The company in Tokyo has started to move in earnest.
Most of the companies I am involved with have resumed business.
it seems that there are many places where they will not be full staff for a while and will reduce the number of people and operate...
By the way,
I found two news items that I was interested in,
so I will introduce them while putting them together!
I have already said in the title of the article..lol
The article is here! ↓
It seems that
the number of #110-call related to COVID-19 in Tokyo has not changed before and after emergency declaration.
(*#110 is the telephone number to call police department)
It is still a lot... I'm surprized...
"We receive nearly 30 cases a day. "
is what they said.
It is analyzed that
it may reflect the anxiety and stress of those who think that the cancelation of emergency declaration is released too early.
By the way,
#110 related to COVID-19 is like follows.
*** Before the emergency declaration ***
From January to May 25 (lifted date)
It seems that there were 2634 cases.
↑ 18 cases per a day.
(I wonder if the neighbor is noisy at them house?)
"Shop & Restaurant opens"
(I wonder if they said "the shop is open even thouh It's in the emergency declaration"?)
It seems that there was a lot of content about those.
*** After the emergency declaration ***
From May 26th to May 31st,
it seems that there were #110 related to COVID-19
about 17 to 38 cases a day with an average of 28 cases.
Thre were many #110 more than before the declaration of emergency...
"Izakaya is open with 3Cs"
"Many people don't mask in the station"
And so on...
Surely they might want to say it somewhere, but is it #110-emergency call...?
But there may be no other contact point for complaints if they want to say it! ?
Well, there were such articles in the past as well ↓
(title in english : "Flirting outside"... #110 increase in COVID-19 related)
The title is already interesting, though. lol
I hope the day will soon come when COVID-19 will converge and make you laugh!
well, by the way,
As in this article,
it seems that in Tokyo, which triggered the "Tokyo Alert,"
they are looking into forming a "patrol team" with the Metropolitan Police Department to look around as a countermeasure against infected people in "the entertainment district at night." !
I want them to do it as soon as possible!