Governor Koike of Tokyo said at the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly on the 30th that he should be vigilant about the new mutant virus "Omicron strain." We will do our utmost to achieve early convergence. "

The Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly started its regular meeting on the 30th.

Governor Koike said in a statement of belief that he "requested the government to take prompt border measures, which requires sufficient caution," regarding the new mutant virus "Omicron strain" of the new corona.

He added, "When we catch signs of re-expansion of infection, we will take the initiative and take all possible measures to achieve early convergence. We will secure a medical care provision system that will not be shaken during the year-end and New Year holidays and re-expansion." rice field.

At this regular meeting, a supplementary budget bill totaling 104.7 billion yen was submitted for measures to prevent the re-spread of infection and efforts to balance economic and social activities.

▽ If there is a tendency to spread the infection, 48.7 billion yen will be charged for free testing for those who are worried,

and 11.7 billion yen will be charged for the third vaccination at a large-scale venue in Tokyo. Was included.

In addition,

3.3 billion yen has been allocated to the project to subsidize 5,000 yen per night for the citizens of Tokyo to travel to Tokyo in line with the resumption of "Go To Travel" in the country.

The regular meeting of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly will be voted on December 15, the final day of the meeting.