Japan's Suga government surrounded by the spread of Corona virus, opposition surrounded by opinion poll
With a new public opinion poll, many believed that the government was slow to deal with the new wave of infection. Opposition lawmakers demanded that they answer questions about the Covid-19 crisis and the Tokyo Olympics beginning in Japan.
With the spread of the Corona epidemic in Japan, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga faced renewed pressure on Monday to deal with the epidemic. With a new public opinion poll, many believed that the government was slow to deal with the new wave of infection. This survey shows the apathy of the government. After this survey, politics in Japan has become hot. Opposition MPs expressed disappointment with Suga's leadership. He demanded that he answer questions about the Covid-19 crisis and the Tokyo Olympics starting in Japan.
Japanese Prime Minister Suga is struggling between the Olympics and the third wave of the corona virus starting on July 23. In this survey, the current government of Japan is showing a steady decline in its support. In a telephone survey, 80 percent of respondents were slow to declare a state of emergency in an outbreak of corona virus. On the other hand, critics say that Prime Minister Suga took a long time to stop domestic tourism. This indifference caused rapid spread of the virus. It was believed to be a major cause of virus spread.
There was a rapid expansion in the number of Corona patients as tourism was not banned. This contributed to the increase in the number of corona patients. On the other hand, the government says that the decision on domestic tourism was reasonable on the basis of the data of infection. A total of 3,65,723 cases of corona virus have been reported in Japan. So far 5,120 people have died from the virus. Suga said that the government would not consider raising the state of emergency, despite a drop in cases in Tokyo. Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura said that even if there are less than 500 cases a day in Tokyo, the government will not end the emergency.