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The Correspondence to the Outbreak of the COVID-19

July 29th, 2021
(Protocol Version 32)

Kumamoto University’s Correspondence to the Outbreak of the COVID-19
(Protocol Version 32)

 In order to control/prevent the virus transmission, all faculty members, professors, and students of Kumamoto University (hereafter KU) are requested to take measures.

 Also, since there is significant transmission by people not showing symptoms, these asymptomatic/pre-symptomatic corona-virus carriers are most likely contributing to the rapid spread of the corona virus. Therefore, changing your way of thinking must be done, and you should think that you are one of these asymptomatic/pre-symptomatic corona-virus carriers and consider what you should do or should not do in order to prevent from transmitting the virus you carry to the others around you. This should be considered as “the new normal.”
 

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