After the Rapid Decline in Corona Cases, Japan removed National Emergency, Shinzo Abe Announced -


The Japanese government has removed the national emergency from the country after the Corona virus control showed better results. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has decided to remove the State of Emergency after a sharp drop in Corona virus cases, after this announcement, stable economic activities will resume in Japan. Let us tell you that Emergency was imposed on April 7 in view of Corona virus infection in Japan and it has now been removed after about one and a half months.
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In a televised interview, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced that Japan had been facing a major disaster for the past few months, but in spite of this, we had set very strict scales to remove the emergency. Now we have touched those standards, after which the decision has been taken to remove the emergency. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has said that the country has succeeded in preventing the infection from spreading, with the emergence of Emergency in Japan, the world’s third ranked economy will start to gain momentum, now business and industries will be opened, along with this, schools will also be reopened.

There have been fewer cases of infection of Corona virus in Japan as compared to other countries and deaths have also come down due to corona here. As of Monday, there were 16,550 reported cases of corona virus in Japan, whereas a total of 820 people died in Japan due to the corona. Tokyo remained completely calm during the lockdown, besides this in Japan, around 700 cases were reported daily during the peak days of the Corona virus infection.