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Japan's COVID-19 epidemic slows down, emergency are expected to be lifted as scheduled

Japan's COVID-19 epidemic slows down, emergency are expected to be lifted as scheduled
Japan's COVID-19 epidemic slows down, emergency are expected to be lifted as scheduled

        The Japanese government believes that if the epidemic situation continues to improve according to the status quo, most areas should be able to lift the emergency situation as scheduled.
        In response to the COVID-19 epidemic in Japan, Japan's declaration of emergency in 19 places including Tokyo and Osaka is expected to expire on September 30. The Japanese government believes that if the epidemic continues to improve as the status quo, most areas should be able to lift the emergency as scheduled. A judgment will be made on the 28th.
        Yesterday, the number of newly diagnosed COVID-19 in Tokyo fell back to less than 300 after a lapse of three months, and the number of newly diagnosed cases in almost all regions of the country continued to decrease, and the number of severe cases and the number of convalescent patients also declined.
        Regarding the emergency declaration, which is expected to be implemented until the 30th of this month, the Japanese government believes that if the epidemic situation continues to improve, the burden on the medical system will be reduced, and most areas should be able to lift the emergency as scheduled; however, in order to avoid further expansion of the epidemic, it must be that the number of confirmed cases should be kept under control as much as possible, so it is also necessary to continue to implement thorough epidemic prevention measures.

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