A lot of debt, the continuation of the Cool Japan project will be reconsidered

A lot of debt, the continuation of the Cool Japan project will be reconsidered
A lot of debt, the continuation of the Cool Japan project will be reconsidered

GwiGwi.com – NHK reported on Tuesday that the Japanese government will not extend the state of emergency in the country and will officially end the state of emergency in 19 prefectures on September 30. The government will also end quasi-emergency measures in eight prefectures.

However, some restrictions will remain in place and the government plans to ease the restrictions gradually. For a month after the emergency, events can be held with limited capacity. In addition, although restaurants will now be allowed to serve alcohol, the prefectural governor may restrict eating due to the local infection situation. Tokyo, for example, will allow some restaurants to serve alcohol, but restaurants will close at 9 p.m. and can only accept up to four people in a group.

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Health Minister Tamura Norihisa stated on Monday that the Japanese government is now considering easing restrictions, given the decline in the number of new infections. Tokyo had 154 new cases on Monday, the first time in about six months that the daily number has fallen below 200. Japan reported 1,147 new infections on Monday.

Earlier this month, the government extended the current state of emergency for 19 prefectures from September 12 to 30 due to the continuing effects of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The 19 prefectures under the extended state of emergency are Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Osaka, Okinawa, Kyoto, Hyogo, Fukuoka, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Gunma, Shizuoka, Hokkaido, Gifu, Aichi, Mie, Shiga and Hiroshima. The other six prefectures have extended their current pseudo state of emergency until September 30, while the other six prefectures (Toyama, Yamanashi, Ehime, Kochi, Saga, and Nagasaki) fully lifted restrictions as scheduled on September 12.

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The current state of emergency in Tokyo began on July 12, but Okinawa has been in a state of emergency for about four months. October 1 will be the first time since April 4 that no Japanese prefecture is in a state of emergency or near-emergency.

Source: ANN