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(Dec. 6) COVID-19: President's message, Tokyo Tech policy, important information to all stakeholders

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Published: March 13, 2020

President's message to the community

Tokyo Tech President Kazuya Masu sends his latest message to the community.

For the general public

The novel coronavirus outbreak is forcing Tokyo Tech to cancel, postpone, or otherwise alter various Institute-wide activities that affect all stakeholders of the Institute, including members of the general public.


While the Institute strives to keep all information up to date, please understand that sudden changes may occur due to the rapidly evolving situation.

Tokyo Tech policy (Updated on December 1)

The Tokyo Tech policy regarding the novel coronavirus is being revised regularly to realize a new education and research environment that is attuned to the new normal of the COVID-19 era. To respond to the constantly changing situation in a more timely and targeted manner, Tokyo Tech has divided its policy into 13 categories, each with its own response status.

Click on a relevant category below to view its current status, displayed in pale red. All status changes will be announced on this page.

  • 1. Work environment and lifestyle for education and research activities, administration, etc.Level II

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Practice the "new lifestyle" as advised by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare below.
      • Arrange workspaces such as laboratories, offices, and lecture rooms as follows:
        • - Faculty and staff must ensure that members stay two meters (at least one meter) away from others as much as possible in offices, laboratories, lecture rooms, etc. Other preventive measures must be in place such as avoiding sitting directly across from each other and using dividers such as plastic partitions and sheets when it is not possible to maintain a safe distance (student rooms, etc.).
        • - Wearing a mask is mandatory when using public transportation to travel to or from campuses.
        • - In principle, masks must be worn when around people. You must stay at least one meter away while talking even if you wear a mask. In situations where physical distancing is not possible, ensure that alternative measures are put in place (e.g., not sitting directly across from each other).
        • - Keep ventilation fans turned on at the highest setting, and open windows frequently (keep entrance doors open in offices) regardless of whether or not there is a ventilation system.
        • - Wash your hands upon arrival on campus, and before entering and after leaving rooms. Sanitize your hands after washing if an alcohol hand sanitizer is available.
        • - Take your temperature before coming to campuses, and confirm that it is below 37.5 degree Celsius.
        • - If you are not feeling well, or you or someone who you live with has been confirmed to have COVID-19 or is identified as a close contact, stay home and follow instructions from the Public Health Center or your primary care physician.
      • Eat alone as much as possible. If you have to eat with others in the same room, use large dividers such as plastic partitions that separate individuals. If that is difficult, avoid sitting directly across from each other and do not talk while eating, in addition to maintaining a distance of two meters (at least one meter) as much as possible.
        • - Eating outside is not prohibited, but you must follow the same instructions as eating inside, such as maintaining a safe distance, not sitting directly across from each other, and not talking while eating.
        • - Eating and drinking at restaurants, etc. off campus is allowed as long as the restaurants, etc. comply with the requirements of the relevant government or local authority.
        • - Do not drink alcohol excessively either on campus or off campus.
        • - When a laboratory, extracurricular activity group, etc. holds a social gathering , it must conform to the rules stipulated in section 11 “Gatherings and events.”
    • Students, faculty, and staff are strongly encouraged to use the COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA) managed by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, and must follow instructions given in the notice "The Use of the "COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA)" if they have received an exposure notification.
      COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA) | Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfareouter

    • Faculty and staff must download and display the following posters created by the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in each room to raise awareness among students.
      Coughing etiquette | Ministry of Health, Labour and WelfarePDF
      Handwashing | Ministry of Health, Labour and WelfarePDF

    Level II
    In addition to Level I, please follow the instructions below:
    • Research groups are requested to share helpful information such as safe workspace settings, effective health checks, and examples of preventive measures specific to each research field, and to make efforts for improvements by checking with each other.
      • Persons in charge of research groups must monitor on-campus attendance and work activities of students, faculty, and staff and keep historical records to prepare for possible COVID-19 cases.
      • Take your temperature before coming to campuses and confirm that you have a temperature below 37.5 degree Celsius, and report to a supervisor in charge on the day (faculty member of the research group). The reported results of temperature checks must be kept by the reporting individual or someone in charge at the research group.
      • Each research group must have a non-contact thermometer ready so that they can check the temperature of individuals who forgot to do so before coming to campus.
    • When business hours of restaurants and bars are shortened at the request of local governments, students, faculty, and staff must ensure that their schedules are managed properly to avoid dining, etc. after the shortened business hours.
    Level III
    In addition to Level II, please follow the instructions below:
    • Deans and directors must regularly assess whether or not workspace settings, health-check routines, on-campus attendance, and work activities are appropriately managed in research groups performing research activities, etc. on campus.
    Level IV
    No on-campus work (education, research, administration, etc.) is allowed.
  • 2. Classes and on-campus attendance (students not affiliated with laboratories)Level I

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • A combination of face-to-face and online classes is adopted. Students physically attend classes on campus, or remotely from lecture rooms or their own homes.
    • Provided that the “new lifestyle” is implemented, students are permitted to come to campuses as long as they have no signs of illness.
      • In order to maintain physical distancing on campus and to promote staggered commuting, students are encouraged to participate in online meetings and classes from their own homes.
      • In principle, students come to campuses to physically attend face-to-face classes. However, due consideration must be given to international students unable to come to Japan due to travel restrictions and students at higher risk of becoming severely ill with COVID-19 due to underlying health conditions.
      • On such occasions as in-person and simultaneously livestreamed events (e.g., lectures, orientation sessions) organized by Tokyo Tech, Schools, or Departments, students are encouraged to come to campuses and physically attend those events.
      • On campus, students are expected to take sufficient precautions against infection, including avoiding close contact with others and eating alone.
    Level II
    • Classes are delivered online in principle. However, those involving experiments, practical training, group work, etc. can be conducted face-to-face. Quarter-end exams can be conducted face-to-face if they were already arranged at a lower alert level.
      • In the event that local governments call for refraining from non-essential outings at night, instructors teaching classes scheduled for periods 7–8 or later should pay due consideration to attendees, so that they will arrive home by the time designated by the government.
    • Access to campuses is limited to students falling under either of the following. Other students are prohibited from coming to campuses in principle.
      • Students attending classes involving experiments, practical training, group work, etc.
      • Students attending quarter-end exams to be conducted face-to-face
      • Students who are affiliated with laboratories (bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional master’s students assigned to laboratories, international exchange students engaging in research activities, and research students)
      • Faculty or staff may request students to come to campuses if their physical presence is deemed essential. However, due consideration must be given to students’ decisions.
      • As an exception, students without satisfactory network connection at home are permitted to come to campuses to attend online classes or quarter-end exams remotely from a room on campus.
        • - Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
      • Students must take their temperature at home before coming to campuses. If it is clearly higher than the normal range, they are not permitted to come to campuses.
        • - Students should keep a record of their temperature checks (e.g., by taking photos of the temperature displayed on the thermometer with a smartphone). There may be cases in which they are asked to present this record.
    • Notwithstanding the above, on such occasions as in-person (and simultaneously livestreamed) events (e.g., orientation sessions) organized by and held with infection control measures in place by Tokyo Tech, Schools, or Departments, students are allowed to come to campuses and physically attend those events.
    Level III
    • Classes are delivered online only.
    • Unless otherwise “exceptionally” permitted by deans or directors, students not affiliated with laboratories are prohibited from coming to campuses in principle.
      • Faculty or staff may request students to come to campuses if their physical presence is deemed essential. However, due consideration must be given to students’ decisions.
        • - Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
    Level IV
    Campus closure: All students are prohibited from coming to campuses. Academic activities and events are suspended.
  • 3. Studies, research activities, and on-campus attendance (students affiliated with laboratories*)Level I
    * Bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and professional master’s students assigned to laboratories, international exchange students engaging in research activities, and research students

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Provided that the “new lifestyle” is implemented, students are allowed to come to campuses as long as they wish to do so and have no signs of illness. There is no on-campus attendance rate set for those students.
      • Students are encouraged to come to campuses at a certain frequency to conduct or participate in discussions, seminars, etc. in person. When on campus, students are expected to take sufficient precautions against infection, including avoiding close contact with others and eating alone.
      • Literature searching, writing, organizing data, etc. should be done at home.
    Level II -1
    • Provided that the environmental conditions described in section 1 are satisfied, students whose studies and research activities require on-campus attendance are permitted to come to campuses and work in laboratories up to four days per week on average, as long as they wish to do so and have no signs of illness.
    • Students whose studies and research activities do not require on-campus attendance may work at home, as long as they regularly communicate with academic supervisors and receive sufficient instruction.
      • Regardless of whether students’ on-campus attendance is essential, it is encouraged that discussions, seminars, etc. be conducted online. Literature searching, writing, organizing data, etc. should be done at home.
      • Faculty and staff must keep records of students’ on-campus attendance and monitor their health using the appropriate measures specific to each research field. To prepare for possible COVID-19 cases, they also must maintain records of students’ activities from when they come to campuses until they return home, which enables the tracking of students’ activities and interactions with others.
        • - To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, faculty and staff should consider arrangements that will limit in-person interaction among students engaging in studies or research activities on campus (e.g., grouping students into cohorts by research project (a cohort can consist of multiple small laboratories), and setting up a rotating schedule to assign cohorts different on-campus days).
      • Students must take their temperature at home before coming to campuses. If it is clearly higher than the normal range, they are not permitted to come to campuses.
        • - Students should keep a record of their temperature checks (e.g., by taking photos of the temperature displayed on the thermometer with a smartphone). There may be cases in which they are asked to present this record.
        • - Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
    Level II -2
    • Provided that the environmental conditions described in section 1 are satisfied, students whose studies and research activities require on-campus attendance are permitted to come to campuses and work in laboratories up to three days per week on average, as long as they wish to do so and have no signs of illness.
    • Students whose studies and research activities do not require on-campus attendance may work at home, as long as they regularly communicate with academic supervisors and receive sufficient instruction.
      • Regardless of whether students’ on-campus attendance is essential, it is encouraged that discussions, seminars, etc. be conducted online. Literature searching, writing, organizing data, etc. should be done at home.
      • Faculty and staff must keep records of students’ on-campus attendance and monitor their health using the appropriate measures specific to each research field. To prepare for possible COVID-19 cases, they also must maintain records of students’ activities from when they come to campuses until they return home, which enables the tracking of students’ activities and interactions with others.
        • - To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, faculty and staff should consider arrangements that will limit in-person interaction among students engaging in studies or research activities on campus (e.g., grouping students into cohorts by research project (a cohort can consist of multiple small laboratories), and setting up a rotating schedule to assign cohorts different on-campus days).
      • Students must take their temperature at home before coming to campuses. If it is clearly higher than the normal range, they are not permitted to come to campuses.
        • - Students should keep a record of their temperature checks (e.g., by taking photos of the temperature displayed on the thermometer with a smartphone). There may be cases in which they are asked to present this record.
        • - Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
    Level II -3
    • Provided that the environmental conditions described in section 1 are satisfied, bachelor’s, master’s, and professional master’s students expected to graduate or complete their degree programs within the then-current academic year are permitted to come to campuses and continue essential studies, research activities, experiments etc. at laboratories up to three days per week on average, as long as they wish to do so and have no signs of illness.
      • The above-mentioned students, as well as other students, are encouraged to participate in discussions, seminars, etc. online, and conduct literature searching, writing, organizing data, etc. at home.
      • Faculty and staff must keep records of students’ on-campus attendance and monitor their health using the appropriate measures specific to each research field. To prepare for possible COVID-19 cases, they also must maintain records of students’ activities from when they come to campuses until they return home, which enables the tracking of students’ activities and interactions with others.
        • - To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, faculty and staff should consider arrangements that will limit in-person interaction among students engaging in studies and research activities on campus (e.g., grouping students into cohorts by research project (a cohort can consist of multiple small laboratories), and setting up a rotating schedule to assign cohorts different on-campus days).
      • Students must take their temperature at home before coming to campuses. If it is clearly higher than the normal range, they are not permitted to come to campuses.
        • - Students should keep a record of their temperature checks (e.g., by taking photos of the temperature displayed on the thermometer with a smartphone). There may be cases in which they are asked to present this record.
        • - Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
    Level III
    • Research activities at laboratories, etc. are suspended in principle. Students are prohibited from coming to campuses in principle.
    • Students may be "exceptionally" permitted to come to campuses to conduct essential and critical activities such as experiments, maintenance of equipment, animals, or plants, or research activities requiring physical attendance if suspension of those activities is deemed to have a significant impact. Faculty, staff, or groups in charge of those activities must obtain prior approval from directors or deans. The number of individuals attending on campus and the length of time spent on campus must be limited to the minimum possible. Upon request by the person/group in charge, directors or deans will make decisions based on the following points:
      • Urgency and criticality of the activities
      • Whether students engage in those activities in an appropriate environment
      • Whether students’ health is appropriately monitored and recorded
      • Whether students’ attendance and activities on campus are appropriately recorded
    • Students must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
    Level IV
    Campus closure: All students are prohibited from coming to campuses. Academic activities and events are suspended.
  • 4. Operations by faculty, etc. (including researchers and staff affiliated with laboratories) (only for faculty and staff)

  • 5. Student assistant activitiesLevel II

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Teaching assistants (TAs) assigned to face-to-face classes and research assistants (RAs) come to campuses to perform work in principle.
      • TAs are permitted to work from home if courses they work for are conducted online.
    Level II
    • TAs working for courses involving experiments, practical training, group work, etc. conducted face-to-face are permitted to come to campuses. Faculty and staff are responsible for managing attendance of those TAs and monitoring their health. There is no on-campus attendance rate set for those TAs.
    • TAs and RAs working for courses other than those stated above are permitted to work from home. When physical presence is required, they are permitted to come to campuses as long as their on-campus attendance rate does not exceed the rate mentioned in section 3. Faculty and staff are responsible for managing attendance of those assistants and monitoring their health using the appropriate measures specific to each research field.
      • To prepare for possible COVID-19 cases, faculty and staff must keep records of assistants’ work activities from when they start until they return home, which enables the tracking of assistants’ activities and interactions with others.
      • TAs and RAs must adhere to safety precautions during commuting or when on campus (e.g., practice mask wearing and hand hygiene, maintain physical distancing, avoid loud conversation).
      • TAs and RAs must take their temperature at home before coming to campuses. If it is clearly higher than the normal range, they are not permitted to come to campuses.
        • - They should keep a record of their temperature checks (e.g., by taking photos of the temperature displayed on the thermometer with a smartphone). There may be cases in which they are asked to present this record.
    Level III
    All RAs and TAs must work from home.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: Activities of student assistants are suspended.
  • 6. Student extracurricular activitiesLevel II -1

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Provided that the “new lifestyle” is implemented, students are permitted to participate in extracurricular activities on campus as long as they wish to do so and have no signs of illness.
      • An appropriate environment that meets requirements specific to activities must be ensured, including implementation of health checks, infection control measures, and cross-monitoring.
      • On-campus facilities related to extracurricular activities are open.
    • Participation in training camps or similar events is allowed, as long as appropriate precautions to prevent infections are taken and a record of activities is always kept.
    Level II -1
    • Small gatherings of 10 persons or less (or participation in sporting activities with the minimum number of players) at a time are permitted, as long as sufficient infection control measures are put in place and approved by an executive vice president in charge.
      • An appropriate environment that meets requirements specific to activities must be ensured, including implementation of health checks, infection control measures, and cross-monitoring.
      • Outdoor facilities on campus, including the multipurpose field, are open. Groups are permitted to use indoor facilities as long as they take sufficient precautions to reduce the risk of infection and maintain the maximum number in one venue to half of its capacity (if the venue has a fixed capacity).
    • Participation in training camps or similar events attended by 10 persons or less is permitted, as long as planned infection control measures and measures for recording activities are presented to an executive vice president in charge for prior approval.
    Level II -2
    • Small gatherings of 10 persons or less (or participation in sporting activities with the minimum number of players) at a time are permitted, as long as sufficient infection control measures are put in place and approved by an executive vice president in charge.
      • An appropriate environment that meets requirements specific to activities must be ensured, including implementation of health checks, infection control measures, and cross-monitoring.
      • On-campus facilities related to extracurricular activities are closed. Exceptions will be made to groups approved by an executive vice president in charge.
    • Participation in training camps or similar events should be avoided.
    Level III
    • Activities involving in-person gatherings are prohibited.
    • On-campus facilities related to extracurricular activities are closed.
    • Participation in training camps or similar events should be avoided.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: All students are prohibited from coming to campuses.
  • 7. Campus librariesLevel I

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Lending books and providing spaces for literature searching and studying, as well as learning commons functions, are limited to Tokyo Tech faculty, staff, and students. Appropriate measures to prevent infection must be put in place.
      • Entry for visitors and lending books to external users are suspended.
    Level II
    • Lending books and providing spaces for literature searching and studying are limited to Tokyo Tech faculty, staff, and students. Appropriate measures to prevent infection must be put in place.
      • Learning commons functions are suspended.
      • Entry for visitors and lending of books to external users are suspended.
    Level III
    • Lending books (including by postal mail) and providing spaces for literature searching during reduced hours are limited to Tokyo Tech faculty, staff, and students. Appropriate measures to prevent infection must be put in place.
      • Learning commons functions are suspended.
      • Entry for visitors and lending of books to external users are suspended.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: Libraries are closed.
  • 8. Accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. from overseas and foreign international students residing overseasLevel II

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Foreign faculty, researchers, etc. traveling from overseas (whether or not they are employed by Tokyo Tech) and foreign international students residing overseas (regardless of program type) can be accepted if their country of residence permits travel to Japan and they are accepted by the Japanese government.
      • If they are subject to health monitoring for a certain period upon arrival, they must follow instructions and are not allowed to come to campuses. Tokyo Tech facilities (including dormitories) cannot be used for accommodations during the health-monitoring period.
      • In principle, “the measure of easing restrictions regarding mandatory quarantine upon entry to Japan” does not apply.
        • - For foreign faculty, researchers, etc., the measure may apply only when relevant Schools or departments, etc. are able to host them. Preparations must begin well in advance, as application and approval procedures take time.
    Level II
    • Foreign faculty, researchers, etc. traveling from overseas (whether or not they are employed by Tokyo Tech) and foreign international students residing overseas (regardless of program type) can be accepted if their country of residence permits travel to Japan and they are accepted by the Japanese government.
      • If they are subject to health monitoring for a certain period upon arrival, they must follow instructions and are not allowed to come to campuses. Tokyo Tech facilities (including dormitories) cannot be used for accommodations during the health-monitoring period.
      • It is not permitted to apply “the measure of easing restrictions regarding mandatory quarantine upon entry to Japan” during the health-monitoring period.
    Level III
    • Suspend accepting foreign faculty, researchers (whether or not they are employed by Tokyo Tech), international exchange students, etc. traveling from overseas.
    • Accept Tokyo Tech regular program students and research students who are residing overseas if their country of residence permits travel to Japan and they are accepted by the Japanese government.
      • If they are subject to health monitoring for a certain period upon arrival, they must follow instructions and are not allowed to come to campuses. Tokyo Tech facilities (including dormitories) cannot be used for accommodations during the health-monitoring period.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: Suspend accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. (whether or not they are employed by Tokyo Tech) traveling from overseas and foreign international students residing overseas (regardless of program type).
  • 9. Domestic travel including business and private trips by faculty, staff, students, etc.Level II -1

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Domestic travel, including business trips and inter-prefectural travel other than business trips (within 100 km, including for private purposes) by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is allowed upon confirmation that the traveler wishes to do so and they are in good health, and on the basis that the "new lifestyle" is practiced.
      • Appropriate precautions to prevent infections must be taken. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visited.
    Level II -1
    • Domestic business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is allowed if approved by the relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director.
      • A travel record must be prepared and retained.
      • Appropriate precautions to prevent infections must be taken. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visited.
    • Inter-prefectural travel other than business trips (within 100 km, including for private purposes) by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is allowed.
      • A travel record must be prepared and retained.
      • Appropriate precautions to prevent infections must be taken. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visited.
    Level II -2
    • Domestic business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is allowed but limited to day trips if approved by the relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director.
    • Domestic business travel other than day trips is allowed only if the relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director, applies to the COVID-19 Task Force and gains prior approval from the executive vice president in charge.
      • A travel record must be prepared and retained.
      • Appropriate precautions to prevent infections must be taken. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visited.
    • Tokyo Tech requests to avoid inter-prefectural travel other than business trips (within 100 km, including for private purposes) by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories, except for inter-campus travel and travel between campuses and home.
      • Travel that is deemed essential, including for educational purposes, is allowed as long as due consideration is given to the circumstances of the parties visited, and if approved by the relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director. A travel record must be prepared and retained.
    Level III
    • Domestic business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is basically prohibited except for special cases including travel requested by the government.
      • Domestic business travel that is deemed essential is allowed but limited to day trips in principle. The relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director, must apply to the COVID-19 Task Force and gain prior approval from the executive vice president in charge.
      • Appropriate precautions to prevent infections must be taken. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visited.
    • Inter-prefectural travel other than business trips (within 100 km, including for private purposes) by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories must be avoided except for inter-campus travel and travel between campuses and home.
    Level IV
    Domestic business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is basically prohibited except for special cases including travel requested by the government.
  • 10. International travel for business or private purposes by faculty, staff, students, etc.Level I

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • International business and private trips by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories are allowed only if the country of destination accepts arrivals from Japan, and the Japanese government permits travel.
      • The traveler must self-isolate for a period of health monitoring if required when arriving in the country of destination and when returning to Japan. Those planning a trip should carefully consider the possible impact of the health-monitoring period on their work or study.
      • Tokyo Tech requests to avoid international private trips whenever the Japanese government has requested to refrain from international travel.
      • In principle, it is not permitted to apply “the measure of easing restrictions regarding mandatory quarantine upon entry to Japan” during the health-monitoring period when returning to Japan.
        • - For Institute faculty and staff, the measure may apply only when affiliated Schools or departments, etc. are able to handle the situation. Preparations must begin well in advance, as application and approval procedures take time.

    * In accordance with the notification from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Tokyo Tech must ensure the safety of its students traveling abroad for studying. Such travelers must gain prior approval from the executive vice president in charge.

    Level II
    • International business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is basically prohibited except for special cases including travel requested by the government.
      • When a business trip becomes essential, it will be allowed only if the country of destination accepts arrivals from Japan, and the Japanese government permits travel. The relevant travel approver, such as a dean or director, must apply to the COVID-19 Task Force and gain prior approval from the executive vice president in charge.
    • Tokyo Tech requests to avoid international private trips in general, but does not restrict truly essential trips.
      • The traveler must self-isolate for a period of health monitoring if required when arriving in the country of destination and when returning to Japan. Those planning a trip should carefully consider the possible impact of the health-monitoring period on their work or study.
      • It is not permitted to apply “the measure of easing restrictions regarding mandatory quarantine upon entry to Japan” during the health-monitoring period when returning to Japan.
    Level III
    • International business travel by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories is basically prohibited except for special cases including travel requested by the government.
    • International private trips by faculty, staff, and students affiliated with laboratories must be avoided.
  • 11. Gatherings and eventsLevel I

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Holding mass gatherings on Tokyo Tech premises and inviting non-Tokyo Tech individuals is allowed only if the event utilizes a maximum of half the capacity of a venue, based on the adoption of the “new lifestyle.”
      • Relevant infection prevention measures, including health checks of participants and ensuring mask wearing, must be taken.
      • Host faculty/staff members are expected to ask participants to follow a separate notification titled “Accepting Visitors and Required Health Monitoring“ and ask them to keep a record of activities.
      • Participants from overseas must comply with section 8 “Accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. from overseas and foreign international students residing overseas.”
      • Social gatherings on campus where alcoholic beverages are offered are allowed only when the following conditions are met:
        • - Participants must be seated, and food and drink must be served individually. When eating and drinking, participants must be separated by large dividers such as plastic partitions. Stand-up or buffet-style eating and drinking is prohibited.
        • - Seating arrangements and status must be recorded.
        • - Excessive alcohol consumption is prohibited.
        • - Minimize movement between seats when eating and drinking, and keep a record of any such movement.
        • - When participants leave their seats to talk to others, eating and drinking is not allowed. Face masks must be worn and a distance of at least one meter from others must be maintained, in principle.
    • Planning and participating in mass gatherings held on non-Tokyo Tech premises is allowed as long as the event complies with the requirements of the relevant government or local authority.
    Level II
    • Holding mass gatherings on Tokyo Tech premises and inviting non-Tokyo Tech individuals is allowed only if the event utilizes a maximum of half the capacity of a venue. If the event has multiple locations on campus, prevent participants from moving between them and maintain the maximum number in one venue to half of its capacity.
      • Holding unseated buffet-style gatherings, as well as any form of gathering where alcoholic beverages are offered, on Tokyo Tech premises is prohibited.
      • Host faculty/staff members are expected to ask participants to follow a separate notification titled "Accepting Visitors and Required Health Monitoring" and ask them to keep a record of activities.
      • Participants from overseas must comply with section 8 "Accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. from overseas and foreign international students residing overseas."
    • Planning and participating in mass gatherings held on non-Tokyo Tech premises is allowed as long as the event complies with the requirements of the relevant government or local authority.
    Level III
    • Holding mass gatherings on Tokyo Tech premises and inviting non-Tokyo Tech individuals is prohibited, in an effort to reduce potential risk of infection of Tokyo Tech members, as well as reducing the workload of staff handling venue rental.
    • Planning and participating in mass gatherings held on non-Tokyo Tech premises is allowed as long as the event complies with the requirements of the relevant government or local authority.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: Visitors are not allowed to enter Tokyo Tech campuses.
  • 12. Visitors to Tokyo Tech campusesLevel I

    Level 0
    Normal operations
    Level I
    • Visitors are accepted except for particularly large numbers of individuals.
      • Sufficient infection control measures, including appropriate choice of venue for meetings, etc., are put in place. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visiting.
      • Host faculty/staff members are expected to ask visitors to follow a separate notification titled "Accepting Visitors and Required Health Monitoring." A record of visitors (stating the organization the visitor belongs to, contact details, time and place of visit, and name of host person at Tokyo Tech, no particular format is required) must be prepared and retained.
      • Visitors from overseas must comply with section 8 "Accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. from overseas and foreign international students residing overseas."
    • Acceptance of visitors who come to campuses to see admission exam venues is allowed, as long as sufficient infection control measures are put in place.
      • In compliance with "Visitors to Tokyo Tech campuses," visitors are expected to 1) check if their temperature is within the normal range, 2) wear a face mask throughout their visit as well as while using public transportation, and 3) avoid conversations as much as possible when visiting as a group. They should also be encouraged to use the government-offered COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application ("COCOA") on their smartphones.
      • Entry to buildings is prohibited.
    • Tokyo Tech requests local residents to avoid entering Tokyo Tech premises in large groups.
    Level II
    • Acceptance of visitors for essential purposes is allowed for up to ten or so individuals.
      • Sufficient infection control measures, including appropriate choice of venue for meetings, etc., are put in place. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visiting.
      • Host faculty/staff members are expected to ask visitors to follow a separate notification titled "Accepting Visitors and Required Health Monitoring." A record of visitors (stating the organization the visitor belongs to, contact details, time and place of visit, and name of host person at Tokyo Tech, no particular format is required) must be prepared and retained.
      • Visitors from overseas must comply with section 8 "Accepting foreign faculty, researchers, etc. from overseas and foreign international students residing overseas."
    • Acceptance of visitors who come to campuses to see admission exam venues is allowed, as long as sufficient infection control measures are put in place.
      • In compliance with "Visitors to Tokyo Tech campuses," visitors are expected to 1) check if their temperature is within the normal range, 2) wear a face mask throughout their visit as well as while using public transportation, and 3) avoid conversations as much as possible when visiting as a group. They should also be encouraged to use the government-offered COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application ("COCOA") on their smartphones.
      • Entry to buildings is prohibited.
    • Tokyo Tech requests local residents to avoid entering Tokyo Tech premises.
    Level III
    • Tokyo Tech requests visitors to avoid entering its campuses.
      • However, if accepting visitors becomes essential for research-related meetings, etc., a maximum of three individuals visiting from companies and other organizations in Tokyo and three neighboring prefectures is accepted.
        • - Sufficient infection control measures, including appropriate choice of venue for meetings, etc., are put in place. In addition, due consideration should be given to the circumstances of the parties visiting.
        • - Host faculty/staff members are expected to ask visitors to follow a separate notification titled "Accepting Visitors and Required Health Monitoring." A record of visitors (stating the organization the visitor belongs to, contact details, time and place of visit, and name of host person at Tokyo Tech, no particular format is required) must be prepared and retained.
    • Entry for local residents to Tokyo Tech campuses must be avoided.
    Level IV
    Campus closure: Entry for visitors, including local residents, is prohibited.
  • 13. Institute management, operations at administrative departments and the Open Facility Center (OFC) , work arrangements, etc. (only for faculty and staff)

Entering campuses

In order to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus and protect the health and wellbeing of students, faculty, staff, and local residents, people are asked to refrain from entering any Tokyo Tech campuses in large numbers.
Visits to campuses by non-Tokyo Tech members for business-related reasons will be handled according to the following policy. The Institute asks for your continued understanding and cooperation regarding this matter.

Contact

COVID-19 Task Force, Tokyo Institute of Technology

Email keikaihonbu@jim.titech.ac.jp

Financial support for students

Classes continue to be conducted online to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Tokyo Tech’s enhanced counseling services remain available for students concerned about their academic progress in this unsettling environment. For students who are struggling to fund their tuition and living expenses, the Institute continues to provide financial support through various channels such as the Team Tokyo Tech Student Support Program, which includes emergency loans and other forms of support for those in need.

Sharing our knowledge

Tokyo Tech has launched the Social Rebooting Technology Initiative and the Research Project for Overcoming Coronavirus Disasters to contribute to overcoming the serious impact on society caused by COVID-19. A joint research Coronavirus Task Force, cofounded by researchers of Tokyo Tech and other institutions, has also been established in collaboration with six other Japanese universities and the National Center for Global Health and Medicine. While summarizing and sharing its research findings, published papers, and press releases, the Institute continues to make full use of its knowledge to help overcome COVID-19.

DLab connects during COVID-19

Most of Tokyo Tech’s approximately 1,000 researchers are still at home, but the Laboratory for Design of Social Innovation in Global Networks (DLab) has created an online interview series to keep the community connected. The researchers talk about how they are responding the COVID-19 situation and offer advice to students during this challenging time.

Use of the library

The Tokyo Institute of Technology Library continues its suspension of on-site services for non-campus members. Information regarding the opening of the library to the public will be announced on this page once it becomes available.
Non-campus members can order materials or copies from the Tokyo Institute of Technology Library via the libraries of their respective institutions or public libraries. For more details, please see the following.

Contact

Library Division, Research Promotion Department

Email tos.som@jim.titech.ac.jp

Events for wider community

It is likely that many events planned for the wider community will be postponed or cancelled. Please check the event calendar below for updates.

Regarding COVID-19 outbreaks in Tokyo Tech community

One more Tokyo Tech faculty/staff member has tested positive for COVID-19.
As of October 7, 2021, the total number of infections among Tokyo Tech students, faculty, and staff members stands at 185.

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We ask for your understanding and cooperation in respecting the rights and privacy of infected individuals and their families.
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Tokyo Tech's priority remains the health and safety of the people at the Institute and its surrounding areas.

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Contact

Public Relations Section, Office of Public Engagement

Email pr@jim.titech.ac.jp

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