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(Announcement) Preventing Infection During the Summer Vacation Period

August 4th, 2021

(Announcement) Preventing Infection During the Summer Vacation Period

Dear Students,

We would like to thank all of you for your efforts to prevent the spread of infection during the first semester, through the implementation of basic measures. As the number of infected people is now rapidly increasing, an Emergency Declaration has been issued for Osaka Prefecture, and "Priority Procedures for Infection Spread Prevention" have been applied in Kyoto Prefecture. Please be aware of the following points to prevent infection during the Summer vacation period.

〇 Please following these basic infection prevention measures thoroughly:

Please cover your face with a mask.
Please refrain from talking while eating or drinking. Eat your meals in silence.
If you must have a conversation, be sure to wear a mask during such times, even during meals.
Please thoroughly respect the need for [maintaining social distance], [avoiding the three C's], and [washing your hands].
If you are not feeling well (such as having a fever or experiencing other symptoms of the common cold), be sure to take a rest.
If you feel unwell, please consult a medical institution.

Those who wish to take a PCR test can apply at the University Health Center.
Please check the University Website for details.

〇 Keep movement across prefectural borders to a minimum.

Avoid moving through other prefectures as much as possible.
If you absolutely need to travel into other prefectures, please be cautious and continue observing your health.
Even if you have plans to meet an elderly person in your hometown who has received both vaccination rounds, be sure to take sufficient cautions against getting infected yourself for about two weeks before meeting them.

〇Please refrain from eating and drinking for a long period of time, in large groups.

Please refrain from attending meetings and parties that involve eating and drinking.
Please refrain from attending dinner and drinking parties, as well as gathering outside for drinks, with a large number of people -- either outside or at home.

Cherish your own [life] and the [life] of your loved ones, such as family and friends, and thank those who are doing their best in difficult situations. Please do your best to act responsibly as a student of Ryukoku University.

August 4, 2021 (Reiwa 3)
Ryukoku University
Ryukoku University Junior College