Vaccination is optional. There will be no limits on the use of campus facilities or participation in educational and research activities irrespective of whether or not you have been vaccinated.
■ Vaccination site Keio University Mita Campus South School Building 5F (2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo)
*Vaccination sites will be set up on other campuses depending on the situation.
■ Vaccination capacity Approx. 1,600 people daily
*The number of vaccinations per day will be subject to variation depending on the ongoing situation.
■ Vaccination period Monday to Saturday during the below period, excluding national holidays (vaccinations will also be administered over the summer break period for Mita Campus).
Period for first inoculation: June 21 (Mon.), 2021 – July 21 (Wed.), 2021July 17 (Sat.), 2021 Period for second inoculation: July 26 (Mon.), 2021July 19 (Mon.), 2021 – August 31 (Tues.), 2021 August 27 (Fri.), 2021
*The Vaccination site will close from July 22 (Thurs., national holiday) to July 24 (Sat.). *Available times to reserve a vaccination: 12:45–16:30 (15-minute slots) each day The estimated time required from checking in until receiving the vaccination, including waiting times, will be approximately 30 to 60 minutes. It may take some time from checking in until the vaccination is finished. Please be sure that you have plenty of time to spare before making an appointment.
■ Persons eligible to be vaccinated - Students (enrolled as of June 2021 or scheduled to enroll in September 2021) Undergraduate and graduate students Including non-degree students (non-degree student for credit/non-credit, etc.) International students (short-term international students, Japanese Language Program students) Correspondence Course students
- Faculty and staff members (employed as of June 2021, those in charge of Fall Semester classes) Including tenured faculty members, full-time regular staff members, non-tenured faculty and staff members, part-time lecturers, educational assistants, temporary staff, contractors, etc.
- Other Persons working at Keio University and related parties Family members living together with faculty and staff members on Keio University's payroll, excluding part-time lecturers
■ Precautions for when applying for vaccinations [Requirements]
- Must be 18 years of age or older at the time of vaccination - Must not have previously received a COVID-19 vaccine If you have already received the first inoculation through a local authority, etc., you cannot apply for the Keio University workplace vaccination.
[Do not make duplicate appointments]
We are not linked with the reservation system for vaccinations administered by local authorities or the Japanese government. If you have already made an appointment to be vaccinated through a local authority or the Japanese government and were also able to make an appointment for the Keio University workplace vaccination, please be sure to cancel the one you do not intend to keep. Vaccines may otherwise go to waste.
■ Vaccination coupon
If you have received a "vaccination coupon (vaccination coupon for COVID-19 from your local authority)" from your local authority, please bring this with you; however, if you have not received a "vaccination coupon" from your local authority by the day of your first or second inoculation, please submit it at a later date.
■ How to make a reservation There are two ways to apply.
- Reservation application method A
Students enrolled at Keio University and faculty and staff members (persons who have a keio.jp account) should make a reservation via the Keio University COVID-19 Vaccination Reservation System. Reservations are due to be taken from 6 a.m. on Wednesday, June 16 onward. Please check the University Vaccination Portal Site (keio.jp authentication required) for details on making a reservation.
- Reservation application method B It is planned for the departments in charge at Keio University to separately contact the representatives of people for whom method A above does not apply.