The Tokyo Metropolitan Government supplementary budget proposal includes medical cooperation of more than 230 billion yen on November 17 at 6:02 p.m.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has compiled a supplementary budget of more than 230 billion yen, including measures against new coronaviruses, such as cooperation money for medical institutions that provide medical care during the year-end and New Year holidays.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has compiled a supplementary budget proposal to be submitted to the Tokyo Metropolitan Assembly, which is scheduled to open on November 30.
This is the 11th time this fiscal year that the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has drafted a supplementary budget as a new type of coronavirus, and this budget proposal totals 230.8 billion yen.
In order to enable people with fever during the year-end and New Year holidays to receive medical examinations, 3 billion yen was included in the project to provide 150,000 yen per four hours as a co-operation fee to medical institutions that provided medical care during the six days from December 29 to January 3 of the new year.
In addition, for 1,000 people who have lost their home due to unemployment due to the spread of infection, we have allocated 500 million yen to the cost of temporarily securing 1,000 rooms per day, such as business hotels, for about a month from December 21.
In addition, we have recorded 98.7 billion yen in expenses to support medical institutions that establish a system for accepting patients in order to secure beds, and 34.4 billion yen in expenses to support small and medium-sized businesses with severe cash flow.
Governor Koike said, “We have budgeted on three pillars: corona measures, economic measures, and citizens’ lives. The Corona Virus antivirus, which will be supported by the supplementary budget, will total 1,866.6 billion yen so far.”