Ministry of Agriculture Visiting restaurants nationwide to prevent corona infections Call for thorough measures July 31 13:51
Since many people are infected with the new coronavirus by eating and drinking at restaurants, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries will visit restaurants nationwide and directly call for measures to prevent the spread of infection.
At the meeting after the Cabinet meeting on the 31st, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Eto pointed out that infection control measures are inadequate in some parts of the food service industry.
For this reason, the staff of the Regional Agricultural Administration Bureau directly visited restaurants to explain the guidelines to prevent the spread of infection and started to call for thorough countermeasures nationwide.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries plans to visit about 5,000 stores nationwide in about two weeks.
In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries indicated that the "Go To Eat" campaign, which is a measure to stimulate demand in the food service sector, will issue a meal ticket that adds 25% to the purchase price as early as next month. It was
However, Mr. Eto said in a press conference, "The situation is fluid due to the spread of infection in rural areas," suggesting that the start of the campaign may be delayed.