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Prime minister’s schedule on March 3, 2021

March 3, 2021

06:22 

Left the House of Representatives members’ dormitory in Tokyo’s Akasaka district. 

06:25 

Arrived at the Prime Minister’s Office [Kantei].  

06:31-07: 05 

Met with Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Naoki Okada. 

08:44 

Left the Kantei. 

08:46 

Arrived at the National Diet Building. 

08:48 

Entered the Upper House Committee Room No. 1. 

09:00 

The Upper House budget committee meeting commenced. 

11:54 

The Upper House budget committee meeting entered recess. 

11:55 

Left the room. 

11:57 

Left the building. 

11:59 

Arrived at the Kantei. 

12:52 

Left the Kantei. 

12:54 

Arrived at the National Diet Building. 

12: 56 

Entered Upper House Committee Room No. 1. 

13:00 

The Upper House budget committee meeting commenced. 

17:00 

The Upper House budget committee meeting adjourned. 

17:01 

Left the room. 

17:03 

Left the building. 

17:05 

Arrived at the Kantei. 

17:20-17: 28 

Handed over an official appointment as Cabinet Public Relations Secretary to Hikariko Ono. Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato, Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretaries Manabu Sakai, Okada, and Kazuhiro Sugita were present. 

17:29 

Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare Norihisa Tamura, Minister for Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Kazuyoshi Akaba, Kato, Minister in charge of Economic Revitalization Yasutoshi Nishimura, Assistant Chief Cabinet Secretary Takeshi Fujii, Special Advisor to the Prime Minister Hiroto Izumi, head of the novel coronavirus response office Manabu Yoshida, Vice-Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare Hideki Tarumi, and Chief Medical and Global Health Officer Yasumasa Fukushima entered the room. 

17:34 

Fujii, Izumi, Yoshida, Tarumi, and Fukushima left the room. 

18:05 

All left the room. 

18:27-18:35 

Gave an interview to media outlets. 

19: 43 

Left the Kantei. 

19: 48 

Arrived at the House of Representatives members’ dormitory in Tokyo’s Akasaka district. 

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