The Prime Minister of Japan apologized to the members of the Assembly for going to the nightclub
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s prime minister has apologized to government coalition members for going to a nightclub without following Corona virus SOPs.
According to a foreign news agency, members of Japan’s coalition government reached the nightclub ignoring the government’s orders on the corona virus, on which Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga apologized to the public in parliament.
At a time when the government itself is urging people to get out after 8 a.m. and avoid unnecessary travel, some members of the ruling coalition went to a nightclub, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said in a statement to parliament. I apologize for the inconvenience.
It should be noted that due to the increasing cases of Corona virus in Japan, the government has declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and all hotels, restaurants and bars in the country have been requested to close shops at 8 o’clock.