Gifu and Mie: what changes after the end of priority measures
Although the application of priority measures in Gifu and Mie came to an end on Sunday (20), as of Monday (21), each of these provinces have new rules to curb the spread of infection by the new coronavirus.
It is not because the daily numbers have fallen that one can relax, as the variations are a cause for concern.
Governor Hajime Furuta said he will continue to ask restaurants and bars to reduce working hours in some cities where caution is needed. Abstention from serving alcoholic beverages will be suspended throughout the province.
In 6 cities, establishments serving alcoholic beverages must close at 21 pm, and the last drink order must be made before 20 pm.
The same hours apply to large commercial complexes such as shopping malls.
The target cities are Gifu, Ogaki, Kani, Minokano, Kakamigahara and Mizuho, in the period starting from Monday (21) until July 4th, therefore 2 weeks.
In other cities, there is no request for restrictions on commercial establishments. For the entire province, the governor asks the population to continue taking basic daily care, such as wearing a mask and disinfecting.
The only city that the governor asks for a reduction in working hours for bars, restaurants and others is Yokkaichi, where it has a slightly higher rate of infection.
In the period from Monday until the 30th of this month, the request is to bring forward the closing of the office at 21 pm.
If clusters of infection are confirmed, this request may be extended to other cities.
Sources: Tokai TV and CBC TV.
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