Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly opens Submission of supplementary budget of 313.2 billion yen including measures for new corona measures July 17, 17:20
The extraordinary meeting of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly opened on the 17th, and a supplementary budget proposal was submitted that included the cost of measures for new coronavirus measures such as strengthening the medical care provision system.
At the extraordinary meeting of the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly that opened on the 17th, Governor Koike submitted a supplementary budget of 313.2 billion yen including the costs of new coronavirus measures such as preventing the spread of infection and strengthening the medical care provision system.
In this supplementary budget plan,
▽5 billion yen will be subsidized for 50,000 yen when the ward or city requests a restaurant with business entertainment for a holiday and pays "cooperation fee",
▽Infected by the new coronavirus 20 billion yen hospitalized patients in financial support to medical institutions that accepted,
▽ country have been included and 44 billion yen in capital own plus for rent support to do business.
Governor Koike said, "The number of new positives is expected to expand further, given that the number of tests has been greatly increased. We will take appropriate multi-faceted measures in response to the spread of infection." I said.
Voting for the supplementary budget will take place on the 27th of this month.
On the other hand, on the 17th, the regulations to change the number of Ota Ward constituencies from 8 to 7 and the Nerima Ward constituency from 6 to 7 in order to correct the disparity of one vote in the metropolitan assembly election The amendment bill was voted on, and it was approved and passed with a majority of approvals.