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Japan’s Mie Prefecture extends the “Emergency Declaration” to March 7

Japan's Mie Prefecture extends the "Emergency Declaration" to March 7

Photo: On January 7th, local time, in Tokyo, Japan, a passerby passed an empty outdoor restaurant.

February 5 According to the “Central News Agency”, the Japanese central government recently extended the implementation of the “Emergency Declaration” in 10 places until March 7, and Mie Prefecture was not included in this category.

On February 5th local time, Mie Prefecture decided to follow up with the central government and extended the implementation of the “Emergency Declaration” until March 7.\

It is reported that on February 5, Mie Prefecture held a meeting of the headquarters of the Coronavirus Response Department and decided to extend the regional “Emergency Declaration” originally scheduled for February 7 to be extended to March 7.

If the epidemic situation improves, Mie Prefecture will also lift the “Emergency Declaration” early.

On the evening of February 2, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiro Kan held a meeting of the headquarters of the coronavirus response at the Prime Minister’s residence and announced that the COVID-19 emergency in 10 places would be extended by one month until March 7.

The areas where the state of emergency has been extended include Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Aichi, Gifu, Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo and Fukuoka 10 prefectures.

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