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Waiting hours are over: Japanese PM makes big announcement

Waiting hours are over: Japanese PM makes big announcement

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan has lifted all sanctions and a state of emergency imposed by the Corona epidemic to revive the country’s economy.

According to the report, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga has said that all restrictions imposed on the corona virus will be gradually lifted from Thursday to restore normalcy.

Japan announces lifting of sanctions and state of emergency in the wake of the corona virus, with the Japanese government reportedly saying the state of emergency in the wake of the corona virus will end on Thursday to get the economy back on track. Coins

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said in a statement yesterday that the state of emergency would end on Thursday and that virus restrictions would be gradually eased so that daily life could resume despite the presence of the virus.

He said the government would set up more temporary Kovid 19 treatment centers and continue vaccinations to prepare for any future outbreaks.

Government officials are also launching other projects, such as vaccine passports and virus testing, Hyde Suga said.

He said that the government would set up more health centers for the treatment of code 19 and would also expedite vaccination. Vaccine passports and more virus tests would also be introduced.

After this concession, Japan will be completely free from the state of emergency for the first time in more than six months. The current state of emergency in Japan has been repeatedly raised since April.

Despite public frustration over the measures, Japan has managed to avoid a more limited lockdown, with about 16.9 million cases and 17,500 deaths recorded in Japan.

It may be recalled that Japan had declared a state of emergency in the country six months ago after the arrival of the Indian Delta variant and the restaurants and bars were completely closed. In Japan, 1.69 million cases of code 19 were recorded, while 17,500 deaths have been reported.

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