Information on COVID-19
As of now followings are the latest information available. You may return to this page for all updates.
Please make sure to report Sophia University Health Center if diagnosed of suspicion or infection of the virus.
∗ The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Check for infection, close contacts, symptoms, etc.
－Campus operations and infection prevention measures－
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Health management and behavior / Classes / Research activities / Use of campus facilities / Extracurricular activities / Contact information (weekdays only) / What to do if you are infected or suspected to have the new coronavirus / Measures taken by University when epidemic spreads or infection is confirmed / Instructions regarding COVID-19 vaccination side effects
- March 24, 2022
2022 Spring Semester Application for Taking Face-to-face Classes Online
- March 10, 2022
3rd COVID-19 Workplace Vaccination (Updated on March 10)
- February 10, 2022
【※Application Closed】（For Current Students and Parents/Guarantors）Japanese Government Emergency Subsidy Program "Student Emergency Aid for Continuance of Studies” Second Round
- February 8, 2022
Class Policy for Academic Year 2022
- February 3, 2022
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) Check for infection, close contacts, symptoms, etc. (Updated on February 3)
※りゅうがくせいのみなさんへ For International Students（やさしいにほんごのぶんしょうでおしらせしています）(59.61 KB) (Updated on September 13, 2021)
- Japan National Tourism Organization (JNTO) operates a visitor hotline 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Feel free to call for assistance in case of accidents or emergencies including new Coronavirus. Support is available in English, Chinese, and Korean. Japan visitor Hotline: +81-(0)50-3816-2787 Japan visitor Hotline flyer
- Novel Coronavirus 2019 (World Health Organization)
- Novel coronavirus pneumonia (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs