【NEWS in 日本手話&International Sign】安倍首相記者会見 5月4日/Press Conference by the Prime Minister: May 4, 2020






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Summary of the Press Conference on May 4 by the Prime Minister regarding the Novel Coronavirus explained in International Sign

The key points of the press conference are explained in International Sign.
You can access the full transcript at the following link.
"[COVID-19] Press Conference by the Prime Minister regarding the Novel Coronavirus" by the Cabinet Public Relations Office, Cabinet Secretariat.


On May 4, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held a press conference and appeared on TV.

He expressed appreciation to everyone for their cooperation to cease the spread of the New Coronavirus.

Abe also explained that the Declaration of a State of Emergency announced on April 7 and 16 to all 47 prefectures was to end on May 6, but the government has decided to extend it until May 31 to prevent the spread of infection nationwide.

Abe said that the 13 prefectures had a high number of COVID-19 cases and needed to reduce person to person contact by 80%. All businesses and stores must stay closed and people should stay at home.

Abe said the panel of experts will make an assessment. The report will be announced on May 14. If we see improvement there will be new measures and businesses will be allowed to open again before May 31.

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