Toyo University's Response to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
ー Toyo University Action Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection for May 8,2023 onward.
Toyo University Action Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection："Level-0" (Effective as of May 8, 2023.)
On May 8, 2023, COVID-19 will be downgraded to category 5 under Japan’s infectious disease control law. Effective as of this date, the “Toyo University Action Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection” will be concurrently lowered to “Level-0.” In light of this, classes and educational activities, face-to-face extracurricular activities, facility rental and other activities will be carried out as usual.
While on the premises of the university, you may be asked to show your student ID or some other type of ID, or present your TOYO-PASS, the official app of Toyo University. You may also be questioned to confirm your purpose of entry into the campus.
ー New policies for wearing a mask after April 1, 2023
Whether or not to wear a mask on campus is left to your own judgment.
・If you have a cold or other symptoms, wear a mask.
・It is recommend that masks be worn when interacting in close proximity in closed spaces, such as indoors or in classrooms.
ー Status of COVID-19 Cases at Toyo University (Cumulative TotalーAs of April 21, 2023)
ー We will inform you of the number of people infected with COVID-19 at Toyo University.
Number of people reported to have tested positive as of April 19, 2023 (cumulative total)
・Faculty and staff members 370 people
All are recovering well from theinfected with COVID-19.
No increase since the last announcement.
・Students 5427 people
This data includes 5411 people who have recovered from the symptoms.
35 people increased since last announcement.
*The previous announcement was on April 6, 2023.
*Due to the change in the Infectious Disease Control Law classification of COVID-19, this information release will end at this time.