Hyogo: Except for some requests for closures, the cancellation at 1a.m.

Hyogo: 23, 23, 2000, 22:14 pm

In response to the release of the emergency declaration, Hyogo Prefecture decided to cancel the request for closure of facilities and other facilities from 1 a.m. to 1 a.m. On the other hand, Governor Wells called for the voluntary and unnecessary outings to be refrained from continuing in preparation for the “second wave” of the spread of infection.
Hyogo Prefecture held a meeting of the Headquarters on The 21st night to decide on a new response policy in response to the cancellation of the emergency declaration. In this case, we decided to cancel the request for closure of facilities and other facilities from 1 a.m. to 1 a.m.

The lifted include swimming gymnasiums, indoor pools, bowling alleys, skate rinks, private video stores, internet cafes, cartoon cafes, off-site ticket shops, mahjong parlors, pachinko parlors, game centers, theme parks, amusement parks, etc.

On the other hand, restaurants with night entertainment when a group of infected people, called clusters, and karaoke boxes and sports gyms, will continue to be requested to close.

For restaurants including izakaya, we are currently canceling all requests until 10 p.m. and until 9 p.m. for alcoholic beverages.

In addition, the event will be held on the condition that the number of people participating in the event is less than 100 people indoors and 200 people outdoors.

Prefectural schools, which are temporarily closed, will be reopened next month, and they will seek measures to prevent infection, such as distributed school attendance.

However, we are continuing to ask that residents refrain from attending unnecessary and unnecessary outings, unnecessary unurgent homecoming and travel, travel across prefectures, and events that are concerned about “smuggling”.

Governor Wellsaid said at a news conference, “The declaration of a state of emergency has been lifted, but we must also prepare for the second wave of spreading the infection. I would like the people of the prefecture to continue to cooperate in preventing infection.”