[Guidelines for measures against new corona infections]

Thank you for your cooperation in infection prevention measures.

Following the explosive spread of the Omicron strain, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has once again applied priority measures such as prevention of spread. Shimbashi Stamp Shokai will continue to operate after taking sufficient infection control measures. ​ Based on the latest information released by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the following guidelines have been revised. Please read it.

​ ・ About store sales and events

At the request of the government or local governments in the future, we may take measures such as temporary closure, cancellation of events, and schedule changes. Please check the website for the latest information.

[Please continue to cooperate with the following basic infection control measures]

・ Temperature measurement at the time of visit (If the temperature is 37.5 degrees or higher, we will refuse your visit)

・ Wearing a mask and thoroughly disinfecting alcohol

・ Refusal of long stay

・ Avoid crowding (please keep sufficient space between customers)

[Please refrain from visiting the store in the following cases]

① If the person has symptoms of fever, fatigue, cough, etc.

② If the above symptoms are seen in the family living together

​ ③ When the workplace you are attending is closed due to the coronavirus

・ What to do if you are infected with the new coronavirus or have a close contact

If an infected person or a close contact person appears in the company, the Shinbashi main store and Sapporo branch will be closed on the same day. If the hospital or health center finds that the patient has completely healed without any symptoms such as fever or cough after 10 days or more from the day when the symptoms appear or the day of sample inoculation, the business will be resumed after confirming the safety.

* Contact information during temporary closure 090-3238-8116 (representative contact information)

Regarding online shopping, we will respond sequentially as soon as business resumes.

* A close contact is defined as "when there is contact with an infected person for 15 minutes or more at a distance (about 1 m) that can be reached by touching the infected person without taking necessary infection prevention measures or reaching out to each other face-to-face ". Applicable. (From the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare website) ​