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Reviewing the Fukuoka Corona Alert(As of November 30)

Updated:2021年11月30日更新 print

On Tuesday, November 30, we reviewed the “Fukuoka Corona Alert" an indicator unique to this prefecture that requests cooperation from residents and businesses.

To be prepared for the rapid spread of infection and to take necessary measures ahead of time, the timing of requesting the national government to apply priority measures to prevent the spread of the disease and emergency measures will be brought forward from the past.

When the infection is spreading

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When the infection settles

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Relationship between the level classification indicated by the national subcommittee and our response

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The following is a summary of the relationship between the issuing and lifting of “alerts" and “special alerts" and the prefectural government’s response to them, and the level classification given by the national government’s subcommittee.

Level 0 in the national classification is a situation where the number of new cases is maintained at zero. Level 1 is a situation in which general medical care is stably secured and medical care is available for COVID patients.

At this stage measures will be continued, including thorough implementation of basic infection prevention measures.

Level 2 refers to a situation in which the number of new cases and the burden of general medical care and medical care for COVID patients is increasing. Also increasing the number of hospital beds, the prefectural government is able to respond appropriately to those who need medical care. At the point when this level becomes equivalent to Level 2, the “Fukuoka Corona Alert" will be issued and the prefectural government’s own measures. will implemented.

Level 3 is a situation in which is that the medical care for the COVID patients cannot be provided without considerable restrictions on general medical care, and that it will not be possible to provide appropriate care to those who need it. Emergency measures will be implemented.

Level 4 is a situation where medical care for COVID patients cannot be provided even if general medical care is greatly restricted. This is a level that must be avoided at all costs.

Requests in case of future spread of infection

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Based on the revised basic response policy, the following is a summary of the requests for when infection spreads again in the future. Vaccination has progressed, the requests have been eased compared to the previous requests.

For restaurants and drinking establishments that have been certified by a third party, there will be no request to shorten business hours even in the case of priority measures, or to shorten business hours to 21:00, or to provide alcoholic beverages until 21:00 even under a state of emergency. In addition, the “Vaccine and Testing Package System" will be implemented. In addition, the “Vaccine and Inspection Package System" will remove the restriction on the number of people at the same table.

On the other hand, non-certified restaurants will be subject to the same restrictions as before. The number of certified restaurants has reached over 16,000 and is becoming more and more widespread in the prefecture. If the infection spreads, there will be a big difference in business if the restaurant is not certified. For those restaurants that have not yet obtained certification, please do so while the infection is still under control.

For large-scale commercial facilities and other facilities that attract visitors, there are no plans (up to level 3) to request shortening of business hours. In holding events, if an infection prevention safety plan is formulated and approved by the prefectural government, it will be possible increase the capacity of the events through the “Vaccine and Testing Package System".

Although we expect these restrictions to be eased, it is important to continue basic infection prevention measures such as avoiding congestion and wearing masks. In addition, restaurants and other businesses are requested to thoroughly follow the infection prevention guidelines for their respective industries.

Securing the Health and Medical Care Provision System

Implementing the triage criteria system, and the timing for switching to the triage system have been re-organized and shared among the associated parties so that health observation and appropriate medical treatment according to individual symptoms can be conducted promptly after a positive test is detected. For the safety and peace of mind of those who test positive, we will ensure that, in principle, the public health centers will contact those who test positive on the same day, even when the infection is spreading.

Currently, in addition to the official vehicles of the public health center, we have secured more vehicles through outsourcing with the cooperation of the prefectural cab association, etc. However, in preparation for situations where hospitalization from temporary accommodations or emergency transportation at night becomes difficult, we will introduce transportation by private emergency services.

In terms of maintaining and securing hospital beds, we have already secured 1,482 beds, which is more than the 1,460 beds expected to be needed in the event of future spread of infection, and we will continue to work on the appropriate management of these beds, as well as on the “visualization" as indicated in this basic policy for the hospital beds.

In addition, in preparation for the further spread of infection, we will continue to increase the number of hospital beds to the extent that it does not affect general medical care as much as possible. As for oxygen administration stations, we will prepare a new facility and aim to secure a maximum of 200 beds.

Treatment and recuperation systems other than hospitalization, we have secured new facilities this month, and currently have 11 facilities with a total of 2,234 rooms. We will continue to hold discussions with associated parties and aim to secure 12 facilities with a total of 2,400 rooms.

In addition, doctors and nurses will continue to be stationed 24 hours a day at all the facilities we have secured, and we will consider implementing a new critical path with standardized indicators. As the number of patients receiving treatment at home is expected to increase when the infection spreads, we have secured 1,000 medical institutions that are capable of handling outpatient visits and house calls for patients receiving treatment at home.

In addition to strengthening the system for the administration of neutralizing antibody drugs, we will discuss with the prefectural medical association and the prefectural pharmacists' association about the development of a system that will enable local medical institutions to prescribe oral drugs when they become available.

With regard to support for the daily life of patients receiving treatment at home, we will strengthen cooperation with municipalities by providing contact information to municipalities that wish to receive such support with the consent of the patient.

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