Positive Case of COVID-19 (June 2021) updated: June 29

In June 2021, Saitama University confirmed six cases of COVID-19. Please confirm the below, but kindly understand that we will not disclose any personal information.

  

[71st case of COVID 19]10s, Student

1. Symptoms    
   June 26: Identified as a “close contact” by the health center, had a PCR test, 
   June 27: Tested positive

2.Due to the Saitama City Public Health Center, no one is identified to have come into close contact.

 

[70th case of COVID 19]Faculty/Staff

1. Symptoms    
   June 18: Identified as a “close contact” by the health center, had a PCR test, 
   June 20: Tested positive

2.Due to the Saitama City Public Health Center, no one is identified to have come into close contact.

 

[69th case of COVID 19]20s, Student

1. Symptoms    
   June 15: Had a sore throat 
   June 17: Had a fever, had a PCR test
   June 18: Tested positive

2.Due to the Saitama City Public Health Center, no one is identified to have come into close contact.

 

[68th case of COVID 19]20s, Student

1. Symptoms    
   May  18: Had a fever 
   May  26: Had a PCR test
   May  27: Tested positive

2.Due to the Saitama City Public Health Center, no one is identified to have come into close contact.

 

[67th case of COVID 19]20s, Student

1. Symptoms    
   June   1: Had a fever 
   June   4: Had a PCR test
   June   5: Tested positive

2. In line with Saitama City Public Health Center, we are doing contact tracing.

 

[66th case of COVID 19]20s, Student

1. Symptoms    
   June   3: Had a fever 
   June   4: Had a PCR test
   June   5: Tested positive

2. In line with Saitama City Public Health Center, we are doing contact tracing.

  

We have confirmed seventy-one positive cases of COVID-19 including this case. We continue to devote our efforts to prevent the spread of the virus and will continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our students and the community.

We appreciate your kind understanding.

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1. Avoid going out into public places if you have a fever or symptoms of COVID-19.
2. Avoid visiting nightlife district and places that do not promote proper prevention measures.
3. Download and use COVID-19 warning applications released by the Japanese government and Saitama Prefecture.
4. Avoid the 3Cs (Closed spaces, Crowded place and Close-contact settings)
5. Avoid large social gatherings.
6. Refrain from making loud noises at restaurants.