Times Obserwer

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times obserwer 2021-06-22 03:31:31

Regarding the state of emergency on the 20th of this month, the state of Okinawa has requested the government to extend the deadline by two weeks as the medical care system is still in place. The number of newly infected people in Okinawa prefecture is declining, while the worst in Japan is still in its infancy.

As the June 20 state of emergency draws to a close, the province of Okinawa has asked the government to extend the 14th afternoon medical care provision by two weeks until July 4, as the system is still in place.

On the other hand, with regard to the request to close primary and junior high schools and prefectural high schools in the province from June 7, regardless of whether the emergency period is extended or not, it is originally planned to have 20 safe learning opportunities. We are adjusting to release it in a day.

Club activities will continue to seek suspension in principle.

Based on the government’s policy, Okinawa prefecture will hold a countermeasures headquarters meeting on the 1st, and from the 21st of next week it will decide on the new conceivable policy required for citizens of the province and business.

Okinawa Governor Tamaki “Concerned About Delta Share Transfer”

At a press conference, Okinawa Governor Tamaki said, “We are also concerned about the relocation of the confirmed mutant virus to the Delta strain in India, and if we see a new threat before reforming the existing medical care system, medical care will collapse.” The added risk is expected to increase more than ever. The current area where there is such a risk in the daily lives of the citizens of the prefecture, the increased risk at risk, and the situation cannot be ignored, and emergency measures will continue for the next two weeks. We have decided that we need to take back a safe and secure life. “

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