2022年02月22日

2月22日:毎日5分の英語習慣:エリザベス女王がコロナ感染 羽生結弦未練なし



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東京都の新規感染者数が4週間ぶりに1万人を下回る
日本:幼児へのコロナワクチン接種を開始
ウクライナにチャーター便:国民を脱出させる
岸田氏:ウクライナ危機でG7オンラインサミットに参加
北海道 東北で猛吹雪:公共交通機関に影響
豪:コアラやティムタムで観光客を全面受入れ開始
エリザベス女王がコロナ感染:症状は軽度
毎日新聞が創刊150周年を迎える
羽生結弦選手:北京に未練なし 将来を考える


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Tokyo logs under 10,000 new cases for 1st time in 4 weeks.
New cases of novel coronavirus infection in Tokyo came to 8,805, the Tokyo metropolitan government said Monday.
The figure was below 10,000 for the first time since Jan. 24, when there were 8,503 new cases.
Monday’s cases were also 1,529 fewer than the previous week.

Japan to start COVID vaccinations for children.
Japan's government will start shipping coronavirus vaccines this week to municipalities and medical facilities, for use by children aged between five and 11.
Vaccinations for that age group will be officially included in the public inoculation program on Monday.
The government plans to deliver a total of about 12 million doses of coronavirus vaccine nationwide through May. Inoculations are expected to begin in some areas as early as this month.

Japan arranges chartered flight to get its citizens out of Ukraine.
Japan has arranged a chartered flight to evacuate Japanese expatriates from Ukraine in the face of escalating tensions with Russia, the government said on Feb. 21.
Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno announced the evacuation arrangement, which would fly from nearby countries, adding that about 120 Japanese remained in Ukraine as of Feb. 19.

Japan's Kishida to join virtual G-7 summit over Ukraine crisis.
Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will join a virtual meeting of the Group of Seven industrialized nations this week in an effort to defuse tensions over Ukraine, which is under threat of a possible invasion by Russia, the Japanese government said Monday.
Kishida vowed to resolve the crisis in coordination with the G-7 and other members of the international community, telling a Diet session, "While the situation remains critical, Japan will continue to make diplomatic efforts with other countries to ease tensions."

Blizzard batters public transport in Hokkaido, Tohoku.
A crippling snowstorm buried many parts of the Hokkaido and Tohoku regions on Feb. 21, paralyzing the local transportation system and causing a multiple vehicle pile-up on a major expressway.
Hokkaido Railway Co. announced that it would suspend train services the entire day in the Sapporo area.
As of 10:50 a.m. on Feb. 21, 971 trains, including all local limited trains, were out of service.

Australia welcomes back tourists with toy koalas, Tim Tams.
International tourists and business travelers began arriving in Australia with few restrictions on Monday, bringing together families in tearful reunions after separations of two years or longer forced by some of the most draconian pandemic measures of any democracy in the world.
Australia closed its borders to tourists in March 2020 in a bid to reduce the local spread of COVID-19, but on Monday removed its final travel restrictions for fully vaccinated passengers.

Queen Elizabeth II tests positive for COVID; mild symptoms.
Queen Elizabeth II tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday and is experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms, Buckingham Palace said, adding that she still plans to carry on working. The diagnosis prompted concern and get-well wishes from across Britain's political spectrum for the famously stoic 95-year-old.
Britain's longest-reigning monarch and a fixture in the life of the nation, the queen reached the milestone of 70 years on the throne on Feb. 6. She will turn 96 on April 21.

Mainichi Shimbun marks 150th anniversary as Japan's oldest existing daily newspaper.
The Mainichi Shimbun marked its 150th anniversary on Feb. 21, after recording history through Japan's Meiji, Taisho, Showa and Heisei eras and the current Reiwa era.
The newspaper printed its first edition in Tokyo as the Tokyo Nichi-Nichi Shimbun in 1872, the fifth year of the Meiji era, making it the newspaper with the longest history as an existing daily in Japan. Below are some of the milestones in the paper's 150-year history, accompanied by a timeline.

Olympics: Hanyu mulls future as he leaves Beijing with no regrets.
Yuzuru Hanyu took the ice one last time here on Feb. 20 with no medal on the line this time in the Exhibition Gala, which allows skaters to put on a show for their fans.
Afterward, it was an upbeat Hanyu, 27, who gave no indication if this would be his final Olympics or competition. His fourth-place finish on Feb. 10 left him off the podium at the Beijing Olympics. 
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