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Information regarding the Novel Coronavirus

Updated on January 27, 2023

Contact system about Novel Coronavirus infectious disease

Updated on November 28, 2022

Contact system flow diagram

If you are unsure about how to respond to the above flowchart, please use the form below to check.

Please report to the contact information of your faculty.

Schools and Graduate Schools contact information
School of Humanities・Graduate School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (Psychology Program, Integrated Arts and Human Sciences Program (Gofuku Campus)) 076-445-6138
School of Education 076-445-6259
School of Economics・ Graduate School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (Co-creation Economy and Innovation Program) 076-445-6517
School of Science 076-445-6547
School of Medicine・School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Student consulation form (Sugitani Campus)
School of Engineering 076-445-6701
School of Art and Design Student consulation form (Takaoka Campus)
School of Sustainable Design 076-445-6698
Graduate School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (Takaoka Campus) Student consulation form (Takaoka Campus)
Graduate School of Sustainability Studies 076-445-6546
Graduate School of Science and Engineering・Graduate School of Pharma-Medical Sciences (Gofuku Campus)・Graduate School of Science and Engineering・Graduate School of Innovative Life Science (Gofuku Campus) 076-445-6399
Graduate School of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences・Graduate School of Pharma-Medical Sciences (Sugitani Campus)・Graduate School of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences・Graduate School of Innovative Life Science (Sugitani Campus) Student consulation form (Sugitani Campus)
Graduate School of Teacher Training Development 076-445-6258

If you cannot contact your faculty office or health management center outside the reception hours or on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, please contact us by e-mail specify the faculty / department / name / contact information.

E-mail:covid-19@adm.u-toyama.ac.jp
Sugitani Campus (students and faculty members) :consultation form

We ask students and faculty members for the understanding and consideration to refrain from identifying infected persons and their families and promoting discrimination.

To all students

January 27, 2023 Updated on “Conduct of class”

January 27, 2023

Updated on “Movement restriction in Japan”

Conduct of class (Updated on January 27, 2023)

Implementation of extracurricular activities(Updated on October 7, 2022)

After October 10th (Friday), The information of activity restrictions for students extracurricular activities is below, please follow the precautions and communications from the staff in charge of extracurricular activities at each campus.

(Gofuku Campus/Takaoka Campus)
Implemented with infection control measures.

(Sugitani Campus)
Activities are permitted with infection prevention measures. However, for activities that involve accommodation, after application, allow.

Extracurricular activities (activities of clubs and circle) (In Japanese)

Movement restriction in Japan (Updated on January 27, 2023)

Regarding business trip and travel restrictions for students and faculty members (excluding hospital staff and medical trainees), we will handle them as follows.

  1. In principle, business trips and travels to prefectures for which a state of emergency (including those issued individually by prefectures) have been issued are prohibited until the state of emergency is lifted. If you have to move due to business reasons, please obtain permission from the director in advance and observe your own health more carefully for 7days after returning.
  2. It is possible to move to “High alert areas” (excluding the area where a state of emergency is issued) after thorough infection prevention measures. In addition, please be especially careful when moving to areas where “Priority measures such as spread prevention” are being implemented. Never take actions that increase the risk of infection. Also, please observe your own health more carefully for 7days after returning.
  3. It is possible to move to “Alert areas” after thorough infection prevention measures.Never take actions that increase the risk of infection, such as large numbers of people, eating and drinking for a long time, and going in and out of places where basic infection prevention measures are considered insufficient. Also, please observe your own health more carefully for 7days after returning.
  4. It is possible to move to “Attention areas” after thorough infection prevention measures. Carefully observe your health for 7days after returning.
  5. Those who come to our university regardless of the place of departure in Japan are requested to thoroughly implement infection prevention measures in accordance with the “Guidelines for Novel Coronavirus Infectious Disease Control Measures at the University of Toyama”. However, please refrain from coming from the prefecture where the state of emergency is issued. (The class that part-time instructors coming from the prefectures where the state of emergency has been declared will be treated as remote classes or canceled, and if canceled, they will be supplemented at a later date.)

About restricted movement areas in Japan (Revised October 4) (From January 30 to February 5)[PDF, 387KB] (In Japanese)【New】

We will reconsider the above correspondence if there are any affected people at our university or if there is a regional or nationwide spread of infection.

[Thorough infection prevention measures when moving domestically]

Infection prevention measures when moving to “High caution areas” / “Alert areas”
○Temperature measurement ○Wearing masks ○Diligent hand washing ○Avoid the three “Cs” (Closed spaces, Crowded places, Close-contact settings ○Ventilation etc.

“Mental health” related to novel coronavirus infectious disease

The spread of novel coronavirus infections has a major impact on your student life. We have summarized the points to be aware of in order to maintain mental health under the circumstances of social confusion, so please refer to it.

“Mental health” related to novel coronavirus infectious disease [PDF, 366KB] (In Japanese)

Infection prevention and Consultation counter

Infection prevention measures and Health management (Updated on May 19, 2020)

At present, infections are spreading in Japan. Therefore, to prevent infections, take thorough measures against infections (hand washing with running water and soap, hand disinfection with alcohol, cough etiquette with mask, etc.).
In addition, take personal measures such as avoiding crowds, pay attention to your health status on a regular basis. If you have a cold symptom such as fever, refrain from going to school or commuting. In this case, immediately contact your school and report your body temperature, health conditions, etc. to your school while staying at home every day. If you have any of the following symptoms, immediately call the University Health Management Center and the Consultation Center (local welfare center / health center) after consultation (※), please consult a medical institution based on the instructions.

If you consult the Consultation Center, be sure to contact the University Health Management Center.

Estimated consultation

  • If you have any of the strong symptoms such as experience shortness of breath (dyspnea), extreme discomfort (malaise), and high fever.
  • If you are a patient with severe illness (※) and have relatively mild cold symptoms such as fever and cough.
    (※) Elderly people, and patient of diabetes, heart failure, respiratory disease (COPD, etc.) , dialysis.
  • If anyone other than those above have a relatively mild cold symptom such as fever or cough.
    (Please be sure to consult if you have symptoms for more than 4 days. Symptoms vary from person to person, so if you think that the symptoms are strong, consult immediately. Same for those who need to keep taking fever-reducing medication.)

Consultation counter about Novel Coronavirus infectious disease(Updated on November 24, 2022)

[University Health Management Center]

Reception hours: 8:30 to 17:00 (excluding weekends and holidays)

[Consultation Center]

Phone: 076-444-4691(24-hour operation)
※ It can be used by people in all areas of Toyama prefecture. (If you have symptoms such as fever, first contact your family doctor or other local medical institution by phone. If you are uncertain about the medical institution to consult with, please contact the consultation center.)

[Toyama Prefectural COVID-19 Positive Registration Center] 

https://www.pref.toyama.jp/120507/20220829.html
Inquiries about positive registration:0120-934-952 (9:00-17:00)

[Toyama Prefecture Health Follow-up Center] 

0120-934-952 (24 hours, also available on holidays)
If you are recuperating at home and feel unwell, or if your symptoms get worse, please contact us at Toyama Prefecture Health Follow-up Center.

[Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare]

Phone: 0120-565653 (toll-free)
Reception hours: 9: 00-21: 00 (also available on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays)

Guidelines for Activities at University of  Toyama : Level 2 (alert)

Updated on January 27, 2023

We established Guidelines of activities for education and research at University of Toyama related to novel coronavirus infectious diseases, and provided a guideline for the university members to act appropriately and flexibly according to the situation.
Comprehensively judge by considering the infection situation in the University of Toyama and Toyama prefecture, we are will continue the alert category (alert) and Level (2) from Monday, January 30 to Sunday, February 5.
Please continue to take autonomous action refer to this guideline.

Guidelines for Activities to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infection at the University of Toyama (Revised December 6) [PDF, 505KB] (In Japanese)【New】

[Sugitani Campus]Guidelines for Activities to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus infection at the University of Toyama (Sugitani Campus) (Enacted October 7) [PDF, 331KB] (In Japanese)

Countermeasures for COVID-19 infection (Cabinet Secretariat website)

Important Notification

Various Ceremony and Event

Participation and implementation of various ceremony and events(Updated on December 24, 2021)

(1) Various events held by the University

In holding the various events held by the University, please comply the“Guidelines for Novel Coronavirus Infection Disease Control Measures at the University of Toyama”when implementing.

Event organizers with more than 1,000 participants, please announce the status of infection control measures necessary for holding the event (“Infection Control Measures Checklist (Toyama Prefecture PPT Format: 76KB)” etc.) on the website.

In addition, In holding an event with more than 5,000 participants (no loud voice or cheering), if Toyama Prefecture confirms the “Infection Prevention Safety Plan” formulated by the event organizer in advance, the limit on the number of people will be relaxed.

For details, please check the following websites, and if there are applicable efforts, please contact the Section for Risk Management before submitting to Toyama Prefecture.

About holding standards of sponsored by Toyama prefecture events related to novel coronavirus infectious diseases)

If there is an infected person at our university or if there is a regional or national spread of infection, we will reconsider it.

(2) Participation in various off-campus events

①Closed space with poor ventilation, ②Crowded people, ③Short distance conversations and vocalizations take place, If “three conditions overlap at the same time”, it is said a high risk of occurrence due to past domestic circumstances. Also, in younger people who are not at high risk of severe disease due to novel coronavirus infection, there are many cases in which asymptomatic or mild symptoms spread the infection unknowingly. Please pay special attention to behavior.

Overseas travel and entry from overseas

Overseas travel of students, school and staff(Updated on November 15, 2022)

At our university, in principle, overseas travel of students and faculty members (including private travel) to countries and regions with infectious disease risk information “Level 3” or higher will continue to be prohibited for the time being.

We will enable overseas business trips of students and faculty members about countries and regions whose infectious disease risk information is “Level 2”. However, please refrain from other non-essential and non-urgent overseas travel in principle.Necessary overseas travel is possible with the consent of the appropriate supervisor. Please consult with them.

When students and faculty members consider overseas travel, be sure to check the latest information on immigration regulations and quarantine measures in each country, and take all possible measures to prevent infection, keeping in mind that the local infection situation may worsen.

Each department confirm the situation about the following matters of students and school and staff currently staying abroad.

  1. Keep up to date with the latest information from the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and local Japanese embassies, etc., Pay close attention to your activities and surroundings, and keep close contact with the university, family members, etc. while travelling. In addition, considering the situation in the area where you are staying, proceed with necessary procedures while contacting the university.
  2. Register with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Travel Registration Service (Tabireji) .
  3. To reduce the risk of infection, take measures such as washing hands with soap, use alcohol-based disinfectant, and wear a mask.

Temporary Leave for international Students (updated on November 15) (In Japanese) [PDF, 697KB]

About study abroad and oversea training for students(Updated on June 10, 2022)

When students of our university study abroad and training, in principle, please follow the policies of the national government, the “Crisis Management Manual for Study Abroad and Oversea Training (for University of Toyama Students)”and the “About student study abroad and oversea training for students”.

About student study abroad and oversea training for students (In Japanese)[PDF, 594KB]

Correspondence to students, school and staff who entering or returning Japan from overseas (Updated on September 30, 2022)

Border measures (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare website)(in Japanese)

For those considering traveling abroad (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) 

About International students who are newly enter Japan (Updated on March 4, 2022)

New entry of international students after March 1, 2022 is permitted under certain conditions.  each faculty or the Study-abroad Support Division will inform about specific mitigation measures.

We will inform separately about entry and school attendance measures. If you have any questions, please contact each faculty or the Study-abroad Support Division.

Information provision in future

The situation regarding the novel coronavirus is expected to change in the future. The University updates information updates on the campus bulletin board (Hearn system, etc.) and the university’s website. Since the situation is changing rapidly, please be sure to obtain the latest information from the following related information websites, news reports, etc.

Financial support

Updated on May 30, 2022