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10/14 President Macron introduced a curfew (implemented from 10/17 0:00) in order to strengthen countermeasures in response to the worsening infection situation of the new coronavirus. Time zone / period: It is prohibited to go out from 21:00 to 6:00 the next morning. It will be at least 4 weeks from 10/17, and in some cases 6 weeks. https://www.emitravel.n… For details, please see our website "Current state of Paris" on the left.
Since October, the number of people infected with the new coronavirus has been increasing rapidly in Moscow. On October 14, the number of new Moscow infections was 4,573. The number of infected people per day has exceeded 14,200 throughout Russia. It was the highest number of infected people in the day since spring.
State of the local city
From October 5th, the Moscow school will be closed for two weeks due to the influence of the new coronavirus. The Moscow Municipal Government has decided that online classes will be held again in middle and high schools from the 19th. We have strengthened the rules for working from home for companies. Until the 28th, at least 30% of employees were instructed to work from home. However, theaters, museums and cafes are still open.
Consideration for tours
On October 14th, we received good news from Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin. The Russian government has decided to resume international air service with Russia and Japan from November 1. So far, three flights a week are planned, but more information has not yet been released.
In Japan, it was reported that Madrid was restricted from moving, but as long as you don't go out of the city, you are free to shop and eat out. Due to restrictions on the number of users and shortening of business hours, the number of newly infected people has been flat recently. We are working to prevent the spread of infection without stopping economic activities.
The Kamaldori Monastery is located on the highest hill in Naples, 485 meters above sea level.
Designed by the then popular architect Domenico Fontana at the end of the 14th century, it has been a place of prayer and labor in remote nature. You can still see the sisters who live in faith.
The interior of the church, decorated in the late Renaissance-Baroque style, is also spectacular, but the main attraction here is probably the view from the observatory.
Beyond the messy city of Naples, you'll want to take panoramic views of Mount Vesuvius, the Sorrento Peninsula, Capri and Ischia, Nisida overhanging the sea, Pozzuoli and Bahia.
Live camera on Ponte delle Guglier, Venice, Italy
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As of September 28, 2020, the number of infected people in St. Petersburg, Russia 42494 (+237 from the previous day)
Number of people released from quarantine 28810 (+119 from the previous day)
Number of deaths 2894 (+0 compared to the previous day)
The northern city of "St. Petersburg" has already fallen below 10 degrees in the morning and evening and has begun to be dyed in "golden autumn".
The number of passengers on tourist boats that go around the canal has decreased.
The "Summer Garden" and "Mikhailovsky Garden", where tourists stop by when exploring the city,
Carpets of fallen leaves already.
Watch the dead leaves dance in the wind, and inhale the faint fragrant scent into your chest.
It's strange that even if you're not Russian writer Pushkin, you'll feel like a passage from "poetry."
For old couples in front and lovers who eat steaming corn
I feel the importance of modest happiness more than usual.
A state of the tourist spot The "Church of the Savior on the Blood" whose central dome is being restored.
There is an admission limit for every 60 people for 30 minutes, and masks are required.
The exterior is a bit disappointing, but the gorgeous tiles inside are great and entertaining tourists.
The situation improves day by day, number of infected people decreases. There are still same restrictions on force (mandatory wearing of masks in public transport and closed facilities, physical distance of 1.5-2m etc.).
On the streets of Belgrade everything looks normal. You can check few pictures from city center during last weekend.
The Santa Lucia district of Naples is lined with luxury hotels and has a beautiful panoramic view of Ovo Castle and Mount Vesuvius overhanging the sea.
The coastal street, which was always crowded with walkers and tourists, disappeared during the lockdown, and the scenery was very sad for the Naples.
After the lockdown was unlocked, people began to come out, and with the arrival of summer, vacationers from within the euro area began to come.
However, after 6 pm, it is mandatory to wear a mask even outdoors (where people gather), so it is a quiet and calm atmosphere, probably because you can not get into the usual chat.
In restaurants and cafeterias, the tables are spaced apart, and waiters and cooks, of course, wear masks.
It may be the way they have survived the history of thousands of years of change that seems to be accepting the hardships, even though everyone is attending in a long and difficult situation.
This is an announcement of the status of the Finnish coronavirus.
The number of infected people is about 15 to 100 per day, and the number of deaths is 0 to 1 per day. There are 562 infected people during the two weeks.
According to the Finnish government, movement restrictions will be gradually lifted if the number of infected people in each country does not exceed 25 per 100,000 within two weeks.
In immigration restrictions, a so-called "signal system" is used. The signaling system divides all countries into three groups.
① Green Group There are no restrictions on the Green Group. In other words, all trips such as sightseeing, business, and schooling are possible. There is no need for quarantine.
(2) Yellow Group Although it is possible to enter the country due to commercial, school attendance, or other urgent personal circumstances, the government strongly recommends 14 days of voluntary quarantine. Sightseeing is not possible.
③ Red Group Only entry into Japan due to urgent personal circumstances is possible. The government highly recommends 14 days of voluntary quarantine. Sightseeing, business trips, school attendance, etc. are all impossible.
Japan will be moved to the Green Group from September 19th, so Japanese residents are free to travel to Finland.
The above movement restrictions are valid until October 18th.
Moscow has also recently been infected. The number of newly infected people with the new coronavirus confirmed on the 16th was 750. With this, the number of infected people in Tokyo has exceeded 273,000. The number of recoverers was 232,000. The second wave is expected to come after September 20th, but you may do your best to avoid the "second wave" if you continue to defend your mask and social distance.
Moscow people gradually return to normal life. The theater, movie theater, and concert hall have resumed activities, but masks and temperature checks are required before admission. Ticket prices are a little higher because the spectators sit one seat at a time to prevent virus infection.
The new semester begins in September, and students will take offline classes for the first time in five months.
The North River Terminal was reopened in early September after a 10-year renovation. The terminal was built in Stalinist architecture in 1937 and is reminiscent of a ship. A unique place for the Moscow Canal cruise experience. Those who are not interested in cruises can dine at the Restra in the terminal while enjoying the view of the Moskva River.
On Monday (September 14th), all the classmates were there for the first time in a while.
School was a fun place before! In Italy, children hugged a lot with their friends, especially boys playing against each other.
I'm very happy to finally meet my school friends this time, but it's very different from my previous school life. .. ..
Children playing indoors during the lockdown and large outdoors during the summer didn't have to worry too much about the virus. Now that school has begun, we have to face new rules (friend distance, masks, silent meals, etc.).
Despite the confusion, I remember that children are more prepared to live with the virus.
The number of infected people is still increasing little by little, but let's do our best to continue our current school life by washing our hands and disinfecting them diligently!
Let's try to have a healthy body and mind every day.
Situation is practically the same as in previous days and same measures are on force. It is still obligatory to wear a mask in closed facilities and in public transportation, to keep a physical distance of 1.5 - 2 m, ban on gathering more then 10 people indoors etc.
You can see few pictures from the city center of Belgrade in the evening...
The number of newly infected people was a record daily, 720 people / day yesterday. Unlike spring, most infected people are now younger, with an average age of 26. Therefore, there are few deaths and many young people pass the disease without symptoms, but older people are at higher risk of transmitting Viels. Currently, there are 6,200 certified infected people, of which about 60%, or about 3,720, are residents of Budapest. It is said that the actual number of infected people (those who have not been diagnosed or tested) is about 15 to 20 times that number, and according to mathematicians, one out of 30 people in the capital Budapest is infected. Masks are worn indoors (in shops, offices, etc.). If you do not mask by public transportation, you will be fined 8000 forint (about 3000 yen), so please be careful if you are stationed.
It's okay to have some weather in Naples today!
Although it is a new type of coronavirus whose convergence is difficult to predict, for many Italians, the summer time spent by the sea is a source of energy. Many people have given up on overseas vacations this year, but the nearby beaches are a great success.
The tanned people have their beach beds on the shores, and they turn around like sunflowers and sunbathe all day long so that they can hit the sun better.
This landscape gradually calms down in September and returns to the original quiet beach.
Situation with epidemic is getting better and there are less infected last few days. The measures that are on force haven`t changed and there is still obligatory to wear a mask in closed facilities and in public transportation, to keep a physical distance of 1.5 - 2 m, ban on gathering more then 10 people indoors.
The opening of museums and museums was permitted in St. Petersburg from July 6th, and the opening of the museum has started gradually (from July 7th in Dostoevsky Museum, July 8th in Russian Museum, and July 14th in Kunst Camera Museum). The Hermitage Museum, one of the three major museums in the world, is expected to open a little later.
St. Petersburg in the northwestern part of Russia has entered a season called the velvet season. It's a season when the cool, refreshing air that makes you feel autumn is amid the gentle sunshine. From this week, the new semester has begun and the town has become more lively.
It was rather cloudy and rainy last week, and a wet southerly wind was blowing.
As a result, the sea was a little rough, but the children during the summer vacation were still playing.
Due to the fragile weather, the traffic was reduced, but everyone was still enjoying the coffee at the outdoor seats of the cafe.
Although there are various restrictions on COVID-19, we are trying to do as much as possible by holding various events outdoors.
Since a film festival using the ancient Roman amphitheater is now held, we were preparing for TV coverage such as TV station early in the morning, and at the park there was a book fair and events for children in the park. Is being done.
Although the number of summer vacation tourists has declined, many people still enjoy sunbathing and swimming on the beach.
With the announcement at 2:00 pm on August 26th, the number of new cases of new coronavirus in Croatia has reached a record high of +358 compared to the previous day.
Along with this, new measures have been introduced for 14 days from today on all parts of Split-Dalmatia, such as Split Trogir, where new infections are concentrated in the Citizens' Protection Headquarters of Croatia. The other prefectures are currently unchanged.
Below are the announcements from the Japanese Embassy in Zagreb.
○ On August 26, the Croatian Civil Protection Headquarters decided to apply the following measures to all of Split-Dalmatia Province for 14 days from midnight on the 27th.
(1) In indoor eating and drinking facilities, it is mandatory to wear a mask except when eating or drinking.
(2) The number of guests who can participate in the wedding is limited to 50.
(3) Others The maximum number of guests at a private ceremony is 20.
(4) The maximum number of people who can attend the funeral is 50. Post-funeral meetings are prohibited and no condolences may be expressed in any manner that involves physical contact.
(5) At all social events (assemblies, performances, masses, ceremonies, exhibitions and other public events), it is obligatory to comply with the prescribed epidemiological measures, and indoor events include wearing a mask and 2 meters. It is mandatory to secure the above physical distance.
(6) Event organizers and restaurant owners are obliged to strictly supervise compliance with the prescribed epidemiological measures.
(7) The gym, fitness center and other recreation facilities will be closed.
(8) Sports competitions can only be held by non-spectators.
(9) Visiting elderly care facilities and other social welfare facilities is prohibited. In addition, it is recommended that these facilities perform shift work as much as possible.
Recently, the number of infected people is increasing. I think that lockdown will not be done in the future, but there are strict restrictions on the opening time of restaurants and shops depending on the island and region.
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It has a very peaceful atmosphere. We have started to see many individual customers from Europe enjoying leisurely shopping.
There are restrictions on admission to ruins and museums, but there are not so many tourists, so you can enter smoothly.
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It is compulsory to wear a mask at ruins, museums, and inside cars.
This is a notification regarding the status of the Finnish coronavirus.
The number of infected people is approximately 11 to 43 per day, and the number of dead people is 0 to 1 per day. There are 358 infected people within 2 weeks.
Immigration restrictions have changed. The so-called "signal system" has begun. The signaling system divides all countries into three groups.
① Green Group There are no restrictions on the Green Group. In other words, all trips such as sightseeing, business and school are possible. There is no need to quarantine.
(2) Yellow Group Although it is possible to enter the country due to business, school attendance, or other urgent personal circumstances, the government is strongly encouraged to voluntarily quarantine for 14 days. Tourism is not possible.
③ Red Group is only available for entry due to urgent personal circumstances. It is highly recommended by the government for 14 days of voluntary isolation. Sightseeing, business trips and school attendance are all impossible.
Since Japan has moved to the Red Group since August 24th, it is only possible to enter Japan for urgent personal circumstances.
The Finnish government checks and reports immigration restrictions every two weeks.
Britain and Austria suddenly put Croatia on the Red List (subject to voluntary quarantine for 14 days after returning to Japan), causing a slight return rush and making the city quite quiet. Yesterday there was a report in the news that it took more than 10 hours to cross the Austrian border.
However, the new school year in Europe begins in September, so there are still summer vacation guests from Germany and Poland.
The city of Pula itself is quite peaceful and we spend our days as usual except for public transportation and indoor facilities.