Vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus infection to be approved for the first time in Japan Targets over 60 years old
On the night of the 28th, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare's expert subcommittee approved the use of vaccines for respiratory syncytial virus infections, which can cause severe pneumonia when children and the elderly are infected, for those aged 60 and over. In the future, after official approval from the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, we will be able to manufacture and sell vaccines for respiratory syncytial virus infections for the first time in Japan.
This year's summer heat wave "abnormal weather" Japan Meteorological Agency Study Group
This summer has been hot all over Japan, but regarding the high temperatures since the end of July, the Japan Meteorological Agency's study group said, ``This is due to the fact that the Pacific anticyclone's extension to the vicinity of Honshu has increased to a record level. It can be said that it is an abnormal weather with an overwhelmingly high temperature.”
Sompo Japan president remarks to encourage resumption of business with Big Motor
A new fact has been revealed in the problem over the big motor. Last year, we discussed this policy over the problem that "Sompo Japan", a major non-life insurance company, resumed business with Big Motor, which had been temporarily suspended while receiving information that there was a possibility of fraudulent insurance claims. At a board meeting, President Giichi Shirakawa said he was concerned about worsening relations with Big Motor and suggested resuming business without conducting an additional investigation.
"I'm going now" Rikiya Matsuda in his heart for his late father
Rikiya Matsuda, a Japanese national rugby player, always recites in his heart before a match. The person who tells him, "I'm coming now," and "Watch it," is his late father. He was the one who introduced me to rugby. He was strict, kind, and loved by all. Japan's commander-in-chief faces the World Cup, swearing to return the favor to such a father. (Reporter Tatsuki Kobayashi / Director Hikaru Watanabe / Photographer Kohei Ueda)
Announcement of recapture of settlements leading to key points in Zaporizhia province, southern Ukraine
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense announced on the 28th that the Ukrainian army, which continues to reverse the offensive, has recaptured a village that leads to a key point in the southern Zaporizhia region and is advancing troops. It is believed that Russia continues to maintain a strong defense line, and the focus is on whether it can advance further.
Fake information about treated water and new harmful rumors Cosmetic boycott
Over the release of treated water, a situation that can be called an "information warfare" involving the government and citizens is taking place. In China, where the government and the media have strengthened their opposition, SNS is flooded with radical posts, and the citizens who are encouraged by it develop into a situation where they make harassing calls to Japan. Furthermore, there is a new rumor that people refrain from buying Japanese cosmetics due to fake information. What is happening now, approaching the actual situation from the data. (August 28 broadcast "Close-up Gendai" interview team)
“Morning Musume.” “AKB48” “Nurturing Parents” Mayumi Natsu Farewell Party
Dance producer Mayumi Natsu, known for her choreography for popular idol groups such as "Morning Musume" and "AKB48," held a farewell party in Tokyo. I regretted it.
Evergrande Group resumes stock trading, temporarily plunges 87%
The stock trading of the Chinese real estate giant Evergrande Group, which is in crisis, resumed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on the 28th for the first time in about a year and five months. On the 28th, the first day of the resumption of trading, sell orders surged from the morning, and the stock price temporarily plummeted by 87% compared to before the suspension of trading, dropping to 0.22 Hong Kong dollars and 4.1 yen to the Japanese yen. Against the backdrop of the prolonged slump in the real estate market, the market's concerns about the future of Evergrande Group's management have become apparent.
Fukushima "Soma Nomaoi" will be held from next year to the end of May to reduce burden due to heat
The traditional summer festival "Soma Nomaoi" in the Soma region of Fukushima Prefecture, which is an important intangible folk cultural asset of the country and has been held at the end of July every year, will be held next year to reduce the burden on people and horses due to the severe heat. It is now expected to be implemented at the end of May, two months earlier. Going forward, the festival's executive committee will consult with the Agency for Cultural Affairs and other parties to make the final decision.
JR school commuter pass Certificate of commuting at the time of purchase No need to present until graduation once
When purchasing a student commuter pass, it is necessary to present a certificate of commuting at JR stations nationwide every year. It is expected that the convenience of users will be improved by deciding to make it possible to complete graduation by presenting a certificate of
Economy, Trade and Industry Minister Nishimura Tasting Fukushima Seafood Appeals Safety and Taste
Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Nishimura visited Fukushima Prefecture for the first time since the discharge of treated water accumulated at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea.
Sogo and Seibu labor union to notify strike
The labor union, which is opposed to the sale of major department stores Sogo and Seibu due to concerns about employment, has decided to notify the management of the implementation of the strike. If implemented, it will be the first major department store in about 60 years.
Kagawa Mitoyo City Evacuation order for some districts
Mitoyo City, Kagawa Prefecture issued an evacuation order to some areas of the city at 3:30 pm on the 28th due to the risk of landslide disasters due to heavy rain. Evacuation orders were issued for 882 households and 2,145 people in the Asa district of Takase Town, 2,580 households and 6,270 people in Yamamoto Town, and 1,413 households and 3,650 people in Takase Town. The information is level 4 out of 5 alert levels, calling for everyone to evacuate immediately from dangerous places.
Special subcommittee of the Central Council for Education concludes urgent proposals on how teachers work
A special subcommittee of the Central Council for Education (Central Council for Education) has put together a draft of an urgent proposal that the working style of teachers is in a critical situation and should be addressed by society as a whole. The countermeasures include the allocation of duties to regions, the assignment of support staff to all elementary and junior high schools, and the review of the number of class hours that greatly exceed the standard. .
Kagawa Near Mitoyo City Near Manno Town Record heavy rain Danger of disaster approaching
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, in the vicinity of Mitoyo City and Manno Town in Kagawa Prefecture, radar analysis indicates that about 90 mm of heavy rain fell in one hour until 2:40 pm on the 28th. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster occurring, the Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for people to announce "record-breaking short-term heavy rain information" to ensure safety.
Tokyo Monorail Insufficient strength due to cracks in parts of some vehicles last year
Last year, cracks were found in some parts of the Tokyo Monorail, which connects Haneda Airport and the city center. Emergency repairs have already been completed, and measures to reinforce parts are underway.
Taiwan Presidential Election Mr. Guo Taiming, Founder of Hon Hai Precision Industry, Announces Candidacy
Guo Taiming, the founder of Hong Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd., the world's largest contract manufacturer of electronic equipment, announced on the 28th that he will run as an independent candidate for the presidential election in Taiwan next January.
One man's body on the coast Unknown crew member in cargo ship collision accident Wakayama
On the 27th, the body of a man was found on the beach in Arita City, Wakayama Prefecture. Off the coast of Wakayama Prefecture, on the 24th of this month, two cargo ships collided, and two crew members of a Japanese-registered ship went missing, and the 5th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters confirmed one of them. is proceeding.
'Nessie' hunted for first time in 50 years UK
A large-scale search for the first time in about 50 years was conducted over two days to find the mysterious creature `` Nessie '' transmitted to Loch Ness in northern England, and ended on the 27th, but a major achievement leading to the discovery of Nessie has not been obtained.
Rankoshi Town, Hokkaido Steam-ejecting well Backfilling work completed
On the morning of the 28th, the company that was drilling due to the problem that steam containing arsenic etc. was spewing out from the drilling site in Rankoshi-cho, Hokkaido, announced on the morning of the 28th that the work to backfill the well with cement had been completed. did.
Nuisance calls More than 100 at tourist facilities in Shiroishi City, Miyagi After treated water release
After TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant started releasing treated water, it was found that more than 100 nuisance calls, believed to be from China, were received at a tourist facility in Shiroishi City, Miyagi Prefecture. The facility filed a damage report with the police because there were occasions when they were verbally abused over the phone.
Stock price temporarily rises by more than 500 yen Buy orders spread to a wide range of stocks
At the beginning of the week, on the 28th, the Tokyo stock market saw buy orders spread to a wide range of stocks, including those related to exports, and the Nikkei Stock Average rose by more than 500 yen at one point.
“Extremely regrettable” harassment in China after treated water release Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno
Chief Cabinet Secretary Matsuno said that it is extremely regrettable that Japan's related organizations in China have been harassed one after another since the start of the discharge of treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, and has asked the Chinese government to take a calm approach. He appealed to the public and indicated his intention to request accurate information to be sent.
Tochigi LRT First weekday after opening Almost full during commuting and school hours
The LRT = next-generation streetcar, which opened on the 26th and connects Utsunomiya City and the adjacent Haga Town, celebrated its first weekday on the 28th, and the seats were almost full during commuting hours.
Scorer Hinata Miyazawa leaves for Europe transfer "I want to grow one more time"
Hinata Miyazawa, who won the top scorer in the Women's Soccer World Cup, left Haneda Airport on the morning of the 28th for a transfer to a European club and spoke enthusiastically, saying, "I want to grow one more time."
Kei Nishikori to miss the four major tennis tournaments US Open
Tennis player Kei Nishikori will miss the US Open, one of the four major tournaments he was scheduled to participate in for the first time in two years.
Defendant Kento Nagayama first trial Admits indictment Crime of violating the Cannabis Control Law
In June, the Tokyo District Court held the first trial of actor Kento Nagayama (34), who was accused of violating the Cannabis Control Law for possessing more than 1.6 grams of dried cannabis at his apartment in Tokyo. , Defendant Nagayama answered, "No," to the judge's question, "Are there any mistakes in the indictment?"
"H2A" Rocket No. 47 today's launch canceled
The "H2A" rocket No. 47 was scheduled to be launched from the Tanegashima Space Center around 9:26 am on the 28th, but according to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and others, the launch on the 28th was due to the wind in the sky not meeting the launch conditions. is discontinued.
Shohei Ohtani No hits in 4 at bats Stops at 4 hits in a row
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Mets as a designated hitter, but his streak of hits stopped at "4" with no hits in four at bats.
Grand Sumo Tournament Autumn Place Ranking New Ozeki Toyohishoryu is West Ozeki Kirishima and Takakeisho are horn guards
The ranking of the Grand Sumo Autumn Tournament, which will be held on September 10th, has been announced, and the new ozeki, Toyo Shoryu, sat in the west ozeki.
Discharge of treated water Strengthening security at Japanese schools and Japanese embassies in China
Since the start of measures to dilute and release the treated water that accumulates at the Tokyo Electric Power Company's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, in China, stones and eggs were found thrown into two Japanese schools, and protests were made at the embassy and others. And harassment calls are coming one after another, and we are forced to take measures such as strengthening the security system.
Typhoon No. 10 Be careful of strong winds and high waves in Tohoku, and a new typhoon is expected to occur
Typhoon No. 10 is expected to move northward off the east coast of the Tohoku region and change its course to the east in the afternoon, so it is necessary to pay close attention to high waves accompanied by strong winds and swells mainly on the Pacific side of Tohoku. is. On the other hand, the very strong Typhoon No. 9 in the east of the Philippines will change its course to the north after this, and waves are expected to rise in the Okinawa region from the 29th, so please pay attention to the latest information.
Commercialization of PET bottles that do not use petroleum-derived raw materials, toward full-scale production
Petroleum wholesalers, beverage manufacturers, and others will work together to start full-scale production of PET bottles made entirely from biological resources such as used cooking oil. It is the world's first commercialization of PET bottles that do not use any petroleum-derived raw materials.
Niigata, Shimoetsu, Chuetsu, Joetsu, Sado, gusts such as tornadoes occur Japan Meteorological Agency
The Japan Meteorological Agency announced a tornado warning at 6:17 am, saying that gusts such as tornadoes are believed to have occurred in Shimoetsu, Chuetsu, Joetsu, and Sado in Niigata Prefecture.
"H2A" Rocket No. 47 to be launched today Equipped with a lunar probe etc.
The "H2A" rocket No. 47 equipped with the lunar probe "SLIM" aiming for Japan's first lunar landing will be launched from the Tanegashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture at 9:26 am on the 28th.
Basketball Men's World Cup Empty seat issue "Agreed to return and resell tickets"
FIBA = International Basketball Federation, which hosts the tournament due to the problem that tickets were sold out at the basketball men's World Cup, but there were many vacant seats, said, "Multiple companies holding tickets and returning unused tickets and selling them to the general public. We have agreed to that,” he said. In the match between Japan and Finland on the 27th, where tickets were resold, many spectators filled the seats that had been a problem with vacant seats.
Basketball Men's World Cup Japan reverses 18-point deficit and wins dramatic victory over Finland
Japan, ranked 36th in the world, played against Finland, ranked 24th in the world, in the men's basketball World Cup, which has the right to qualify for the Olympics. Japan's victory in the World Cup is the first in 17 years since they beat Panama in 2006 at the predecessor world championship.