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Regarding to the State of Emergency(As of May 7)

Updated:2021年5月7日更新 print

The Fukuoka Prefectural Government has decided on what we will request to all prefectural residents and businesses as emergency measures from Wednesday, May 12 to Monday, May 31.

[Request to the Prefectural Residents]

Request to the Prefectural Residents

○ Please refrain from unnecessary outings, including during the daytime, especially after 8pm.

The number of new cases today is the highest at 472. Highly infectious mutated strains have been accounting for about 80% of the cases recently. It is important to stop and think carefully whether this outing or shopping is really necessary now before going out, and to act cautiously and responsibly, which the Fukuoka Prefectural Government believe is the best measure.

Since the state of emergency has also been declared, all prefectural residents are requested to refrain from going out.

Please avoid crowded places and times, and refrain from unnecessary travel between prefectures and unnecessary travel to and from areas where the infection is spreading even within the prefecture.

Request to the Prefectural Residents

○ The infection has been spreading rapidly among young people in their 20s and 30s since mid-April, and there have been cases of serious illness. Please act cautiously and responsibly.

Please refrain from using restaurants and other establishments that do not have thorough infection control practices in place, or that do not respond to requests to close or shorten business hours.

Request to the Prefectural Residents

○ Avoid activities that pose a high risk of getting the infection, such as eating and drinking in groups on the street or in parks.

 

[Request to the restaurants & bars, etc.]

Request to the restaurants & bars, etc.

○ Please do not serve alcoholic beverages or provide karaoke machines at restaurants, etc.

Restaurants & bars, etc. that serve alcoholic beverages or provide karaoke are requested to close. Restaurants and other establishments that allow users to bring alcoholic beverages into their premises are also requested to close.

Restaurants, etc. that do not serve alcoholic beverages or provide karaoke machines are requested to keep their business hours between 5:00 and 20:00.

 

cooperation money

 

○ Restaurants that respond to the request to close or shorten their hours will receive a subsidy for their cooperation.

For small and medium-sized companies, 40,000 yen to 100,000 yen per day will be given depending on sales.

For large companies, up to 200,000 yen per day depending on the amount of decrease in sales.

[Request to facilities that attract visitors]

○ For facilities with area space of 1,000 square meters or more that are used by a large number of people, such as commercial facilities, athletic facilities, amusement facilities, museums and art galleries, we request that operation hours be reduced to 5:00 to 20:00.

We also request that alcoholic beverages not be served.

 

[Commuting to work etc.]

Commuting to work etc

○ We would like to ask businesses to utilize work from home (teleworking) and promote the use of vacation days in order to reduce the number of employees coming to work by 70%.

Even if you do go to work, please strongly promote staggered work hours, bicycle commuting, and other measures to reduce human contact.

Please refrain working after 8 p.m. unless it is necessary for the continuation of business.

Recently, infection clusters have also been occurring in offices. Switching whereabouts such as break rooms, changing rooms, and smoking rooms during lunchtime increases the risk of infection, so please ensure that infection prevention measures are taken.

[Event Restrictions]

○ The maximum number of people that can attend is 5,000 or 50% of the capacity, whichever is smaller.

In addition, the event must be held no later than 21:00.

 

[Prefectural-owned facilities and prefectural-sponsored events]

○ In order to strengthen countermeasures as an emergency measure, the prefecture will, in principle, close all prefectural facilities.

In principle, prefectural events will also be cancelled or postponed.

 

[Medical Institutions]

Medical Institutions

○ Up to now, with the understanding and cooperation of the prefectural residents and businesses, we have been making efforts to thoroughly prevent the spread of infection and strengthen our medical institutions.

The number of beds for accepting COVID-19 patients, was 802 as of April 19, and increased to 1,007 by securing 67 new beds today for medical institutions.

A new temporary accommodation opened today in Kitakyushu City, bringing the total number of rooms to 1,538.

We will continue have discussions with affiliated parties to secure the target of 1,220 hospital beds and the target of 2,000 rooms for overnight care facilities.

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