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[UPDATE] Notice Regarding Current Infection Level from the Hiroshima Prefectural Government (as of 6/16/2020)

Current Level

Level 1: Each citizen working to prevent the spread of infection

Hiroshima Prefecture has established a Levels of COVID-19 Infection system which ranks the level of infection from 4 (highest) to 1 (lowest). Please take the necessary measures according to each level.

No matter what the current level is, we ask that each of you continue to take measures to prevent the spread of infection such as avoiding the 3Cs, managing your health, frequently washing your hands, practicing proper coughing etiquette, and practice social distancing.

About the Levels of COVID-19 Infection

The infection level is decided by specialists, taking into account the numbers of new cases, doubling time, percentage of cases in which the route of infection cannot be traced, PCR testing systems, patient acceptance situation at medical facilities, and the situation securing places for patients with mild cases of COVID-19 to stay while receiving treatment. Depending on the level, requests for avoiding unnecessary outings and how far they extend, as well as restrictions on facilities usage will change, so please be aware of the current level.

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Primary Measures for Each Phase of Stopping the Spread of COVID-19 (PDF)

Travel Restrictions (until 7/9)

Until 6/18

Avoid unnecessary travel to Kyoto Prefecture, Osaka Prefecture, and Hyogo Prefecture (where the state of emergency was lifted on 5/21) until 6/11, and avoid unnecessary travel to Hokkaido, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, Tokyo Metropolis, Kanagawa Prefecture (where the state of emergency was lifted on 5/25) until 6/18.

For travel to all other prefectures, please check the infection situation and information provided by said prefecture, and avoid travelling to areas with a high risk of infection.

From 6/19 to 7/9

For travel to other prefectures, please check the infection situation and information provided by said prefecture, and avoid travelling to areas with a high risk of infection.

We would especially like to ask that citizens avoid facilities which are under usage restrictions by their respective prefecture.

To citizens of the Chugoku Region regarding travel as of 6/19 (from the Chugoku Region Governors’ Association as of 6/16/2020)

In order to both prevent the spread of COVID-19 and boost the local economy, we ask that citizens of the Chugoku Region keep the following in mind:

  • Enjoy sightseeing, dining, and shopping in the five prefectures of the Chugoku Region
  • When you go out, be sure to take preventative measures and follow the New Way of Life, including wearing a mask, frequently washing your hands, and practicing social distance.
  • When traveling to regions with ongoing infections, travel with caution: be sure to check the infection levels of your destination as well as information put out by localities, and avoid using facilities where there is a high risk of infection.

Conditions for Holding Events (Until 7/9)

Conditions for events held until 6/18 are as follows:

  • Indoor events: participants shall be limited to 100 people or less and fill only half the capacity of the venue
  • Outdoor events: participants shall be limited to 200 people or less and social distancing of at least 2 meters must be enforced

Events may be held if they adhere to the following infection prevention measures:

  • Do not cause the 3Cs to occur
  • Strictly adhere to basic infection prevention measures: limit the number of participants, use social distancing guidance, set up hand sanitizing stations, wear masks, etc
  • Gatherings held pre/post-event or during breaks/intermissions are strictly avoided.
  • Do not involve speaking in loud voices, singing, cheering, or conversation in close proximity in confined spaces

For national and largescale events, we ask that event planners act with the utmost care and cancel/postpone events which do not follow risk assessment protocol.

We also ask that events consider creating lists of participants to keep track of where to contact them, or using smartphone apps in development which track contact between people.

Conditions for events held from 6/19 until 7/9 are as follows:

  • Indoor events: participants shall be limited to 1,000 people or less and fill only half the capacity of the venue
  • Outdoor events: participants shall be limited to 1,000 people or less and social distancing of at least 2 meters must be enforced

For national and largescale events, we ask that event planners act with the utmost care and cancel/postpone events which do not follow risk assessment protocol.

Events may be held if they adhere to the following infection prevention measures:

  • Do not cause the 3Cs to occur
  • Strictly adhere to basic infection prevention measures: limit the number of participants, use social distancing guidance, set up hand sanitizing stations, wear masks, etc
  • Gatherings held pre/post-event or during breaks/intermissions are strictly avoided.
  • Do not involve speaking in loud voices, singing, cheering, or conversation in close proximity in confined spaces

We also ask that events consider creating lists of participants to keep track of where to contact them, or using smartphone apps in development which track contact between people.

Facilities Usage

At the current Infection Level (Level 1), no facilities fall under the request to close operations; however, we request that each facility strictly adheres to the infection prevention measures, such as those decided by each industry organization as well as the Prefecture, and makes use of the rules set out in the New Style of Working<外部リンク> (Japanese) so that the citizens of the prefecture can make use of your facilities without worry.

Infection Prevention Measure Guidelines for Each Type of Facility<外部リンク> (Japanese)

COVID-19 Infection Prevention Measures Declaration

We have created the Hiroshima Prefecture COVID-19 Safety Measure Checklist (for Restaurants) to help support restaurants in making effective decisions about infection prevention measures. Using this checklist, we ask that all restaurants decide upon measures which work for their situation and begin implementing them immediately.

Businesses which declare their voluntary measures to Hiroshima Prefecture will be given a certificate which declares them to be a COVID-19 Infection Prevention Measures Partner.

For more details, please see COVID-19 Infection Prevention Measures Partner<外部リンク> page (Japanese).

We have also announced safety measure checklists for barbershops and hair salons, and are now accepting applications COVID-19 Infection Prevention Measures Partners. For more details, click here<外部リンク> (Japanese).

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