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Regarding to Support Measures to Businesses and Other Organizations under the Emergency Measures(As of May 11)

Updated:2021年5月11日更新 print

From Wednesday, May 12, emergency measures will be implemented.


The emergency measures is expected to have a vast impact on businesses by requiring them to refrain from going to the office, temporary closures, and to shorten business hours. It is necessary for the National Government, the Fukuoka Prefectural Government, and municipalities to work together to provide a wide range of support for businesses as soon as possible, and we have decided to implement supportive measures.

There will be 3 new supportive measures.

The first support is financial aid for restaurants and bars that will be directly affected by the emergency measures.

The first support is financial aid for restaurants and bars that will be directly affected by the emergency measures.

In addition to the support announced on Friday, May 7, the Fukuoka Prefectural Government will provide its own "rent support". Eligible businesses are those that serve alcohol or provide karaoke and will close or stop serving alcohol or provide karaoke and cooperate in shortening the business hours to 20:00.

The amount will give up to 2/3 of the rent and the maximum amount given is 200,000 yen.

Businesses can also get additional financial aid by adding it with financial aid support from the municipality along with the financial aid from the Fukuoka Prefectural Government.  

monthly financial aid support

Second, in addition to the "monthly financial aid support" announced by the National Government, the Fukuoka Prefectural Government will provide its own support too.

The National Government will provide monthly financial aid (Up to 200,000 yen for corporations and 100,000 yen for individual businesses) to small and medium-sized businesses whose sales have decreased by 50% or more due to the impact of restaurant closures, shortened business hours, and refraining from going out due to the state of emergency declaration.

The Fukuoka Prefectural Government will provide support to small and medium-sized businesses whose sales have decreased by 30% or more, but less than 50%, and who are not eligible for the National Government's monthly financial aid support. Corporations can receive up to 100,000 yen per month, and Independent Businesses can receive up to 50,000 yen per month.

The Fukuoka Prefectural Government will also provide additional financial aid support to business with restaurants that stopped serving alcoholic beverages, which are eligible for the National Government's monthly support (sales decrease of 50% or more). The amount of support is up to 200,000 yen per month for corporations and up to 100,000 yen per month for Independent Business.

cooperation grant for large scale facilities and tenants in facilities over 1,000m2

The third is the “cooperation grant for large scale facilities and tenants in facilities over 1,000m2”. For large scale facilities that attract visitors, we ask for their cooperation in keeping their business hours until 20:00. The cooperation grant will be paid to the facilities and tenants who cooperate.

The amount per day will be determined by multiplying the base amount of 200,000 yen for every 1,000 square meters for large facilities and 20,000 yen for every 100 square meters for tenants contained in such facilities by the ratio of the hours reduced in response to requests for shorter hours until 8:00 p.m. to the original business hours.

 

Premium Local Product Certificates

Additionally, we will encourage municipalities to issue "Premium Local Product Certificates" as soon as possible to support the early recovery of the local economy. Printing is scheduled to start in July, and the premium rate will be 20% or more.

It is necessary to proceed with vaccination promptly, the Fukuoka Prefectural Government and Fukuoka City has jointly requested to the National Government to establish a large-scale vaccination center directly under the control of the National Government in Fukuoka City.

Medical Institution

The Fukuoka Prefectural government is working to strengthen its medical institution. With hospital beds for accepting corona-positive patients, 42 beds were newly secured today, bringing the total number of beds to 1,049. To secure the target of 1,220 beds, we will accelerate negotiations with medical institutions and increase the number of critical care beds.

unnecessary outings

The number of new cases of COVID-19 has exceeded 500 since the holidays, and the infection is spreading rapidly.

We would like to ask for the cooperation of all prefectural residents to refrain from unnecessary outings, including during the daytime, and to work from home (telework) or staggered work hours.

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