China News Service, June 17th. According to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), in order to prevent and control the spread of the new crown epidemic, 10 prefectures and prefectures in Japan are currently implementing emergency declarations.

In this regard, the expert subcommittee agreed on the 17th to the government’s policy that when the emergency declaration expires on the 20th, the emergency declarations in 9 prefectures will be lifted, but Okinawa Prefecture will extend it until July 11.

Data map: The picture shows a truck equipped with a screen on preventive measures against the new crown pneumonia virus passing through the Shibuya intersection in Tokyo.

  According to reports, on the prevention and control of the new crown epidemic, the "Basic Response Policy Subcommittee" composed of infectious disease experts and others held a meeting on the 17th, and the Minister of Economic Regeneration Yasuhiro Nishimura and others attended the meeting.

During the meeting, Nishimura solicited the opinions of participating experts on the Japanese government's policies regarding the emergency declarations being implemented by the 10 prefectures.

  The policy of the Japanese government is to cancel the emergency declarations of 9 prefectures, except for Okinawa Prefecture, when the declarations of emergencies expire on the 20th, including Hokkaido, Tokyo, Aichi, Osaka, Hyogo, and Kyoto. Seven prefectures, including Fukuoka Prefecture and Fukuoka Prefecture, will implement key measures such as preventing the spread of the epidemic from June 21 to July 11.

  According to the report, as Okinawa Prefecture’s medical resources are still in a tight state, the Japanese government will extend the county’s emergency declaration to July 11.

Data map: On March 22, local time, Tokyo, Japan, people wearing masks and riding a sightseeing bus to enjoy cherry blossoms.

  In addition, the Japanese government has been revealed that it intends to introduce a "vaccine passport" system to prove vaccination against the new crown from mid to late July.

At present, the Japanese government has determined the contents of the "vaccine passport" system, and is making relevant adjustments.

  According to reports, the main content of Japan's "vaccine passport" system is that in the initial period of implementation of the system, the municipal government responsible for specific vaccination work will issue "vaccine passports" to relevant persons in written form based on vaccination records.

"Vaccine passport" will record the holder's name, nationality, passport number to prove identity, vaccination date and other information.

  The report pointed out that in order to improve the convenience of the "vaccine passport", the Japanese government has also decided to discuss the application and issuance of an electronic "vaccine passport".