COVID-19 infection control measures

The 44th Annual meeting of the Japanese Neuroscience Society / The 1st CJK International Meeting (Neuroscience2021) places utmost importance on the safety and security of all who are involved: participants, organizers, and staff, and takes the following measures.
We would like to ask for your understanding and cooperation.

Neuroscience2021 Basic guidelines on COVID-19 infection control

We will follow measures set by Kobe International Conference Center / Kobe International Exhibition Hall based on policies of the Kobe municipal government to prevent spread of COVID-19.
Please note that the content will be changed depending on the future situation of COVID-19 infection.

As of July 12, 2021

Request to visitors

Please refrain from coming to the meeting venue if you don’t feel well.
Any person having a fever, cough, pain in the throat, feeling of malaise or breathing problem on the day of the meeting is not allowed in the meeting venue. In case you are sick in the meeting venue, call Kobe city “Novel Coronavirus Health Advance Hotline” and seek their direction.
Novel Coronavirus Health Advice Hotline (24/7)

“Health Monitoring Form”
Print and fill out “Health Monitoring Form” every day you attend the meeting. Please submit it to meeting staff at the registration desk when you arrive at the venue. Meeting staff will put a confirmation sticker on your meeting badge after receiving and checking the form you submitted.
If anyone who participates or engages in Neuroscience2021 is found to have been infected with COVID-19, central or local government may ask us to provide information of participants as well as others who organize or engage in the meeting. Please kindly understand that we will respond to central or local government’s request and provide necessary personal information with careful attention to its handling.

Health Monitoring Form

Practice Social Distancing
Avoid closed spaces, crowded spaces and closed-contact setting and practice social distancing. Wear a mask at all times in the venue. Avoid talking when you eat or drink.

Neuroscience2021 Infection Control

Please help us to protect you and all the others who participate and engage in Neuroscience2021.

Wear a mask at all the times on the meeting site.
We may ask you to leave if you are not wearing a mask.
Use hand sanitizers placed near entrances of buildings or rooms often.
Please use them every time you enter or exit.
Maintain social distancing and leave a space between you and others when you sit in lecture rooms.
Open for Ventilation
*Leaving air-conditionings on and doors open.

Install the contact-confirming applications to protect you and others.