Information on COVID-19 infection in Oizumi

On March 1st (Mon.), 4 case(s) which tested positive for COVID-19 was(were) confirmed newly by the PCR test or etc. 

For more details, please visit the web-site of Gunma Prefecture or Facebook of One-Stop Consultation Center for Foreign Residents of Gunma.

Gunma prefecture is asking all residents to refrain from unnecessary outing and asking restaurants to shorten their business hours.  
The town issued its own declaration of a state of emergency from January 11th and is asking you to take infection prevention measures. In addition, public facilities are suspending use. 

Preventing everyone from becoming infected will help prevent the spread of infection.
Thank you for your cooperation.

Information of Infected Patients in Oizumi

By cooperating with Gunma Prefecture, Oizumi Town takes appropriate actions and provided information continuously. Since cases which tested positive are being confirmed in Gunma from day to day, please cooperate to prevent the spread of COVID-19 continuously such as avoiding 3Cs (Closed Spaces, Crowded Places, Close-Contact-Setting), wearing a face mask, and keeping coughing manners.

Average number of patients who were tested positive in one week

1.0 (as of Mar./01/2021) Declaration of a state of emergency

For inhabitants

Wrongful discrimination,  prejudices, bullying, or etc. related to COVID-19 have been reported. Those behavior are forgiven. Please do NOT be misled by uncertain information such as gossips and/or fake news, and make an effort to do dispassionate actions.

Inspection and Medical Treatment against COVID-19

Expense of the PCR test is free of charge when you are suspected as a patient of COVID-19, and expense of the medical treatment is also free of charge when the test positive was confirmed.

So, when you have fever and coughing, please talk to medical institutions without patience even though you do not have enough money..

Temporary Loan System for living expenses is available for households who are struggling for their living expenses by COVID-19.

For details, please visit the web-site of “Temporary Loan Emergency Funds”.