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Attendance of faculties and staffs under the Activity Restriction Level 1 of the new coronavirus spread

Dear PRI members;

On October 20, 2021, the "Provisional Relaxation of Countermeasures against Novel Coronavirus Infections" was issued as follows.

1) If necessary, take advantage of the remote work option to avoid infection risks that are associated with commutes.
2) If necessary, meetings and classes can be held online or in a hybrid format with optional in-person attendance.
3) If using public transportation, try to avoid rush hours by coming to work early and going home early.
4) Work supervisors and faculty advisors should appropriately manage the work schedules of staff and students under their supervision, keeping in mind that the pandemic has not ended.
5) When eating out, follow the standards set by local (e.g., prefectural) governments.

However, according to the instruction from Kyoto University, it would be changed as follows. Implementation will begin on November 1.

1) Faculties and staff will return to commuting to work. If the risk of infection is high when commuting by public transportation, consider staggered work hours. Notify the General Affairs Office if there are exceptional reasons for requiring remote work, such as if there is a possibility that a family member has been infected with the new coronavirus, or if the person or a family member has an underlying disease with a particularly high risk of serious symptoms.
2) Meetings, classes, etc. should be mainly face-to-face, and online should be used when necessary.
3) When eating out, follow the standards set by local (e.g.,prefectural) governments.

Takakazu Yumoto