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Now is four thirty three welcome to the seventh of April it's a new day and it's a fresh washed world and we do have lingering chance of showers in the North Bay this morning but otherwise we're gonna have some dry and getting into some mild temperatures later on this week our next chance of precipitation is coming up in the middle of next week but for the rest of starting today and then really tomorrow and through the weekend we're gonna have some mild temperatures getting up into the mid seventies today though sixty to grease will be the high in San Francisco sixty two in Santa Rosa's and in Oakland sixty four in Concord in San Jose at noon we do expect to Kerry once again live coverage of governor Gavin Newsom's press conference that'll be all here on KQED public radio for the latest information and updates about the coronavirus go to KQED dot org hi Cynthia good morning the time now is for thirty four support for NPR comes from this station and from T. Rowe price offering a strategic investing approach with a long term perspective aimed at helping investors feel confident through a variety of market conditions since nineteen thirty seven T. Rowe price invest with confidence and from legalzoom allowing people to remotely set up documents like wills and trusts legalzoom is network of independent attorneys can also provide guidance over the phone more on a state plans is at legalzoom dot com it's morning edition from NPR news I'm David Greene and I'm no well king good morning Japan declared a state of emergency today in and around its two biggest cities now the Japanese government says this is not a locked down and that the country will still function at the moment to pan only has about four thousand cases of covert nineteen but that number is going up and here's Anthony kun has been following all of this from Seoul in South Korea Hey Anthony you know so what powers does the government have now that it's declared a state of emergency well I won't V. M. the emergency will cover the capital Tokyo and the second city Osaka and five prefectures and surround surround them and it'll go into effect tonight and lasts for about a month and the main thing is that it gives these professional governments the power to request residents to stay home and request businesses to stay.