State of emergency will be extended against Kovid-19 in Japan

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According to Kyodo news, which is based on government sources, the duration of the state of emergency against Kovid-19, which is expected to end on September 12, will be extended by three weeks. As a result, Prime Minister Suga Yoshihide will meet with Minister of Health Tamura Norihisa and Cabinet Member for Kovid-19 measures Nişimura Yasutoshi during the week. Prime Minister Suga will announce the final decision on the extension of the application after the opinion of the Kovid-19 advisory council of the government. Currently, the state of emergency is being implemented in 21 states across the country, including the metropolitan areas of Tokyo and Osaka.

In the national press, it was noted that the Tokyo Olympics from July 23 to August 8 and the Paralympic Games from August 24 to September 5 have increased the case rate in the capital Tokyo. It was said that 15,000 athletes gathered in the capital region to participate in tournaments, competitions inside and outside of Japan, which increased the number of cases. In Japan, the number of Kovid-19 cases has risen to 1,583,000,447, and the number of deaths from the virus has risen to 16,000,412. Nationwide, 2 thousand 198 people are receiving Kovid-19 treatment in intensive care units.

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