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Typhoon No. 10 Ministry of Health and Labor To ensure the safety of facility occupants and the sanitation of evacuation centers
Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare, Kato, at the Disaster Countermeasures Headquarters of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare regarding Typhoon No. 10, to ensure the safety of residents such as medical facilities and social welfare facilities, and to ensure the sanitation of evacuation centers to prevent infection with the new coronavirus. I instructed to try.
3 LDP presidential candidate candidates stay in Tokyo due to typhoon response
The three secretary-generals, Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga, Chairman Kishida, and former secretary general Ishiba, who have announced their candidacy for the LDP presidential election announced on the 8th, will stay in Tokyo on the 6th as they responded to the typhoon. , Interviewed and called for support online.
Typhoon No. 10 Related Ministerial Meeting Prime Minister Abe Call for immediate action
A related ministerial meeting on Typhoon No. 10 was held, and Prime Minister Abe urged the people to take immediate action to save lives as the need for the utmost caution. I instructed them to respond immediately to all situations.
2 new parties to join the new party representatives
Representatives of the Constitutional Democratic Party, Mr. Edano, and the National Democratic Party's Chairman Izumi, who has announced his candidacy in the representative elections of the Constitutional Democratic Party and the National Democratic Party, are discussing the ideal way of managing the party at NHK's "Sunday Debate". We exchanged.
LDP election Mr. Suga's policy announcement Mr. Kishida and Mr. Ishiba Aim to increase local votes
In the LDP presidential election, Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga announced on the 5th night six policies including measures against the new coronavirus and vertically breaking down ministries. Meanwhile, Chairman Kishida and the former secretary general Ishiba will continue their efforts to increase the number of local votes.