What You Should Do When You or Someone You Live With Is Suspected to Be COVID-19 Positive, Undergoes PCR or Antigen Testing, or Is Identified as a Close Contact（June 13, 2022）(Updated on November 1, 2022)
Published: June 13, 2022
To: All Students
From: Jun-ichi Imura, Executive Vice President for Education
Mitsuji Sampei, Director, Health Support Center
Toshihiko Fukuoka, Industrial Physician and School Doctor, Health Support Center
If you or someone you live with feels unwell and is suspected to be COVID-19 positive, or is identified as a Close Contact, please be sure to follow the instructions below.
●Check the manual below, referring to the sections that apply to you and the person you live with, and follow the relevant procedures such as staying away from campus and reporting your circumstances to relevant parties.
※Students affiliated with laboratories must promptly notify their academic supervisor of their circumstances as necessary.
Note that the updated responses are effective from November 1, 2022.
【Response Manual for Students with Suspected COVID-19】(Updated November 1, 2022）
In particular, those who test positive or are identified as a Close Contact with symptoms must fill out the report available from the link below and submit it to email@example.com.
【COVID-19 PCR/antigen test report form】 https://www.titech.ac.jp/english/student-support/file/covid19-eng-.xlsx
In particular, if you test positive using a PCR/antigen test, or you are deemed a Close Contact (with symptoms) or equivalent, you must submit a report to Tokyo Tech by accessing and completing the following T2 Form:
After submitting your report, you will receive a confirmation email from firstname.lastname@example.org. Please follow the instructions provided in the email regarding the period you are required to stay away from campus, etc.
(New procedures from November 1, 2022)
Key changes from the previous response are as follows. Be sure to check the above manual for full details.
Handling of authorized absences granted to students who miss face-to-face classes due to COVID-19 (Updated October 11, 2022）