Notice and Policies for the Pneumonia Associated with the New Coronavirus (for Students and Faculty Members)
There has also been concern about the spread of the infections as several instances of infection have already been found in Japan.
In this regard, you are requested to abide by the decisions made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to increase the risk level of the entire area of Hubei Province, China to Level 3 indicating that “you are urged to avoid all travel to the area regardless of purpose (suspension of travel to the area)” on January 24, 2020 and the risk level of the other areas in China to Level 2 indicating that “you are advised to avoid non-essential travel to the area.”
We have established the following basic policies on overseas travel and returning to home countries. Please note that these policies are subject to being updated depending on developments in the pneumonia situation. So please keep yourself updated and calmly follow these policies.
1.Future overseas travel
Those students and faculty members who have symptoms such as fever and cough during overseas travel should first present themselves to a local medical institution. Then, students are requested to promptly report the diagnosis results to the health center of their campus and faculty members are to do the same by reporting to their department.
Exchange students whose acceptance periods have expired are requested to follow the instructions of the International Relations Office.
2.When coming to Japan from China
2) Students are requested to immediately report the areas where they stayed, dates of returning or entry to Japan, and health conditions at that time to the health center of their campus and faculty members are to do the same by reporting to their department.
Items to be reported: whether or not you have symptoms such as fever and cough as well as the use of antipyretic and cough medications
3) Students who have symptoms such as fever and cough that visited a medical institution during overseas travel are requested to promptly report the diagnosis results to the health center of their campus and faculty members are to do the same by reporting to their department.
3.After coming to Japan
2) If you have symptoms such as fever or cough, first consult an inquiry counter or healthcare centers without directly going to a medical institution and then report to one of the health centers on either campus in the case of students and to your department in the case of faculty staff.
4.Other issues and treatment in the case of changes in health condition
Then, report to one of the health centers on either campus in the case of students and departments in the case of faculty staff.
|Call center of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare|| 03-3595-2285|
(9:00 to 21:00)
|Call center of the Bureau of Social Welfare and Public Health, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government|| 03-5320-4509|
(9:00 to 21:00)
|Koto City Healthcare Center for Ariake Campus||03-3647-5855|
|Tamakodaira Healthcare Center for Musashino Campus||042-450-3111|
|(Health centers of Musashino University)|
|For study abroad and dispatch programs, please follow the instructions of the section in charge.|
| When traveling overseas, register with the “Tabireg” system operated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.|
Tabireg by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: https://www.ezairyu.mofa.go.jp/