Based on the idea that “life is the most important”, we announce the restrictions on activities for students and researchers (undergraduate students, graduate students, postdocs, etc.) to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection in the Faculty of Science. Keep in mind that your actions can have a significant impact on the future situation. We ask for your cooperation in dealing with the restrictions with your own ingenuity, and in behaving so that people close to you would not grieve. In addition, the situation changes from moment to moment. Please make sure to check the latest information.
[For students] Precautions to stay safe and health observation sheet
Shizuoka University has decided to postpone the start of classes to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. To ensure that you do not get infected and do not become a source of infection too, please carefully read “To lead a safe life”.
Avoid the three Cs: Confined spaces, Crowded places, and Close contact. Infection prevention measures (washing hands, gargling, cough etiquette, etc.) should be performed continuously. Be sure to check your body temperature daily and record it on the health observation sheet (PDF). This will not only help you manage your health, but also protect people around you. It will also be important information in case of infection.
For students working in the laboratory, see [For laboratories] below.
[For laboratories] Request for research and education activities in laboratories
Shizuoka University has decided to postpone the start of classes to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. The Faculty of Science places the highest priority to the safety of students and researchers involved in education and research activities in the department. For this reason, students and researchers will be prohibited from entering the laboratories until May 10th (Sun), the day before the start of classes, except for cases indicated in Guidelines for education and research activities in laboratories. It may be changed according to the situation of infection and the decision of the university.
Since laboratory activities will partially restart from June 8th, the guideline that prohibits students and researchers from entering the laboratories will cease to be effective as of June 7th.