To prevent the invasion of the new coronavirus in 2019, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and relevant cabinet ministers decided today to respond accordingly. Due to the large number of Chinese people visiting Japan during the Lunar New Year, the Japanese government is strengthening border controls. The Japan Broadcasting Association reported that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held a cabinet meeting at the Prime Minister’s residence (administrative center) today to decide on a policy to prevent the invasion of new coronaviruses. According to this policy, people entering or returning from areas where the risk of new coronavirus transmission is high must thoroughly check the health status at the quarantine station and conduct border control. If it is confirmed that a new type of coronavirus is suspected at a medical institution, it must be examined at the National Institute of Infectious Diseases (Infectious Diseases), and the situation of those who have close contact with the infected person must be thoroughly grasped. The Japanese government ’s response policy states that it will work as closely as possible with countries and relevant agencies to collect relevant information about the epidemic situation of the affected countries, the World Health Organization (WHO), and the response of each country, and provide them quickly and accurately. Information is given to the people to ensure their peace of mind and security. Abe said at the meeting that the current situation is that the new coronavirus has not been confirmed to be a continuous human-to-human transmission, but the number of infected patients in China continues to increase, so it is necessary to be more alert and collect information about the occurrence of the disease. A spokesman for the Japanese government and Cabinet Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Ryuichi said at a regular press conference today after the cabinet meeting that according to the response policy decided by the government in the morning, a health questionnaire will be issued for travelers who have entered Japan from Wuhan, China, to strengthen the process. Good border control. Tong Yiwei said that the epidemic prevention system has been established, and Japanese medical institutions across the country must be in control of patients who have been to Wuhan and suffered from unexplained pneumonia. Japan ’s Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare, Kato, said at a regular press conference after the Cabinet meeting that the World Health Organization will hold an emergency meeting on the 22nd. Japan will make a judgment based on the results of the meeting to respond to changes in risk and cooperate with relevant units to strengthen the response. . Japan ’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism held an interim supervisory meeting this morning. The Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Akaba Aka said that he will closely liaise with relevant provincial departments (ministries) such as the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare to thoroughly do a good job in responding to the new coronavirus. Akabane said that in order to prevent the epidemic from spreading, travel agencies and airlines were required to provide information quickly. In addition, relevant deployments have been ordered to do a good job of quarantine of airports, harbors and other facilities, and will provide necessary support. The outbreak of unexplained pneumonia in Wuhan City, China, began in December 2019. The pathogen was initially identified as a new coronavirus. The World Health Organization (WHO) named it 2019-nCoV (2019 new coronavirus), which is the seventh known infection of humans. Coronavirus.
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