Europe New Corona Infection Re-Expansion Regulations Introduced Expanded October 13 4:34
In Europe, infection with the new coronavirus is spreading rapidly again.
In France, the United Kingdom and Spain, the number of newly confirmed infections continues to exceed 10,000, surpassing this spring level, and there is a growing movement to introduce new regulations.
France had nearly 27,000 newly confirmed infections on October 10, and Castex said in a local media interview on October 12 that France and Europe were in the "second wave." , Called on the citizens to take thorough infection prevention measures.
He also suggested that if the situation worsens, it may be possible to reintroduce restrictions on going out in a limited area.
In the United Kingdom, where the number of people infected per day exceeded 10,000 from the beginning of October, Prime Minister Johnson announced on the 12th that he would introduce measures according to the situation of infection in the region, such as Liverpool, where the infection is the most serious. In the surrounding area, pubs and bars have been virtually banned.
Prime Minister Johnson said he was negative about introducing these harsh measures nationwide, saying they would have a major impact on the economy, but "the situation will continue to be harsh for the next few weeks and months." And asked the citizens for their understanding.
In addition, Spain, which has the highest number of infected people in Europe, continues to have more than 10,000 infected people a day.
Since the beginning of October, the capital city of Madrid has been banned from moving across local governments except for commuting, and each country is forced to reintroduce regulations while assessing the impact on economic activities.
UK half year employee wages
The British government has introduced support measures for people working in stores, etc., where business is virtually prohibited due to new measures.
Specifically, for half a year starting in November, the government will take over 67% of wages, up to £ 2,100 per employee per month and approximately JPY 290,000 in Japanese yen.
In addition, it is said that businesses that have been forced to take a leave of absence will be subsidized up to £ 3,000 a month and about 410,000 yen in Japanese yen.