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About Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

印刷用ページを表示する掲載日:2020年12月28日更新

The number of people who were infected with the disease has been increasing. Also, winter is the season when the flu and a cold spread. Please be sure to take the following precautions.

If you feel you have a cold, call a hospital first!

(1) If you have any of the following symptoms, please be sure to consult your family doctor by phone.
-You have cold symptoms such as a cough or a fever.
-You have difficulty breathing.
-You have severe fatigue.
※If you don't know which hospital to call, please call the consultation center. They will tell you which hospital you should go to.

The following people are particularly susceptible to becoming seriously ill. Please contact the consultation center immediately.
-Senior citizens
-Those with underlying conditions including diabetes, heart conditions, and respiratory conditions (COPD, etc.) as well as those undergoing dialysis
- Those taking immunosuppressant, anticancer, or similar drugs
- Pregnant women

(2) If you don't feel well due to common illness, not COVID-19, please go to hospital. Don't put up with it.

Hiroshima Prefecture takes "Intensive Measures to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19" from December 12 to January 17.

During the year-end and New Year holidays, please don't go to Hiroshima City, Hatsukaichi City, Fuchu Cho, Kaita Cho and Saka Cho from the other cities and towns and also to the other cities and towns from Hiroshima City, Hatsukaichi City, Fuchu Cho, Kaita Cho and Saka Cho as much as possible.
Please don't go to areas where  a  large number of people were infected with the disease as much as possible. We kindly ask for your cooperation.
Please click here<外部リンク> for more information about "Intensive Measures to Prevent the Spread of COVID-19."

Where to contact

Consultation Center (Public Health Center)
Tel.: 082-513-2567 (Every day / 24 hours)

Onomichishi Kenko Suishinka (Health Promotion Division)
Tel.: 0848-24-1961 (Weekdays: from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.)

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare Call Center
Tel.: 0120-565-653 (Every day: from 9:00 a.m.  to 9:00 p.m.)

If you don't speak Japanese, please call below.

Hiroshima International Center
Tel.: 0120-783-806 (From Monday to Friday except national holidays: from 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.)
                            (Every Saturday: from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.)
Supported languages: English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Portuguese, Indonesian, Thai, Spanish, Nepali

JNTO (Japan National Tourism Organization)
Tel.: 050-3816-2787 (24 hours / 365 days)
Supported languages: English, Chinese, Korean

Prevention

●Keep 2 meters(at least 1 meter) from others.

●Wear a mask when you go out and talk with others. Cover your mouth and nose with a mask or tissues etc. when you cough and sneeze, and wash your hands well after that.

●Wash your hands well with soup or alcohol when you return home and before cooking and eating.

●Avoid the “Three Cs”! (Closed spaces with poor ventilation, Crowded places with many people nearby and Close-contatct settings such as close-range conversation).


Please click here<外部リンク> for more information about the infection prevention.
There are four requests from Hiroshima Prefecture.
Please click here<外部リンク> for more information.

Also, there are requests about festivals and events.
Please click here<外部リンク>

Systems  to support people in trouble

There are some other systems to support people in trouble due to the spread of COVID-19.
For more information, please see the file below.

Systems to support people in trouble [PDFファイル/167KB]

 

※You can see the latest information on COVID-19 on the websites of Hiroshima Prefecture and  "Live in Hiroshima."

https://www.pref.hiroshima.lg.jp/site/2019-ncov/#m05<外部リンク>

https://live-in-hiroshima.jp/kinkyu/<外部リンク>

 

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