GCN Circular 13001
D. Grupe and M. Siegel (PSU) report on behalf of the Swift team: Swift re-observed the field of the IPN burst GRB 111222A (Hurley et al., GCN circ. 12714) on 2012-02-06/07 for 5.1 ks. We do not detect the X-ray source reported by Grupe (GCN circ. 12716) in a 2.5 ks observation 27 hours after the burst. The 3-sigma upper limit at the position of the afterglow is 1.4e-3 counts/s in the Swift XRT. This observation confirms our findings from a 5 ks Swift observation obtained on 2011-12-31 (Grupe & Siegel, GCN circ. 12805) that the source has faded. We therefore conclude that the X-ray source reported by Grupe (GCN circ. 12716) is the afterglow of GRB 111222A. UVOT observations show that the source reported in Grupe & Siegel (GCN circ. 12805) has remained at constant white magnitude of 19.88 since fading by 0.48 magnitudes between the first and second Swift/UVOT observations. Multi-color photometry confirms that the source is very red (B-V=1.26), with only upper limits in UV passbands). Its relation to the burst is still unknown. The results of the XRT-team automatic analysis are available at http://www.swift.ac.uk/xrt_products/00020194. This circular is an official product of the Swift team.