updated March 1, 2022NEW! 
 "Move-In Instructions for the UTokyo Accommodations"

▶For the Delay in Your Arrival
    Currently, all rooms will be held for a period of 3 months from the starting
   date of your permitted term of residence for any delays caused by the bor-
   der restrictions, etc. related to the COVID-19 pandemic.  (Please note that 
   there will be no change made in the final date of your tenancy in this case.) 
   If you are to expect any delay in your arrival in Japan, please be sure
   to notify the UTokyo accommodation office you are to stay at along with
   your room number and always keep them updated with your arrival 
   information.

   If there is to be any change made in your term of enrollment at
 UTokyo or if you would like to ask for a modification of your current
 permitted term of stay, please be sure to notify the UTokyo Housing
 Office through your affiliated faculty/department by email along with
 your permit and room number right away.
 
=DOWNLOADABLE FORMS & MATERIALS=
 
 ★Self-Health Check Sheet
      
Use this sheet to take record of your physical condition.
        ・14-day record required before arrival in Japan for Int. Students & Int. Researchers alike
        ・14-day record required for Int. Researchers for their self-quarantine period at the UTokyo
         accommodation.

Move-In Health Check Sheet (For International Researchers)
   Residents will all need to fill out this sheet and submit it on the date of their move-in
         to the UTokyo accommmodation office.  Thermometer needed to take your temperature.

 
COVID-19 FLOW & SELF-QUARANTINE

  AT THE UTOKYO ACCOMMODATION

 

▶FLOW CHART (Updated April 23, 2021)

▶Information on How to Spend Your Self-Quarantine Period
※For the latest information on the designated quarantine periiod after arrival, please
   check the website below:
   ⇒New measures introduced regarding the border control (MHLW)
  
https://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/seisakunitsuite/bunya/0000121431_00209.html
  (partially in English)

PDFSELF-QUARANTINE LEVEL1 

PDFSELF-QUARANTINE LEVEL 2

PDFSELF-QUARANTINE LEVEL 3

 
▶HOW TO PUT UP WITH YOUR STRESS & COUNSELING SERVICES
  
 ★Counseling Services
    UTokyo Student Counseling Center 

 
 ★Resources for Stress-Coping
     ・Imacoco Care (Department of Mental Health, UTokyo)
     ・"Mental health & COVID-19"(WHO)
     
"Exercising to relax" (Harvard Health Publishing)
     ・PTSD Coach Online (U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)
     ・"
Three faces of COVID-19 we must be alert to"
          (Japanese Red Cross Society)


▶OTHER RESOURCES RELATED TO COVID-19 
    
 〇Regarding Your Arrival in Japan
  ・Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

 
  〇GOJ Response to COVID-19
      ・Prime Minister of Japan and His Cabinet

    [COVID-19] Government Responses on the Coronavirus Disease 2019
    Useful Information on the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
     ・Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology
         
[COVID-19] Information about MEXT's measures

  〇Preventive Measures Against COVID-19
       ・Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare
         
About Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
           Q & A on Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
       ・CDC / Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
         
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
       ・WHO / World Health Organization
         
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Pandemic
       ・National Institute of Infectious Diseases
         
Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
   
   〇Latest Infection Situation in Japan
      ・Tokyo Metropolitan Government

       Tokyo / Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health
       Kashiwa City ←Please have the information translated into your deisred
                                        language by clicking the "Foreign Language" button at the top