Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe returned to his daily work after a three-day vacation on the 19th local time. His medical examination has raised concerns about his health in Japan. Japanese media pointed out that there will be a series of tests waiting for him.
novel coronavirus pneumonia has been reported in Japan for nearly 1000 cases in recent days, according to 19 reports from Japan’s current affairs agency. In recent days, there has been no omen of the epidemic mitigation. The government issued the mask and tourism subsidy measures have also caused a certain degree of confusion, and have been attacked by opposition parties and the media. Meanwhile, Japan’s GDP in the second quarter, announced by the Japanese government on the 17th, showed the largest decline since records, with a month on month decline of 7.8% and an annual rate of 27.8%. This series of problems are the next test Abe needs to face. According to the report, Japan will hold an interim parliament this autumn, when the opposition parties are bound to ask Abe to explain the government’s anti epidemic measures. The LDP was also scheduled to adjust cabinet members and important positions in the party in September, which need Abe’s decision. Abe will become Japan’s longest serving prime minister on June 24, but there is no excitement within the government. Japan’s chief cabinet secretary, Mr. Kan Yiwei, said on television on the 18th that he would persuade Abe to take a weekend off every weekend recently, but Abe refused his proposal. In response to Abe’s medical examination on the 17th, Kan explained that it was set at the beginning of the year, but did not mention the details of Abe’s health. On the afternoon of the 19th, when Abe arrived at the prime minister’s residence, he explained that he had to undergo a medical examination, “in order to ensure that there was no problem with my health management, I received the examination the day before yesterday. When I get back to work, I will continue to work hard. (overseas net king Xiluo)