COVID-19 Information for Foreign Residents (English)
This is an overview of information related to COVID-19 in English for foreign residents of Nonoichi.
(Information updated on July 12, 2021.)
新型コロナウイルス感染症についてのお知らせ - Official information about COVID-19 from Nonoichi City
コロナウイルスに ついての 情報 （やさしい日本語） - Information about COVID-19 from Nonoichi City in easy Japanese
COVID-19 vaccinations in Nonoichi
How to get vaccinated:
1. A vaccine ticket will be delivered to you from the city government.
2. 【Collective Vaccination】
・Reserve a time and location for your vaccination at the Reservation Site (Online) or through the Reservation Call Center (Telephone). Unfortunately, both reservation methods are only available in Japanese.
【Medical Institution Vaccination】
Contact your medical institution of choice directly and make a reservation.
3. Get vaccinated at your reserved time and location.
You will need: your vaccine ticket (接種券), medical questionnaire (予診票) and proof of identity.
You will be injected near the shoulder, so please try to come in clothes which let you expose your shoulder easily.
※To avoid overcrowding, vaccinations are only available by reservation. You won’t be able to get a vaccine if you don’t have a reservation.
※You can reserve your second vaccine immediately after receiving your first vaccine, at the same location.
Vaccine ticket posting schedule
|Age group||Date vaccine ticket posted||Reservations open|
|Collective vaccination||Medical institution vaccination||Ishikawa Resident Vaccination Center|
|16 ～ 64 years old with an underlying health condition or working at an elderly care facility||June 22 (Tue)||〇||×|
60 ～ 64 years old
(Born between 1957/4/2 and 1962/4/1)
|June 28 (Mon)||×|
50 ～ 59 years old
(Born between 1962/4/2 and 1972/4/1)
|July 2 (Fri)||×|
31 ～ 49 years old
(Born between 1972/4/2 and 1991/4/1)
|July 12 (Mon)|
(Reservations planned to open starting late August)
23 ～ 30 years old
(Born between 1991/4/2 and 1999/4/1)
|July 7 (Wed)||〇|
19 ～ 22 years old
(Born between 1999/4/2 and 2003/4/1)
|June 21 (Mon)||〇|
16 ～ 18 years old
(Born between 2003/4/2 and 2006/4/1)
(Reservation opening date undecided)
12 ～ 15 years old
(Born between 2006/4/2 and 2010/4/1)
|People getting vaccinated at their workplace / SDF large-scale vaccination||June 22 (Tue)|
Please get vaccinated at your workplace / large-scale vaccination center
〇 = Reservations open × = Reservations closed
Please check the webpage below for further information about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Nonoichi City Coronavirus Vaccine Site (Japanese)
Nonoichi City Coronavirus Vaccine Site (English, machine translation)
※The page above has been translated using a machine translation service, which means that some parts may be inaccurate or hard to understand. We apologize for any misunderstandings caused by inaccurate translations.
Visa-related support for foreign residents who have lost their job or training contract, etc.
The Immigration Services Agency of Japan (ISA) website (link below) has information in different languages about visa-support for people who have lost their job or training contract, etc. in Japan due to COVID-19.
For example, you may be able to change your visa status to "Designated Activities" and extend your period of stay if you've lost your job due to COVID-19.
Support for people struggling to pay their rent due to COVID-19
People who are unable to work and finding it difficult to pay their rent can have their rent paid by the local government in some situations.
For more information, check the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) website (link below). Different languages can be selected at the bottom of the page.
Tax and fee support for people having financial difficulties
People who are finding it hard to pay taxes and other fees due to financial difficulties caused by COVID-19 can consult city hall for support.
Check the link below for more information.
Information about COVID-19 on Facebook
We're also posting information about COVID-19 on the Nonoichi International Friendship Association (NIFA) Facebook page. Feel free to 'like' our page to get the latest updates.
Links and other resources
◆ Recent information about infection cases in Ishikawa Prefecture (in Japanese only)
Up-to-date information about recent infection cases in Ishikawa Prefecture provided by the prefectural government.
Up-to-date information about the COVID-19 situation provided by the Ministry for Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW).
Different resources containing information about COVID-19 provided by the Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR).
You can phone this consultation service for advice and support if you have any concerns about COVID-19. (Support available in multiple languages.）
Japanese news written in different languages.
Japanese news written in easy Japanese more understandable for non-native speakers.
An information flyer about the 'three Cs' you need to avoid in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.