Declaration of Emergency Cabinet talks "Rotation" to prevent infection April 10 11:27

Following the Declaration of Emergency under the Special Measures Against Coronavirus Control Law, the government will hold a regular Cabinet meeting on October 10 as part of infection control measures, rather than in a regular form where cabinet ministers come together, Was.

In response to the government's Declaration of Emergency, as part of its infection control measures, Cabinet members will be held on a rotating basis from the 10th instead of the usual form of ministerial gathering.

Prime Minister Abe signed a Cabinet letter on the morning of October 10 in his office. The other ministers received an explanation of the contents of the Cabinet in advance and understood and completed the procedure. The signing will be done at a later time for multiple cabinet meetings.

The government has decided to continue a round-the-clock cabinet meeting while the Emergency Declaration is being issued.