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  • now Japan has emerged from 10 weeks of coronavirus restrictions just in time for the peak of the annual cherry blossom viewing season.

    現在,日本已經從10周的冠狀病毒限制中脫穎而出,正好趕上一年一度的櫻花觀賞季節的高峰期。

  • Normally, crowds would flock to parks to enjoy the splendor.

    平時,人群會湧向公園,享受精彩。

  • However, this year officials are asking people to refrain from organizing cherry blossom parties due to the pandemic.

    不過,今年官方要求民眾不要因為疫情而舉辦櫻花派對。

  • Rupert Wingfield Hayes has More from Tokyo It's hard to overstate just how much Japanese people really love cherry blossom season.

    魯珀特-溫菲爾德-海斯(Rupert Wingfield Hayes)有更多來自東京的消息,很難誇大日本人對櫻花季節的喜愛程度。

  • It is called sakura here, and it is a symbol of Japan.

    這裡叫櫻花,它是日本的象徵。

  • And it's also a sign for Japanese people that it is the end of winter.

    而對於日本人來說,這也是冬天結束的標誌。

  • And it's time to go out and enjoy yourself.

    而現在是時候出去享受一下了。

  • In the spring sunshine, you can see all the people behind me here, taking photographs, enjoying themselves.

    在春日的陽光下,你可以看到我這身後的人都在拍照,在享受。

  • It's also this year particularly poignant because we're coming to the end of a third wave of covid.

    今年也特別令人感慨,因為我們即將迎來第三波科維德的結束。

  • We're just coming out of 10 weeks of a state of emergency where people haven't really been able to go out and enjoy themselves.

    我們剛從10周的緊急狀態中走出來,人們還沒有真正能夠走出去,享受自己的生活。

  • But you can see from these orange fences here that people have been told there must not be any cherry blossom parties.

    但是從這裡的這些橙色的圍欄可以看出,人們已經被告知一定不會有什麼櫻花聚會。

  • And normally, on a day like this, a beautiful, sunny afternoon with the cherry blossoms in full bloom, there would be thousands and thousands of people out under these trees with their friends enjoying themselves, eating and getting very, very drunk.

    而通常,在這樣的日子裡,一個美麗的、陽光明媚的下午,櫻花盛開,會有成千上萬的人在這些樹下和他們的朋友一起享受,吃東西,喝得非常非常醉。

  • Uh, the Japanese government has said that must not happen.

    呃,日本政府已經說了,絕對不能發生。

  • For the second year in a row, Sakura parties, as they are called here, have been band.

    連續兩年,這裡所說的櫻花派對,已經是帶。

  • And the reason is, although the covid rate here is coming down and has come down dramatically in the last few weeks, it is not low enough, and the government is still very worried that if people come out here and get drunk, there could be 1/4 way.

    而原因是,雖然這裡的covid率在下降,並且在過去幾周內大幅下降,但還不夠低,政府仍然非常擔心,如果人們來到這裡喝醉,可能會有1/4的方式。

now Japan has emerged from 10 weeks of coronavirus restrictions just in time for the peak of the annual cherry blossom viewing season.

現在,日本已經從10周的冠狀病毒限制中脫穎而出,正好趕上一年一度的櫻花觀賞季節的高峰期。

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