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Kishida hints at easing COVID-19 measures in June

Kishida stressed the need for continued vigilance, noting that numerous people are going out during the holiday period.
Kishida stressed the need for continued vigilance, noting that numerous people are going out during the holiday period.
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06 May 2022 02:05:12 GMT9
06 May 2022 02:05:12 GMT9

LONDON: Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida suggested Thursday that his government will consider easing its COVID-19 measures in June at the earliest.

“After watching the novel coronavirus infection situation after the end of the ongoing Golden Week holiday period in Japan, we hope to review (the country’s measures against COVID-19) in stages as early as in June so that we can get back to normal,” Kishida told a press conference held in London to sum up his tour of five Southeast Asian and European countries.

Meanwhile, Kishida stressed the need for continued vigilance, noting that numerous people are going out during the holiday period.

“We will continue efforts to maintain and strengthen the medical care system and promote vaccinations against the virus,” he also said.

JIJI Press

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