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- A group representing European businesses is requesting Japanese government to set aside entry restrictions imposed on foreigners.
- The entry restrictions on foreigners were imposed by Japan in 2019.
A European business lobb...
- Japanese government has launched an app that can trace people infected with coronavirus.
- Privacy concerns are being raised due to this app.
- Government says that the app foes not collect personally identifiable data.
- Shinjiro Koizumi wants Japan to adopt green energy measures to progress with the economic recovery from the damage caused by coronavirus.
- People and different entities in various sectors agree with Koizumi‘s plans.
- PM Shinz...
- With tensions between USA and China hitting all time high, Japan needs to be careful that cozying up to one friend does not offend the other.
- Japan is trying to pacify USA and China to ensure that the cold war between the two does not escal...
- The stimulus package is worth 117.1 trillion yen ($1.1 trillion)
- It includes significant direct spending to deal with coronavirus pandemic
A budget draft seen by Reuters showed on Wednesday that Japan will compile a new 11...
- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says that reviving the economy is the top priority
- The government will decide on a second extra budget to help people and businesses reeling from the pandemic
On Monday, the Japan...
The government of Japan has decided to lift the state of emergency for prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto and Hyogo and will soon take a decision regarding Tokyo and Hokkaido.
The Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe has stated that the government is lifting the state of emergency declaration impos...
- Three prefectures include Osaka, Kyoto, and Hyogo
- The number of new corona virus infections in these prefectures has remained low
Government officials said on Tuesday that Japan is considering lifting a state of emergency...
- It will be lifted in 39 prefectures
- The rest seven and the nation's capital will maintain emergency measures
The Japan government decided to lift the s...
After combating with dreadful coronavirus relentlessly, the prefecture of Osaka recorded no new cases of coronavirus infections on Sunday. This was for the first time in the period of more than two months.
Along with Tokyo and other six prefectures, Osaka is still under the state of emerge...
• Governor Koike introduced “Tokyo Alert” system that will issue a notification to residents when the number of new COVID-19 cases exceed prescribed criteria
• Till date, Tokyo has reported total 5,039 cases of coronavirus and 219 people have l...
- Tokyo plans to gradually reopen society.
- The full announcement would be made on Tuesday.
- Tokyo Governor presented several criteria for lifting voluntary isolation measures.
- Tokyo will reopen in three sta...
• Total 100 countries are blacklisted including the U.S., China and all the European countries
• Prime Minister Shinzo Abe made this announcement and also lifted the nationwide state of emergency, though prefecture of Tokyo will continue under restrictions...
- Japanese health ministry to approve antigen testing kits soon.
- Japan has conducted 188 PCR tests per 100,000 people.
- It takes about 30 minutes to get a result of Fujirebio’s palm-sized antigen test kit.
- Fujirebio can prod...
• Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will officially announce lifting of the state of emergency in a news conference at 6 p.m. on Thursday
• At present, Japan has over 16,000 cases of coronavirus and nearly 700 people have lost their lives
Despite eased r...
• Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had called the U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday
• The U.S. had commenced mass production of ventilators and has been successful in cutting down the manufacturing costs
• Japanese government plans to make an e...
According to officials, Japanese government led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is in consideration of lifting the extended state of emergency declaration in most of prefectures before May 31. Country’s capital Tokyo and some other areas will continue observing precautionary measures.
Japan’s state of emergency was declared on April 7 in order to curtail the spread of coronavirus. After rise of coronavirus cases, the Japanese government led by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe decided to extend the state of emergency until May 31. Though majority of businesses and shops are orde...
A decision to extend Japan’s state of emergency was taken by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his government. With this decision, specific guidelines were issued in order to prevent people from getting out and curbing the spread of coronavirus. While this decision to extend the state of emerge...
• Till date, Japan has reported 15,253 cases of COVID-19 and 556 people have lost their lives
• People of Japan will continue under the state of emergency till May 31
• Traffic levels and number of working people commuting has gone down dras...