For Everyday Safety
A “new normal” standard for business activities is encouraged to reinvigorate society and economy while keeping the spread of Covid-19 under control as we learn to live with the virus.
Point 1: Exercise good judgement regarding face masks
Point 2: Maintain safety protocols when traveling in and out of the prefecture
Point 3: Take advantage of free testing
Point 4: Keep these points in mind when dining and attending events
Point 5: Take care to avoid infection at home and at work
The new Omicron variant of Covid-19 is making its rounds through the country. Preventative measures are also effective against this variant. Remember to avoid ①Confined spaces with poor air circulation, ②Crowded areas, and ③Close contact situations, and remember to always wear your mask and wash your hands!
Covid-19 is on the rise. The virus can spread even through limited conversation if not wearing a face mask. Avoid high-risk areas.
Covid-19 is on the rise. The virus can spread even through limited conversation if not wearing a face mask. Avoid high-risk areas during the Golden Week holidays (29 April-5 May).
To those spending the Lunar New Year in Japan:
Considerable attention has been warranted by the recent appearance of an African swine fever virus in imported meat products. It has been determined in past years that a large number of meat products have been sent by post from individuals spending the Lunar New Year in countries, particularly in Asia, where the African swine fever is most active. Do not enclose ham, sausage, or any other processed meat products in parcels sent to Japan by post. Measures by Animal Quarantine Services to inspect parcels sent from overseas, including the use of sniffing dogs, have been augmented. Knowingly importing meat products into Japan is punishable by fine and/or imprisonment.
【A Special Notice from Animal Quarantine Services】