Mie Prefecture's original "Emergency Warning Declaration" Extend until the end of this month August 14 19:01
Governor Suzuki of Mie Prefecture announced that the prefecture's own "Emergency Warning Declaration" issued on the 3rd of this month will be extended until the end of this month. Although the number of new infections has decreased to a certain extent, the situation remains unpredictable.
From 3rd to 16th of this month, Mie Prefecture has issued its own "Emergency Warning Declaration" requesting residents to refrain from unnecessarily rushing traffic to and from areas outside the prefecture that have restaurants with insufficient infection control. I will.
Under such circumstances, Governor Suzuki announced on the 14th that the number of new infections has decreased to a certain extent, but that the situation of unpredictable conditions has continued, and that the “Emergency Warning Declaration” will be extended until the end of this month.
Governor Suzuki said, "We have to watch until the end of August to determine the infection status of Obon. In addition, I would like you to continue to take infection prevention measures without being alert when school and working people are off. It was until the end of August."
In Mie prefecture, 7 new infections were confirmed on the 14th, and the total number of infected people in the prefecture reached 275.