Nine regions in Japan announced restrictions on travel

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 Nine regions in Japan announced restrictions on travel


Reported that Tokyo novel coronavirus pneumonia confirmed 25 cases of 41 new cases, refresh the number of new additions per day, and 26 only 16 when it reported 45 new cases, and once again refresh the record. Tokyo governor Akiko Koike held an emergency press conference on the 25th, asking people not to go out on weekends and weekdays, and try to work at home during weekdays.

On the 26th, several regional governments announced travel restrictions. The governments of Kanagawa and Saitama counties in the capital circle ask the people not to go to Tokyo and not to go out on weekends. The governments of zuomu, Chiba, qunma and Yamanashi counties ask the people not to go to the capital city. The governments of Shizuoka County ask the people not to go to the capital city and Aichi county. The Tokyo Metropolitan Government also added travel restrictions Tuesday, asking people not to leave Tokyo for surrounding areas.

According to the report, there are about 2.8 million commuters and commuters from the capital circle to Tokyo, and the restrictions imposed by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government cannot completely restrict the flow of people from other places. It is said that Koike will hold talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the afternoon of the 26th to ask for help from the Japanese government.

In addition, Hokkaido Government announced a state of emergency on February 28, asking people not to go out. Although the state of emergency ended on February 19, the government still asked people not to go out this weekend.

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