“In order to ensure that my health is safe, I had a physical examination the day before yesterday. I want to get back to work from now on and continue to work hard. ” Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ended his three-day holiday on the 19th local time and responded to the incident of entering the hospital on the 17th in an interview with reporters. According to NHK on the 19th, Abe entered the prime minister’s residence at about 13:30 p.m. local time and resumed work. According to the report, after entering the prime minister’s residence, a reporter asked about Abe’s current physical condition. Abe replied: “in order to ensure that my health is safe, I received a medical examination the day before yesterday. I want to get back to work from now on and continue to work hard. ” Subsequently, Abe also received reports from relevant provincial and provincial government officials on the infection situation of the new crown epidemic and other issues, and negotiated Countermeasures in response to the relevant reports, NHK said. According to reports, regarding Abe’s health problems, when he was interviewed by a press group in Tokyo on the 19th, the speaker of Japan’s house of representatives said, “although it should not be said by outsiders about Prime Minister Abe’s physical condition, he will come to the prime minister’s residence every day to work hard. After a little rest, he can continue to lead us to deal with the new epidemic situation, which is the most important thing Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe entered the hospital on the 17th and left about seven hours later. Speculation about his health condition has continued in the past two days. Japanese media “j-cast” quoted a media related source on the 18th, saying that “Abe will resign on the 24th, and Taro Aso, deputy prime minister, may serve as interim Prime Minister”. For the rumor, experts said that “it may be false news”, but did not completely deny it. Some Japanese netizens believed that the rumor was “completely joking”.