Health and Safety

(last updated July 5, 2022)

The IROS 2022 organizing committee then decided to hold the IROS as a traditional in-person conference. Virtual attendance will also be an option for those who have travel restrictions by their organization or do not feel comfortable participating in large gatherings, with the recognition that the conference cannot be experienced fully while remote.

This page will be updated as COVID19 policies evolve.

2022 IROS Health and Safety Hub

The health and safety of our conference attendees is our top priority. The 2022 IROS Conference Organizing Committee remains vigilant in monitoring the COVID19 pandemic.

OC will follow the guidelines by the government and the venue ICC Kyoto in order to host the event safely. 

Request to participants from ICC Kyoto:

·       Take your temperature before leaving home

·       Wear masks and observe the coughing etiquette

·       Thoroughly disinfect and sterilize your hands, wash your hands, and gargle

·       Refrain from participating if you meet any conditions requiring admission restriction

·       Refrain from discarding masks in the venue

We would like to ask for your cooperation in preventing the spread of infection.

Border measures from June 1, 2022

Based on the New Border Measures(28), from June 1, entry restrictions and quarantine measures are determined according to the grouping of the countries.

Country or region of your stay before arrival Valid vaccination certificate Quarantine
Pre-departure test On-arrival test Isolation


No need to submit FOR
× ×


with × ×
without 3days at home *1

凡例 RED

with 3days at home *1
without 3days at facility *2

*1 Your isolation will be terminated if Covid-19 test is negative on the third day of isolation. You will be required quarantine for a total of 7 days if you do not take the test.

*2 Your isolation will be terminated if Covid-19 test is negative on the third day of isolation at the facility.

Important notes after entering Japan (excerpt from MHLW Health Card)

  • Please take the following countermeasures to prevent the spread of the infection.
    • Wear a face mask and take caution to protect others from getting infected.
    • Sanitize your hands thoroughly and wash your hands frequently.
    • Avoid the three Cs (closed spaces, crowded places, close-contact settings).

For details please refer to  Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare

Border Measures by the Government of Japan:  Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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