On May 14th, the government announced lifting of the "State of emergency" issued as a
countermeasure against the transmission of the new coronavirus (COVID-19) pneumonia in 39
prefectures, including Nagano Prefecture, where the school is located.
In response to this, the school has decided to resume classes in a phased as follows.We
take specific precautions against infection when teaching in schools to create a safe learning
environment. Should there be another increase in infections in the county or city, the class
format will be changed according to the situation, with the safety and health of the student as a
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Infection control at school
・Disinfectants will be placed at school entrances, corridors on each floor, and classrooms
to thoroughly disinfect hands and fingers.
・We will continue to conduct health management and guidance to both students and staff
including checking the temperature every day.
・We ventilate the classroom very often.
・ Apart from the desk in the classroom. also, students do not practice face-to-face.
・We disinfect doorknobs, elevator buttons, and other parts that many people come and touch
with multiple times a day.
・We have a partition in the office reception and consultation booth to prevent the infection.
A request to students
・Please continue to check your physical condition every morning.
・If you have a fever or are not feeling well, please do not come to school and contact us.
・Please be sure to wear a face mask at school. Wear it while on the way to and from school.
・Please disinfect your hands frequently, not only before entering school, but also after using
the bathroom and during the break time.
・Pay attention to the distance and the direction of your face when you talk to your friends and
・The student lounge is not available. Please refrain from gathering and talking, not just in the
・No meals are allowed in the school. Do not bring food. Drinks are allowed in the classroom.
・Please do not move across prefectures.
・The most important thing is to prevent infection so that each person does not become infected.
Keep your focus up to the end !
MANABI JAPANESE LANGUAGE INSTITUTE
Principal Hatada Takashi