May 16, 2023 Keio University Infection Response Center for COVID-19
Approximately every four weeks since November 2022, Keio University released reports of the number of people affiliated with the university who tested positive for COVID-19 in order to ensure that faculty, staff, and students remained thoroughly aware and alerted to current infection trends.
Although this will be the final report on the COVID-19 outbreak due to the revisions in Keio's policies, we request that individuals continue to take measures to prevent infection.
[Cumulative total] Number of people reported to have tested positive from April 2022
Faculty and staff members 575 people Students 4225 people
The circumstances of these outbreaks can be viewed here.
*Figures do not include people belonging to the School of Medicine and Keio University Hospital or the affiliated schools. *We ask for your understanding and consideration to respect the human rights and personal information of anyone who has caught COVID-19 and the members of their family. *Keio University will continue to thoroughly implement measures to prevent the spread of infections on campus.