In response to the state of emergency, Governor Yuzaki of Hiroshima Prefecture requested the restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages throughout the prefecture to take a leave of absence at the extraordinary prefectural assembly on the 15th. We have announced a policy to request shortening of business hours.
Among them, Governor Yuzaki of Hiroshima Prefecture requested the restaurants that provide alcoholic beverages throughout the prefecture to take a leave of absence in principle in response to the declaration of emergency from the 16th, and if he does not take a leave of absence, he will give alcoholic beverages. It has announced that it will not provide it and will request that business hours be from 5 am to 8 pm.
In addition, for other restaurants, the business hours will be shortened in the same way as restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages, and the business hours will be shortened for large-scale facilities such as department stores where the floor area of the building exceeds 1000 square meters. It also announced a policy of requesting closure on Saturdays and Sundays for some large-scale facilities with an area of more than 10,000 square meters.
After that, on the 15th, a meeting of the prefecture's countermeasures headquarters was held to show the idea of deciding such a policy.
Governor Yuzaki said, "Although the citizens of the prefecture will continue to live inconveniently, the prefecture will take every possible measure to protect the lives and lives of their families and loved ones and to regain their daily lives as soon as possible. I will do my best. "