Masahiro Nakai appeared on Fuji TV’s “Wide na Show” (Sunday at 10 am) on the 11th. With the announcement of the fourth state of emergency to Tokyo, I was worried about the impact on various places, saying, “I wonder how much physical strength I have at restaurants, sightseeing spots during the summer vacation,” and so on. In addition, Yasutoshi Nishimura, the minister in charge of economic revitalization, said that he would request liquor companies to refrain from dealing with stores. Minister Nishimura also said that the ban was banned at the press conference, but this is scary. ” Hiroshi Inuzuka, a lawyer who appeared on the program, explained, “Basically, the government takes the form of a request, but there is no legal basis.” Downtown Hitoshi Matsumoto said, “I don’t want to say this much, but Mr. Suga (Yoshihide), it’s Shimodo. I wonder if there is that too. I think he hasn’t come so much. I feel like I can’t drink.” I speculated that Prime Minister Suga might not understand the feelings of people who like drinking.