People’s Daily Online, Tokyo, October 26 (Li Muhang) Japan’s Gunma Prefecture Police announced on the 25th that a new male police officer in his 50s was diagnosed with the new crown virus in the Oizumi Police Station.
The number of infections in the police station has reached 10 people. It is reported that since mid-October, confirmed cases have appeared in the police station. At present, 74 of the 107 staff have adopted home isolation measures, accounting for 70% of the total number.
According to Japanese media reports, after a 50-year-old male police officer of the Oizumi Police Station was diagnosed on October 18, one additional person was diagnosed on the 21st and 23rd, and six additional people were diagnosed on the 24th.
According to the Gunma prefectural police, as of the 25th, two other police officers said they were unwell. At present, a total of 39 police headquarters and other police officers who have entered and exited the Daquan Police Station have taken home quarantine measures.
Currently, Oizumi Police Station officers who are isolated at home include the Director and Deputy Director of Oizumi Police Station. In addition to dispatching officers from the police headquarters to the Oizumi Police Station to provide support, the Gunma Prefecture Police has appointed the Acting Director of the Supervision Division.
In order to prevent the spread of the infection, the Oizumi Traffic Safety Association, which is adjacent to the Oizumi Police Station, also stopped the handling of window services such as driver license renewal and registration changes