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Responses to the new corona virus infection and suspected symptoms
  • 城西国際大学

1.What to do when symptoms appears that you may be suspected of infection

If you experience symptoms that may cause an infection, such as fever, cough, or malaise, please rest at home instead of going to school or work. Please follow the self-health observation form.
※Excerpt from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MLHW )home page.

When you have a fever or cough

If you have cold symptoms such as fever, please do not go to school (commute to work) but take care of yourself at home, and refrain from going out or participating in events. Taking a rest is also for your own benefit, and is an important action that leads to the prevention of the spread of infection. At present, there are overwhelmingly cases of cold symptoms such as fever due to diseases other than the new coronavirus infection. If you are worried about a cold or flu, please consult your doctor as usual.

If you are concerned about infection with the new coronavirus, please contact the "Returnees and Contact Consultation Center" located at the nearest public health center. In particular, if you meet the following conditions listed below that have been published in the "guidelines for consultation and consultation", please consult with the Center.

・If the symptoms of a cold or a fever of 37.5 degrees or more lasts for more than 4 days (including when you have to continue to take antipyretics).
・If you have strong (fatigue) or stifling (dyspnea), including the elderly, basic diseases (diabetes, heart failure, respiratory diseases (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, etc.) or dialysis, those who are using immunosuppressive drugs or anticancer drugs.
・If symptoms of a cold or fever of 37.5 degrees or more persist for about 2 days, or
・If there is a strong (fatigue) or stifling (breathing difficulty)

In addition to wearing a mask, please make every effort to avoid infection with others by thoroughly washing your hands and following cough etiquettes when visiting a medical institution.

2.What to do when you are diagnosed with the new coronavirus infection

If you are diagnosed with the new coronavirus infection, you will be suspended from school or work until you are fully cured. In addition, if the diagnosis does not lead to a confirmation of infection but instructed for a follow-up observation, please do not come to school or work in the same way.
Please concentrate on treatment according to the instructions of the public health center and medical institutions. Until fully cured, please refrain (stop) from coming to school or work unless you have been permitted by the doctor.
Please call the University Medical Office as soon as possible. In addition, please report the behavior and actions taken within two weeks of the onset and the movement line on campus (commuting to school, work, moving routes, rest, toilets, etc.: including places to be disinfected, etc.).

3.What to do when you are identified as a person with strong and close contact with an infected person

When you are identified as a person with a strong and close contact with an infected person*1, you will be prohibited from coming to school or work for two weeks from the date of the last close contact with the infected person.
Please concentrate on treatment according to the instructions of the public health center and medical institution.
It will be stopped until it is confirmed that the infection is not confirmed.
Please call the University Medical Office. [Download form for Close contact person)]
If you have symptoms as explained above, please follow the “Manual for symptoms that make you suspect infection” as in downloadable.



Please try avoid going out unnecessarily and urgently.

*1: The term "close contact person" is a person who has been in close contact with a patient (confirmed example) after the date that patient has developed the illness and one who falls under the following range: "a person who has lived with the patient (confirmed example) or has long and close contact (including in-vehicle or aircraft, etc.)" and "a person who has had contact with the patient for a long time" A person who has been in contact without necessary infection prevention measures at a distance (2 meters as a guide) that can be touched by hand or can talk face-to-face (comprehensively determines the patient's infectivity based on the patient's symptoms and mask usage).

Source:https://www.mhlw.go.jp/stf/seisakunitsuite/bunya/kenkou_iryou/dengue_fever_qa_00001.html#Q28