Keio University Infection Response Center for COVID-19
The State of Emergency declared by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government on April 25 was lifted on June 20, with a transition to priority measures such as those to prevent the further spread of infections.
Below are details of Keio University's response in consideration of the need to prioritize protecting the health and safety of its students, faculty and staff members, and related parties, as well as to ensure it can continue its educational, research, and healthcare activities hereafter, in light of the situation regarding COVID-19 infections.
2. In the Spring Semester of the 2021 academic year, some classes are being held face-to-face with sufficient measures in place to prevent infections. Details of responses by respective faculties and graduate schools will be given on keio.jp and the Keio student website. Please ensure that you confirm these.
3. Please comply with instructions from the offices of the Keio University Athletic Association and Student Affairs Center regarding extracurricular activities by student groups.