[www.globegroup.com] Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe entered the hospital for seven hours yesterday (17th). According to Kyodo news on the 18th, people related to the prime minister’s official residence said: “this is to ensure that there is no loss in health management after his vacation.” According to Kyodo news agency, Abe ushered in the last day of the three-day summer vacation on the 18th. Abe received a one-day physical examination in a hospital in Tokyo on the 17th. On the morning of 18th, he took a rest in fugu’s private house in Tokyo. I plan to spend the afternoon in my private house. The report said that at present, the government and the ruling party are still worried about Abe’s health status in response to the new epidemic. The prime minister’s residence did not introduce the results of Abe’s physical examination. According to Kyodo news agency, Abe has not arranged any official business since the 16th and ended on the 18th as a “short summer vacation”. He is expected to listen to reports on the new epidemic situation in his official residence on the 19th. < p > < p > Yamaguchi Najin, the leader of the Gongming party, said at a press conference on the 18th that “the prime minister did not rest and continued to work. It is estimated that he has always been nervous and overworked.” he expressed concern that health management is also very important. Some LDP officials also said: “I hope (the prime minister) will have a good rest at home on the 18th.” Abe stayed in a hospital in Tokyo for about 7.5 hours on the 17th. “This is to ensure the safety of health management after the end of his vacation,” the official residence official said on his one-day physical examination Hospital officials said that this is June 13 Abe received regular physical examination “additional examination.”. It is reported that Abe resigned due to the deterioration of chronic ulcerative colitis in 2007 during Abe’s first cabinet. Since the establishment of the second cabinet in 2012, it has undertaken heavy work due to the effect of drugs.