(9/07)Tokyo today about COVID-19

 

 

***  This article is written with the help of Google Translate… ***

 

 

 

77 ( -39 from the day before) new infections confirmed in Tokyo.

 

 

 

 

◆◆◆ Japan ◆◆◆

 

(Today)

Number of people infected nationwide :  293 ( -158) 

Number of people deaths nationwide :  11 ( +3

Number of people infected in Tokyo :  77 ( -39

 *( )= increase  from the day before

 

(Cumulative)

Number of people infected nationwide : 73,033 ( +282)

Number of people deaths nationwide : 1393 ( +11

Number of hospital discharges : 63,195 (+460)

 *( )= increase  from the day before

 

Number of seriously ill persons nationwide :  209 ( -2

 

(Other)

Narita Airport Quarantine : 5 ( +1 / Total 980)

  *( )= increase  from the day before

 

 (*All of the above from 2020/09/07 20:57 / NHK NEWS WEB)

 

 

 

(Cumulative) * The following is up to 10 worst prefectures.

(*2020/09/07 20:57 / NHK NEWS WEB)

▽東京都 (Tokyo)          21,849人 (前日+ 77人)
▽大阪府 (Osaka)           9088人 (前日+ 45人)
▽神奈川県 (Kanagawa)    5459人 (前日+ 29人)
▽福岡県 (Fukuoka)          4817人 (前日+  –人)*Postponed tomorrow due to typhoon
▽愛知県 (Aichi)              4730人 (前日+  21人)
▽埼玉県 (Saitama)          4133人 (前日+ 14人)
▽千葉県 (Chiba)            3211人 (前日+  14人)
▽兵庫県 (Hyogo)            2260人 (前日+    6人)
▽沖縄県 (Okinawa)         2229人 (前日+ 19人)
▽北海道 (Hokkaido)        1834人 (前日+  6人)

*( )= increase  from the day before

 

 

◆◆◆ World ◆◆◆

 

(Cumulative)

Number of people infected nationwide : 27,315,722 ( +218,310)

Number of people deaths nationwide : 893,501 ( +8,818)

Number of hospital discharges: 19,385,123 ( +171,670)

( All of the above from 2020/09/07 21:41 worldometers) 

*( )= increase  from the day before

 

 

 

The number of new infections in Tokyo is always Monday, when the number of new infections is low, but it has finally decreased to 77!

 

Rather, today’s numbers in Japan are a different dimension!

I am surprised that there are too few!

 

Today, I’m glad that both Tokyo and Japan as a whole have few new cases of infection!

 

 

Well, I will summarize

the breakdown of the number of new infections in Tokyo + α …!

 

 

Out of [77] new infections in Tokyo

 

・Today’s newly infected people are men and women in their under10 to 80s

 

[36] people is in their 20s to 30s

  (about 47% of the total)

[26] people is in their 40s to 50s

  (about 34% of the total)

     *under10 : [3] people
     *10s : [0] people  ←←← 0 person!
     *20s : [19] people
     *30s : [17] people
     *40s : [11] people
     *50s : [15] people
     *60s : [7] people
     *70s : [4] people
     *80s : [1] people
     *90s : [0] people
     *over100 : [0] person

 

[N/A] people is

  in 『the entertainment district at night』

  →Employees and guests such as host clubs and cabaret clubs

 

Infection at home [15] people

Infection at office [13] people

Infection at a dinner with friends and acquaintances [N/A] people

Infection in the facility [N/A] people

Infection via other routes [3] people

 

・Governor Koike seems to say, “Be careful, because experts point out that the rate of decline is still slow.”

 

***  Information on people under medical treatment in Tokyo  ***

Number of hospitalized : 1305 ( -8)

Number of seriously ill :  24 ( -3)

Home medical treatment :  454 ( -1)

Hotel medical treatment : 206 ( -15

Adjusting for “hospitalization or hotel or home treatment” :  341 ( -106)

People discharged from hospital or

those who have completed medical treatment at home:19,171 ( +204)

 *( )= increase  from the day before

 

Net increase in infected people in Tokyo

 = (Number of new infections)

   - (Number of people who completed medical treatment)

   - (Number of deaths)

  77人 - 204人 - 3

 = -130 people

 

Estimated total number of infected people in Tokyo as of today

 = (Number of positives)

   - (end of medical treatment period such as discharge)

   - (Number of deaths)

  21,849人 - 19,171人 - 372

 = 2,306 people

 

*Tokyo currently has 8 facilities for infected people

 (Capacity of 2400 people)

 

* A hospital in Tokyo has secured 2350 beds (+150 beds for critically ill patients).

 → Aim to secure 2,700 beds.

* In addition, we will open two specialized hospitals from September to October, and plan to add another 200 beds.

 

*The hotels are that,

“the b Hachiouji”, “the b Ikebukuro”, “DayniceHOTEL Tokyo”,

“Toyoko INN Shinjukukabukicho”, “Toyoko INN Tokyo Station Shinoohashimae”

“Shinagawa Prince Hotel (East Tower)”,

“APA Hotel Asakusa Taharamachi Ekimae (8/13 added)”,

“Tokyo Toranomon Tokyu REI Hotel (8/17 added)”

* 東京都福祉保健局 *3施設追加|東京都

 

*The source of the total number of infected persons is from 東京都

 

 

 

Rich contacts [39] people

   (about 50% of the total)

Unknown infection route [38] people

    (about 50% of the total)

 

 

 

Quarantine at the airport

  Arriving at Narita Airport,

    →Men from The United States, The Philippine etc. [5] people

 

*Since the number of new infections in Tokyo seems to be almost the number of the previous day,

(Because the deadline for the number of new infections on the day is from 9:00 am the day before to 9:00 am on the day)

 

 

 

 

And also today, I will summarize some prefectures that have a high number of infected people, not just in the Tokyo area.

 

 

*** Saitama ***

New infections are [14] people

 

 

*** Kanagawa ***

New infections are [29] people

 

 

*** Chiba ***

New infections are [14] people

 

Chiba Prefecture has decided to business suspension request for restaurants that do not follow the guidelines of industry groups to close after 8 am on August 8.

Targets are karaoke shops and restaurants with entertainment.

 

 

*** Osaka ***

New infections are [45] people

 

 

*** Aichi ***

New infections are [21] people

 

 

*** Okinawa ***

New infections are [19] people

    →US military base: No announcement due to a US holiday today

 

 

*** Fukuoka ***

New infections are [-] people

     ・Postponed tomorrow due to typhoon

 

 

(*NHK NEWS WEB)

 

 

 

 

It seems that the number of new infections was small today even in the prefectures that are usually large!

(I didn’t have detailed information though.)

 

 

 

There was additional news about this, which I always post.
I’m sorry for always putting it…

*A period extension has been decided on August 27 ↓

And Tokyo is from August 3,

“Request to shorten business hours to restaurants that provide alcoholic beverages“

started!

東京都 酒提供の飲食店など きょうから営業時間短縮を要請 | NHKニュース

Target:All karaoke shops

       All restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages

        (For approximately 40,000 businesses)

Period:August 3rd-August 31st

Hours:Until 10 pm

Remark:

Stores that have taken proper measures and posted a “Declaration of thorough infection prevention sticker” will receive a cooperation fee of 200,000 yen when they respond to a request to shorten business hours.

 

I hope this will reduce the number of infected people. ..

 

Even so, I think that the cooperation fee of “200,000 yen” is too small for a shop that is doing its best at high rent in Tokyo”.

I want the governmet to make it a little more like “everyone want to cooperate”.

Then I’m sure everyone will comply with the request. ..

 

In connection with this, Governor Koike today said,

“It is not good that the countermeasure period becomes long. I’m asking until the end of August”…

感染対策で営業時間短縮 都知事「長くなるのはよくない」 | NHKニュース

 

No… let’s do it until COVID-19 is controled…

 

 

↑And about this, it will be extended

from “until Aug 31″ → to “until Sep 15”

In addition, it is said that it will be canceled in the Tama area and the island in 31 days, and only restaurants in 23 wards will be exetended.

 

OK, I understand that government want them to get home by the end of the last train. .. lol

 

…Joke aside,

Governor Koike says the reason is “the number of new infections is decreasing but still large”.

 

That’s true… There are still more than 200 people

I don’t think it’s a problem if the government give them proper compensation but…

about compensation…,

It is said that the company that responds to the request will receive a cooperation fee of 150,000 yen.

 

OK, It’s just “10,000 yen a day”…

 

Does it mean that the shop closes at 10:00 pm is the last order at 21:00?

It’s 21:00 to 24:00 when it’s time to earn money…?

Financial resources may be tough, but I want the government to compensate properly.

This time, I would like COVID-19 to converge, so I wanted the gomernment to be the amount that everyone is convinced and will cooperate…

 

And in the article, the manager of an izakaya in Shinjuku said,

“It’s very tough to manage. If you want to extend only 23 wards, please explain the effect of shortening it properly.”

I think that both companies and sole proprietors are economically limited, so we really want to work together to get rid of the new coronavirus from Japan and the world.

 

By the way, at the izakaya in Shinjuku, sales are down by 2 hours and overall sales will drop by 30%,  so this month’s sales are down 80% compared to last year. ..

 

↑ Sorry for being long!

I will write another article as soon as possible.

 

 

Today’s topic is like this!

I was looking around the news vigorously today, but there was something like this!

 

 

AEON (a big shopping mall group in Japan) is currently able to calculate by simply reading the bar code of the product to be added to the cart on a device such as a smartphone, and it seems that the cash register can be easily done…!

 

“New Coronavirus (COVID-19)” does not seem to be involved in the development of this system, but since it is possible to avoid contact with humans, it can be just a preventive measure against infection!

 

 

I mean, isn’t this system really amazing?! lol

This is already the future world…!

 

 

My eyes shimmered because of the tremendous sense of future. (Lol)

“Oh… Wow…” I said. lol

 

 

 

↑There was also such news today regarding the theme of “contact with people”.

新型コロナ対策 AIで効果分析 来年1月最終報告へ

It seems that a government meeting was held to “analyze the effect of the new coronavirus countermeasure using AI = artificial intelligence“.

 

Specifically, they seems to have discussed the following things.

“How much can you reduce the risk of infection by opening a window with a taxi?”

“Analyzing whether the place is crowded or not”

 

At the meeting, Minister of Economic Rehabilitation Nishimura said,

“Even if the spread of the infection is stopped, there is a possibility that an outbreak will occur again. I want to evolve the measures to prepare for the future.” 

 

 

You’re right!

 

 

However, I think of recent news, I don’t like the crowds at the tourist attractions, facilities, and events because I am from the countryside (lol), so I’m happy that there are just few people at the place,

but I also think that

“By increasing the distance between people, it seems that contact between people is reduced and human relationships are weakened, and communication between people is weakened…”

“I feel lonely when communication is lost…”

 

 

It may be possible to go back to normal life if this “new coronavirus infectious (COVID-19) disease” are completely solved by vaccines and remedies, but as Mr. Nishimura said, we don’t really know when an unknown infectious disease will occur again, which is a difficult problem. …

 

 

For the time being…I want to have a meal without worrying…

 

 

By the way, where is the destination Japanese people would like to go to when this new coronavirus (COVID-19) is over? I tried to find out…

トップは「温泉」 コロナ収束後の旅で行いたい活動

After all, 1st was “Onsen (Hot spring)” (16.4%)! (Lol)

( *in the order people want to go / Oita, Gunma, Shizuoka)

 

And,

2nd “Nature and scenic spots” (13.1%)

( *in the order people want to go / Hokkaido, Okinawa, Shizuoka)

3rd “Theme Park / Leisure Land” (8.9%)

( *in the order people want to go / Chiba, Osaka, Tokyo)

4th “Local gourmet, specialty food” (8.6%)

( *in the order people want to go / Hokkaido, Fukuoka, Taiwan)

5th “Historical and cultural attractions” (8.0%)

( *in the order people want to go / Kyoto, Hiroshima, Mie)

It was said that!

 

 

We really want to travel as fast as possible by controlling the COVID-19!

 

 

And another one is overseas topic!

新型コロナ インドの感染者数が世界2番目に ブラジル上回る

In India, the cumulative number of infected people exceeded 4.2 million (?!) and became the second largest in the world…

1st place  US   infected 6.27 million people   dead 190,000 people

2nd place  India   infected 4.2 million people  dead 70,000 people

3rd place  Brazil   infected 4.14 million people   dead 130,000 people

(As of 14:00 on September 7)

(* Number of infected people in the world数)

 

However, in order to be compatible with the economy in India as well, it seems that the operation of the subway was restarted in New Delhi from the 7th today for the first time in half a year, and it seems that there is concern that the infection will spread further. ..

 

 

By the way, the subway operates only in the morning and evening hours, and it is obligatory for passengers to wear masks.

However, on the 7th day of the first day of resumption,

it seems that there were only a few people on each train even in the morning rush hour, so everyone seems scared…

 

 

 

And I’m sorry, this too gratifying information I put together yesterday is too long, so I was thinking about re-writing another article, but today I couldn’t put it together…

Let me put it on for a few more days…

And if anyone who doesn’t know this too happy news, please tell them!

 

日本国内での新型コロナワクチンP1/2相臨床試験開始  アストラゼネカ – ロイター

英国ワクチン日本国内で臨床試験開始 – 0テレNEWS24

What! finally!

I always post at the bottom,

 

When will the vaccine arrive in Japan?! [COVID-19]
*** This article is written with the help of Google Translate... *** Hello! Thank you for your inter...

 

It seems that

“The world’s fastest new coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine being developed by the University of Oxford and the British pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca”

has already started clinical trials in Japan! !! !! !!

 

I’m too happy…!

 

 

…I’m sorry, I’m too excited. lol

 

As I have already introduced it to you in this summary article, so I think everyone knows it, but this “new coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine AZD1222″, which is likely to be completed at the fastest in the world, is scheduled to be completed in England in September.

And it is said that supply will start in the end of September or October in the world, and it will be supplied to Japan in January!

 

 

But are the clinical trials already started?!

 

 

The “vaccine” that fundamentally solves this “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infectious disease” and returns us to normal life is approaching to that point!

 

 

We’re too happy! 

The dinner is red rice tonight!

(*In Japan, we eat red rice on celebration days. lol)

 

 

*

I’m sorry I didn’t convey the information because I expressed happiness too much… lol

 

A clinical trial of this vaccine has been started at several hospitals since the end of August last month, and it will target approximately 260 men and women over the age of 18.

(The clinical trial has three stages, but it seems that the first and second stages will be conducted.)

 

And they said

“First, confirm the safety and confirm the immune response to the new coronavirus (COVID-19)”.

 

 

By the way, we are conducting this clinical trial in many countries around the world,

South Africa (Phase 1 and 2 trial)

United Kingdom (Phase 2 and 3)

Brazil (Phase 3)

United States (Phase 3)

(* Phase 3 is the final test)

 

 

soon! It’s within reach!

 

 

In Japan, not only clinical trials but also special measures and AstraZeneca will do their best, and I hope that it will be supplied early in the year, not in January next year!

 

And Oxford University is…

世界大学ランキング 東大は36位 中国 清華大学がアジアトップ

They won the first place in the world university ranking for five consecutive years!

 

 

By the way

1st. Oxford University (UK)

2nd Stanford University (USA)

3rd Harvard University (USA)

(*It seems that the 1st to 13th places are the United States and the United Kingdom…!)

 

Asia

20th Seika University (China)

23rd Peking University (China)

25.University of Singapore (Singapore)

 

Japan

36th University of Tokyo (Japan)

54th Kyoto University (Japan)

 

 

As expected, Oxford University!

Oxford is also the fastest in the world to develop a vaccine, and it’s just too amazing!

 

 

This is a summary of the aftereffects of the “New Coronavirus (COVID-19)” that I summarized the other day.↓

This is also too long, very sorry…

As many of you may already know, the news about the aftereffects of the “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection” has increased again recently.

コロナ後遺症「なし」はわずか13% – Yahoo!ニュース

コロナ後遺症の実態 退院後も疲労感や呼吸困難 – 日経Gooday 30+

Originally, news about this “aftereffects” began around July, observing the subsequent course of those who recovered after being infected by a hospital in Italy (you all know that the number of infected people in Italy has increased dramatically). The article published in the American Medical Association magazine was a hot topic!

Let’s summarize that information first!

 

 

◆Announcements of “Vatican Catholic University Hospital” in Rome◆

 

Two months after 143 patients who were hospitalized for “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection” and then recovered and discharged

(* Average age of 56.5 years, about half of 66 people are treated with ventilator etc.)

(* Hospitalization period average 13.5 days)

(About 1 month after discharge)

 

55% had 3 or more sequelae.

44% felt that the quality of life had deteriorated.

 

[Sequelae]

・53%-Feeling tired

・43%-Breathing is difficult

・27%-Joint pain

・22%-My chest hurts

*Others such as taste disorders and olfactory disorders etc.

 

 

In China and France, it is reported that “Many patients with severe pneumonia due to a “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection” have poor lung function even after recovering from pneumonia, and breathlessness or some symptom remain.”

 

 

By the way, SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) which became a hot topic in Japan around 2002 is also the same “Coronavirus“, but even after half a year from the onset of SARS,  after examining 110 people,

30% of the people still had an abnormality in their lungs after 6 months, and

20% said that their lung function had not yet recovered after two years…

And it is scary that 20% of people were suffering from psychological sequelae such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) two years later

 

 

Even in the case of this “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection”, there are some people who had their ventilators attached for a long period of time in the intensive care unit and who could not meet with their families for a long time to prevent infection, so there is concern about mental aftereffects.

 

 

By the way,

I searched for an article on “Sequelae in Japan”… I couldn’t find any detailed information…

回復して終わりではない新型コロナ 後遺症こそが大問題 – Yahoo!ニュース

As this article, there were a few articles about individual people who had “taste/smell disorder”. ..

 

But in Japan, we don’t really hear the “real voice” from the former infected person (even entertainers or SNS ) about the aftereffects, right? ?

 

What is the actual situation?

 

It would be nice if there were many people who did not become “severe,”

but I’m a little worried…

 

 

In any case, after all, “The best thing is not to get infected! “!

 

 

I’m sorry I posted a difficult story today. ..

 

However, if there is a person around you who’s carelessly enjoying “I’m okay with COVID-19 ~”, please tell that person…!

 

 

By the way,

新型コロナ マスク着用による感染予防の最新エビデンス

This is an article by Dr. Satoshi Kutsuna, who is a specialist in infectious diseases and is often introduced on my site, but he always makes graphs and diagrams so easy to understand. So, let me introduce a really easy-to-understand “three figures”!

 

 

*Hamster experiment to verify mask effect

*←infected hamster  /  not infected hamster→

*% = the percentage of infect

 

 

You can understand this in the moment when you see it!

(If you don’t care about being “cute” lol)

 

Really easy to understand the article of Dr. Kutsuna

 

 

And next one is…,

 

 

It’s a graph of “how much of an infected person likely infect the other people”!

(↑Infectious strength in the upper direction / → number of days after infection in the horizontal direction)

 

From this graph, you can see that,

・The infectiousness of both pre- and post-symptomatic people becomes maximal within 5 or 6 days after infection.

・Surprisingly, infectiousness is not strong among asymptomatic persons, only 5%.

Only 10% of people are infected from the environment (such as from the handrail?).

 

 

 

And,

 

 

In this way, “new coronavirus (COVID-19)” seems to have the maximum infectivity during the incubation period before the onset

 

 

The conclusion is, “Before onset, infected people don’t even know if they are infected or not, so anytime we have to be careful about preventing infection!”

 

 

I’m sorry that I always put it on…

(And especially today I already introduced in above..but,)

And the information about vaccines and remedies that I always put…

The other day, on August 29th, “Japan’s Vaccine Negotiation Status” was in the news, and I knew how much could be secured now, and when the vaccine would actually be supplied to Japan, so I revised it all up!

 

Since this is the information that can fundamentally solve this “new coronavirus (COVID-19) infectious disease”,

so If you have time, please read it!

 

When will the vaccine arrive in Japan?! [COVID-19]
*** This article is written with the help of Google Translate... *** Hello! Thank you for your inter...

 

 

 

 

 

 

The world’s fastest vaccine will be completed in September!

You’re already counting down!

 

 

 

And this article↓

acertainfox512.hatenablog.com

How long time the materials such as paper, cloth, plastic, etc. need to eliminating the risk when coronavirus is attached, and how effective disinfection is.

If you are interested, please take a look!

 

 

 

 

And here’s a trial calculation of how many people in Japan are actually receiving medical treatment.

 

(Number of people infected nationwide) 73,033

+ (Number of hospital discharges ) 1,393

+ (Number of hospital discharges ) 63,195

= 8,445 people ← being treated

 

 

 

(If it is exactly as announced)

It’s steadily decreasing!

 

 

Well, the beginning of September is about to end, but what is the development status of the vaccine? !!

The Olympics are like this,

東京五輪は「新型コロナに関係なく開催」 IOC副会長

“It will start on July 23rd next year regardless of the new coronavirus(COVID-19),”

said Vice President John Coates of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).

I hope the new coronavirus (COVID-19) infection will be a thing of the past!

 

Anyway···

Were you OK about the typhoon disaster?

 

 

 

please be very careful when you go out!

 

 

 

 

 

AcertainFox512

 

 

 

Changes in New Coronavirus Infection in Tokyo

 

Aug
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
472 2187
292 258 309 263 360 462 429 2373
331 197 188 222 206 389 385 1918
260 161 207 186 339 258 256 1667
212 95 182 236 250 226 247 1448
148 100
Aug
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
170 141 211 136 181 1087
116 77

 

 *Unit: person (number of infected people on that day)

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