It's already Sunday evening in Japan.
I wodner that how are people in japan spending the end of the holiday?
I think that there are various people
who are relaxing at home and refraining from self-control,
those who are starting to think about going home soon,
those who are still out like me.
From Sunday evening to night,
it feels sorrow because the town is more calm than other days.
This is the main subject.
Tokyo is still in the midst of an emergency declaration,
but Governor Koike of Tokyo finally announced a roadmap
for alleviating and canceling the Tokyo self-restraint request!
At last, Tokyo is gradually beginning to think about things after the cancellation of the emergency declaration!
By the way, the article on livedoor in ↑ is so long that I can summarize it ...
Tokyo will not release or alleviate self-restraint requests
until the national “emergency declaration” is lifted.
Mitigation is divided into three stages.
Public facilities such as museums and galleries / libraries.
A facility that does not have a cluster history such as a theater and is hard to become "3 dense".
Reopened all except some high-risk facilities.
(some high-risk facilities = live house, restaurant with entertainment etc.)
Make a standard and make a judgment about every two weeks.
The standard is as follows.
・ “New infected persons less than 20 per day”
・ “The rate of unknown infection routes is less than 50%”
・ “The rate of increase in infected persons decreases even on a weekly basis”
・ “Test positive rate”
If the number of infected people increases again even if it falls below the standard, a warning is issued as "Tokyo Alert".
When the number of new infections reaches 50 or more per day,
they request a leave again.
How will they land if the request for self-restraint is not canceled even in the third stage?
Is it a live house (maybe a club?)?
Certainly there is a high risk, so I can not say anything.
From a "new way of life,"
It could be a rather "difficult business format" ...
It's difficult to judge because I think we can't spread the infection anymore.
That is all of a summary of the roadmap for canceling the demand for restraint in Tokyo.