The Minister will undergo treatment at home. No other patients from among those with whom the 61-year-old Hayashi met were found. Japan’s foreign minister is likely to remain home treated until June 11, Kyodo news agency reported.
In Japan, on May 31, more than 22 thousand new cases of coronavirus infection were detected, 39 patients lost their lives. Nevertheless, almost all quarantine restrictions have already been lifted in Japan. The government is only asking the public to continue to wear protective masks and only take them off outside while maintaining a two-meter distance from nearby passers-by.
Earlier, SM-News reported that Turkey has canceled PCR tests for entering the state through all border points since June 1.