Fukuoka Prefecture COVID-19 Alert and counter measures

December 15, 2020 Posted in Information


〇With the rapid increase in the number of newly infected people with COVID-19, Fukuoka Prefectural Government has issued a "Fukuoka Corona Alert" on December 12, 2020. We would like to ask all prefectural residents to continue to do the following in order to prevent the spread of infection in the future.

〇When going out please avoid crowded times and places. Carefully check your own health condition, the infection status of your destination, and infection prevention measures of the facility you are going to.

〇When eating at a restaurant, go to restaurants that has taken thorough measures to prevent infection, like restaurants with an "infection prevention sticker” and wear a mask and avoid shouting when talking.

〇Please act cautiously to those who are in frequent contact with elderly to avoid spreading the infection to the elderly and other people who are prone to other serious illness.

〇If you feel unwell, have a fever and such, seek medical attention as soon as possible.

〇If your test result is positive and your symptoms are mild or asymptomatic, follow the instructions to go from the medical institutions to the accommodation and treatment facility

【Reference material】5 high risk situations to be aware of .pdf

①Social gatherings with drinking alcohol

②Long feasts in large groups

③Conversation without a mask

④Living together in a small limited space

⑤Switching locations


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