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Japan to continue easing anti-COVID restrictions

08.10.2021 74 просмотров

The Japanese authorities are planning further easing of restrictions on social activity due to a decrease in cases of COVID-19 infection in the country. 

At a meeting of experts monitoring the epidemiological situation in Tokyo, the alarm level for health systems was lowered for the first time in about 10 months.

The Japanese government is now developing ways to increase the number of sports fans and tourists in the country. Authorities are also considering identifying individuals at low risk of spreading the coronavirus, including those who have received two doses of the vaccine or tested negative.

In addition, Tokyo Governor Koike Yuriko announced the continuation of an active campaign on vaccines and treatment with an antibody cocktail. 

“We will also take measures to limit the movement of people in the evening to prevent a new surge in infections, while supporting the return to normal daily life and economic activity ", - said the governor. 

The number of new cases of coronavirus in Japan continues to decrease after the lifting of the state of emergency. 143 people were infected in Tokyo on Thursday, down 75 from a week earlier, according to NHK.

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