Kansai Prefecture Lifted In The Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Hokkaido Continuing Committee of The House of Representatives

Kansai 2Prefecture Release D.A., Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Hokkaido Continuing Committee of the House of Representatives, Question Question s it may 21 18:20

While the declaration of emergency was lifted in Osaka and other Kansai prefectures, the Steering Committee of the House of Representatives was held in both houses of the House of Representatives before the continuation of The Metropolitan Area, such as Tokyo, and Hokkaido, and the session of the House of Representatives was held, and questions were held by each party.
Hideki Niwa of the Liberal Democratic Party said, “Last week, a declaration of emergency was lifted in The Prefecture, but is the call for unnecessary and unnecessary self-imposed control of the outing working? What do you expect from the residents of the Kansai region that will be lifted this time?”

In response, Mr. Nishimura, Minister for Economic Revitalization, said, “Even in areas that were lifted earlier, there has been a certain decrease in the number of people, and I would like to thank the people for their cooperation. In the prefecture that has been lifted, i would like you to gradually expand our economic activities on the assumption that we will take measures to prevent infection. We would like to continue to ask for your cooperation and somehow converge.”

Yuka Miyazawa of the Constitutional Democratic Party said, “The number of foreign tourists last month has decreased compared to the same month last year, but I would like you to tell us about the current situation and future prospects of refusal to enter the country.”

In response, Minister Nishimura said, “Overseas, the infection is still spreading, and Japan is now expanding the scope of immigration restrictions and target countries, so I don’t think it is time to judge when to relax immigration restrictions, and i would like to respond carefully.”

Yoshio Maki of the National Democratic Party said, “The second wave and the third wave are said to come without a doubt. I would like to show you specifically how to deal with the second and third waves in the future.”

In response, Minister Nishimura said, “Even if the declaration is released, the risk of infection does not become zero, and we do not know where the virus is lurking. I think it’s better to think that the second wave will happen. It is important to keep it to small waves, and I think we need to create a system that protects PCR testing and medical provision in the event of an emergency.”

Hiroaki Shiota of the Komeito Party said, “There have been a series of earthquakes in the past week, and heavy rain measures are needed before the rainy season enters. We need to urgently address the strengthening and management of infectious disease prevention systems in shelters that have avoided the three dense.”

In response, Minister Nishimura said, “We must simultaneously promote disaster countermeasures and infectious disease countermeasures in the summer when we do not know when earthquakes will occur due to typhoon season. We have issued a notice asking the prefecture to create as many shelters as possible and to secure hotels and inns.”

Mr. Toru Totoru of the Japan Restoration Association said, “I think it is very important for the government as a government to ask Keidanren and others not to ask subcontractors to cut prices as much as possible, but how about that?”

In response, Minister Nishimura said, “With the global economy stalling, the automotive industry and manufacturing industry are becoming very difficult. In such a case, the wrinkle should not go to the small and medium-sized enterprise. I would like to work together to ensure that the company is doing business in japan as a whole, while firmly maintaining the position of small and medium-sized enterprises.”

Tetsuya Shiokawa of the Communist Party said, “Securing a sick bed requires the retention of vacant beds for a long period of time, and pressures management. Fiscal measures, including concrete compensation for the decline in revenue, are needed.”

In response, Minister Nishimura said, “In order to secure a system of providing medical care, we have doubled the medical fees for medical institutions that have accepted critically ill patients, and have also assisted in securing vacant beds with grants. In the Draft Budget for the Second Amendment, we would like to make the full amount of the government’s expenses a burden at the same time as significantly increasing the amount of grants, and secure the necessary budget for a system that protects lives.”