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2020.01.28

【Updated 15 July 2021】

Priority Preventative Measures end; Aichi Prefecture Strong Precautionary Measures introduced (12 July to 11 August)

Although Priority Preventative Measures ended for Aichi Prefecture on 11 July, Aichi Prefecture is now under Strong Precautionary Measures to prevent a further increase in COVID-19 infections.
Residents are requested to continue to take measures to protect yourself from becoming infected, and to prevent yourself from infecting others.
Residents are reminded to observe the following.
●Please refrain from leaving the house if you have no urgent need to do so. Please do not go out after 9:00pm.
  • You can still go out to buy groceries, medicine or other necessities.
  • You can still travel to and from work or school.
●Please do not travel outside Aichi Prefecture.
  • You can still travel to and from work or school.
●If infected, elderly people, people with pre-existing medical conditions, and pregnant women have a higher risk of their condition becoming serious. Please do what you can to prevent becoming infected yourself, and to prevent others from becoming infected by maintaining distance between yourself and others, wearing a mask, etc.
●Up to 4 people not living in the same household can gather for a meal, or for a drink (alcoholic beverages included).
●Business hours of restaurants, cafes, bars, etc.:
5:00am - 9:00pm; Serving of alcoholic beverages will end at 7:00pm.
  • Schools will not be closed. (If you are unwell, please do not go to school.)
  • Trains and buses can still be used. (Please refrain from speaking loudly on public transport.)
  • Hospitals will be open.
  • Money can still be withdrawn at bank ATMs.
  • You can go for walks in areas with few people, or exercise in parks and other places with few people.
●Install the COVID-19 Contact-Confirming Application (COCOA)
●Avoid the "three Cs"
  • Avoid CLOSED SPACES with poor ventilation
  • Avoid CROWDED PLACES with many people nearby
  • Avoid CLOSE-CONTACT SETTINGS such as close-range conversations
●"5 situations" that increase the risk of infection
●If you think you may have contracted COVID-19 - How to arrange a medical consultation and examination if you have symptoms such as fever / What happens when a patient is diagnosed with COVID-19?

A request from Nagoya International Center

To help NIC users stay safe and avoid going out and coming into contact with others, NIC asks that users with inquiries please contact us via phone or e-mail.

Phone: 052-581-0100
E-mail: info@nic-nagoya.or.jp



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The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare has established a call center for consultations related to the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Phone: 0120-565653 (toll free)

Languages supported: Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese
Service hours: (also operates Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays)

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- Thai: 9:00 - 18:00
- Vietnamese: 10:00 - 19:00

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