Following the government's decision to add Aichi Prefecture to the area subject to the state of emergency from the 12th, Governor Omura of Aichi Prefecture will provide alcohol and karaoke facilities during the declaration period until May 31st. We have announced that we will request the store to be closed and that restaurants that do not serve alcohol will be open until 8:00 pm.
Governor Omura of Aichi Prefecture held a press conference on the night of the 7th, and announced the measures to be taken in the prefecture during the period of the state of emergency from the 12th to the 31st of this month.
According to this,
▽ the citizens of the prefecture are requested to refrain from going out, including during the daytime, except when necessary for their daily lives,
▽ they are requested to
refrain from unnecessary and unurgent movement across prefectures as much as possible.
▽ restaurants that provide alcohol and karaoke facilities will be requested to be closed, and
▽ restaurants that do not provide alcohol will be requested to open until 8:00 pm.
we request that the event be restricted to 5,000 people or half the capacity, and end by 9:00 pm.
On the other hand,
▽ large-scale customer attraction facilities with a total floor area of more than 1000 square meters, such as movie theaters, department stores, and museums, are requested to shorten their business hours to 8:00 pm.
▽ Telework will be encouraged to target 70% of employees, and the implementation status will be announced to promote efforts.
Governor Omura "I want to control the spread of infection in the first 10 days"
Governor Omura of Aichi Prefecture said at a press conference on the night of the 7th, "The infection of mutant strains is spreading, and today's infection confirmation is the highest ever. First of all, the first half of the state of emergency declaration period I want to curb the spread of infection in 10 days. I would like to ask the citizens of the prefecture to understand the current very difficult situation and to thoroughly implement infection prevention measures. "