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Chief Cabinet Secretary "At this moment, we will promote important aspects such as teleworking"

2020-02-25T02:47:15.791Z

At a press conference after the Cabinet meeting, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan said, "This is an important phase in preventing large-scale infections.



Secretary-General Kan: “At this moment, we are promoting important aspects such as teleworking” February 25, 11:22

At a press conference after the Cabinet meeting, Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan said, "This is an important phase in preventing large-scale infections. This is extremely important in controlling future epidemics, and in the future, in the event of a significant increase in the number of patients in Japan, it is urgently necessary to establish a healthcare delivery system with a focus on preventing illness. " .

Then, regarding the basic policy of the measures decided by the government on the 25th, "The national government, local governments, healthcare professionals, businesses and the public need to work together as a unit to further promote the measures. In anticipation of the progress of the situation, we decided to summarize the measures that should be taken regarding information provision to the public and businesses, measures to prevent the spread of infection, medical care provision systems, etc. "

As part of measures to prevent the spread of infection, Secretary-General Kan said that the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry had He called on each company to actively introduce the system through organizations and other organizations, and revealed that he had instructed each ministry and agency on 25th to establish the necessary system so that as many staff as possible could implement the program.

Source: nhk

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