(10/10) Tokyo today about COVID-19 [Fixed Value]




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



60(-22 from the day before) new infections confirmed in Tokyo.



◆◆◆ Japan ◆◆◆






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

*( )= increase  from the day before



 (*All of the above from 2021/10/10 19:00 /  NHK NEWS WEB)



◆◆◆ World ◆◆◆





The number of infected people in Tokyo is … 60 on Sundays … Hmmmm …


Tomorrow is Monday, when the number of infected people is the lowest in a week, but since Monday is about half of Sunday, so…
it will be about 30 people …? !! (Super expectations)





Meanwhile… How about the amount of people in the city in Tokyo…↓

(Around 15:00 on Oct 10, Shibuya Scramble Crossing, Tokyo)



Well, I will summarize

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





[N/A] people is
  in 『the entertainment district at night』
  →Employees and guests such as host clubs and cabaret clubs


Infection at home         [20] people
Infection at office         [N/A] people
・Infection in the facility    [6
] people
Infection by eating out   [N/A] people
Infection via other routes [N/A] people


*Bed usage rate:          (N/A) % (As of 9/30 = 16.2%)
  for severely ill people:  (N/A) % (As of 9/30 = 19.9%) 
   *( )= Number of the previous day


 * The above numerical data has been simplified for the past few days, probably because the infection has subsided …


(Individual infection information)

 ・Regarding the [male in his 40s] who was announced to die today, he was said to have been “recuperated at home because he had only mild symptoms of coughing”, but after that, the health center could not contact him once, and 10 days after the infection was confirmed, he was found dead in a place other than his home.


  ↑ It’s scary to die during home recuperation, but it’s also pretty scary that a COVID-19 patient may be walking in the city normally …




*Tokyo currently has 16 facilities for infected people
 (Capacity of 6,240 people)


* A hospital in Tokyo has secured 5967 beds (+392 beds for critically ill patients).
 → According to national standards, the number of beds for severe cases was 1207. (*Yahoo!)


*The hotels are that,

the b Ikebukuro
Day Nice Hotel Tokyo * Ended May 31, 3rd year of Reiwa
Toyoko Inn Shinjuku Kabukicho * Ended June 30, 3rd year of Reiwa
Toyoko Inn Tokyo Station Shin-Ohashi-mae
East Tower (Shinagawa Prince Hotel)
APA Hotel Asakusa Taharamachi Ekimae * Ended March 31, 3rd year of Reiwa
Tokyo Toranomon Tokyu REI * Ended March 31, 3rd year of Reiwa
Toyoko Inn Fuchu Nanbu Line Minamitama Station * Ended April 16, 3rd year of Reiwa
APA Hotel & Resort Nishi-Shinjuku 5-chome Station Tower
APA Hotel Yamanote Otsuka Station Tower
Toyoko Inn Ikebukuro North Exit II
In front of APA Hotel Shinagawa Izumidakeji Station
In front of APA Hotel Pride Parliament Building
APA Hotel Higashi Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower
Tokyu Stay Takanawa
Hachioji Sky Hotel
APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoenmae
Kichijoji Tokyu REI
Comfort Hotel Tokyo Higashi Nihonbashi
APA Hotel TKP Nippori Ekimae
Tokyo Pet-accompanied accommodation medical treatment facility

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Quarantine at the airport

Case study Response
(arrival date)
age sex residence Behavior history Symptom
4154 Narita
50s male Kanagawa Prefecture United States of America Asymptomatic
4155 Fukuoka
60s male Oita Prefecture Philippines Asymptomatic
4156 Narita
20’s male Saitama Nepal Asymptomatic
4157 Haneda
30s woman Tokyo Nepal Asymptomatic
4158 Narita
20’s woman Fukushima Prefecture Vietnam Asymptomatic
4159 Kansai International Airport
20’s woman Osaka England Asymptomatic
4160 Kansai
International Airport (10/7)
Under teens woman Osaka Uzbekistan Asymptomatic

From the website of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare

Click here for detailed information on current border measures and isolation period ↓
(*海外安全ホームページ – 外務省)



*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 [28] people (*Max of up to yesterday=2170)

   →Saitama City    [3] person(s)
    Kawaguchi City [2] person(s)
    Koshigaya City  [8] person(s)
    Kawagoe City     [0] person(s)
    Other municipalities [15] person(s)




    * I’m sorry, but the number of people in Saitama by region comes out, but the details are often late or not come out on the day …




*** Kanagawa ***

New infections are [54] people (*Max of up to yesterday=2878)

  ・Rich contacts         [-] people
  ・Unknown infection route [-] people



(Individual infection information)

 ・ Long-term care health facility in Yokohama City
       *Today [6] person(s) / Cumulative [10] person(s)

 ・ “Makino Memorial Hospital” in Yokohama City
       *Today [4] person(s) / Cumulative [31] person(s)




*** Chiba ***

New infections are [30] people (*Max of up to yesterday=1778)



 * I didn’t see any cluster information today …




*The following areas introduced until the other day will be excluded for a while.
 ①About “Osaka / Aichi / Okinawa / Hyogo / Kyoto”
   →I have summarized this for the past year, but the details of the infection rarely appear during the day.
 ②About “Hokkaido”
   →Infection is settling down



* Others At this time (20:00), it seems that more than 10 people have been confirmed to be infected in the following areas …

↓ Today, all areas other than “Worst 10”

▽ Kyoto Prefecture has 35,723 people (24)
▽ Shizuoka Prefecture has 26,689 people (5)
▽ Ibaraki Prefecture has 24,312 people (17)
▽ Hiroshima prefecture has 21,816 people (12)
▽ Gifu Prefecture has 18,598 people (18)
▽ Gunma Prefecture has 16,653 people (8)
▽ Miyagi Prefecture has 16,242 people (1)
▽ Nara Prefecture has 15,471 people (2)
▽ Tochigi Prefecture has 15,377 people (8)
▽ Okayama Prefecture has 15,178 people (3)
▽ Mie Prefecture has 14,706 people (7)
▽ Kumamoto Prefecture has 14,329 people (2)
▽ Shiga Prefecture has 12,327 people (1)
▽ Fukushima Prefecture has 9464 people
▽ Kagoshima prefecture has 9076 people
▽ Nagano Prefecture has 8804 people (3)
▽ Oita Prefecture has 8171 people (2)
▽ Niigata Prefecture has 7591 people (6)
▽ Ishikawa Prefecture has 7916 people (2)
▽ Miyazaki Prefecture has 6130 people (1)
▽ Nagasaki Prefecture has 6043 people (4)
▽ Saga Prefecture has 5977 people (4)
▽ Aomori Prefecture has 5774 people (7)
▽ Yamaguchi Prefecture has 5645 people (3)
▽ 5277 people in Wakayama prefecture
▽ Ehime Prefecture has 5260 people (10)
▽ Yamanashi Prefecture has 5141 people
▽ Toyama Prefecture has 4831 people (1)
▽ 4690 people in Kagawa prefecture
▽ 4117 people in Kochi prefecture
▽ Yamagata Prefecture has 3511 people (1)
▽ Iwate Prefecture has 3486 people (1)
▽ Tokushima Prefecture has 3277 people
▽ Fukui Prefecture has 3083 people (4)
▽ Akita Prefecture has 1893 people (1)
▽ 1651 people in Tottori prefecture
▽ 1632 people in Shimane prefecture

*Graph of the number of newly infected people in Japan as of yesterday

(* This bar graph is up to the previous day, so today’s red bar (handwritten) is on the far right, but it’s about this …)


(*”Since the graph shows only the numbers up to the previous day, I handwritten the rightmost bar, but this is about it!”)









<Summary of today’s “Major News Related to COVID-19 in Japan”>




Today, I would like to think about what will happen in Japan from the infection situation of overseas topics!

↑”Breakthrough infections are widespread in Singapore”
(*Breakthrough-Infection = Infection even though vaccination has been completed)


Hmmm… There’s been a lot of this topic lately …


… There was no graph of Singapore’s infection status in the article, so I thought that way, but just in case, I checked the transition of the number of infected people in Singapore



Well, it ’s dangerous …
It’s a huge explosion of infected people, which is far from the highest number ever …


The vaccination rate is currently 83%, but in that case, it is usually “the rate at which already we have to get herd immunity and the infection has converged”


I wondered if the effect had diminished after more than half a year since the vaccination, so I checked the vaccination time in Singapore, but…



↑ it just exceeded 50% at the end of July!!!!!

Therefore, instead of “the vaccine effect diminishing”, it is now the time when “the vaccine effect should be almost MAX”


(Current vaccination rate-as of October 8)


↑What will happen to Japan, which has a lower vaccination rate than Singapore, where such infections are exploding?


By the way, the Singaporean government does not lock down, saying that “more than 98% of infected people are asymptomatic or mild patients” even in the current situation where the record number has been renewed extremely significantly.


it seems that the restriction on behavior was relaxed in August, but it seems that it has been strengthened again since the end of September last month.


In singapore
Relaxation of behavioral restrictions in August → Infection super-explosion at the end of September …

On the other hand, in Japan
Relaxation of behavior restrictions at the end of September → ???


If it is the same flow, Japan seems to be dangerous around the latter half of November …


Speaking of November last year … the time that triggered the “nightmare infection super-explosion of the year-end and New Year holidays”



Hmm …





And this article↓


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.


(If it is exactly as announced)

For those who are undergoing medical treatment nationwide are…
these days it’s been declining significantly on most days, but…




In Japan these days, the infection situation is calm and the amount of news is small on Saturdays and Sundays, so there was really almost no news related to COVID-19 today! (dry laugh)


The only other news was NHK’s special article on “Why the number of infected people decreased in Japan” … ↓


Infectious disease specialist
“Without verification that the daily number of infected people really reflects the current status of infection, the reduction factors cannot be evaluated correctly.”
(= There may be many infected people who are not actually aware of it)
(*Professor Taro Yamamoto, Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University)


Experts who are members of government analysis
“We are in the process of analyzing the factors behind the decline, and hope to explain when the results are available.”
(*Professor Hiroshi Nishiura of Kyoto University, a member of the expert meeting of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare)


↑ The point is this, right?
“We don’t know why it has decreased”
“We haven’t analyzed it in a timely manner.”

=We was taking measures randomly!


This country is really scary …


Nevertheless, in the future, it seems that it is analyzed that “the number of infected people does not matter and the emphasis may shift to the transition of the number of seriously ill people and the number of deaths.”


It would be great if the vaccine made the new coronavirus as easy to capture as the flu, but…
it’s really terrible to certify it without even analyzing it…



Oh, is the government experimenting with us? Did you mean?





Please be careful when you go out!










Changes in New Coronavirus Infection in Tokyo


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
3058 2195 3709 4166 5042 4515 4566 27251
4066 2884 2612 4200 4989 5773 5094 29618
4295 2962 4377 5386 5534 5405 5074 33033
4392 2447 4220 4228 4704 4227 3581 27799
3081 1915 2909
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
3168 3099 2539 2363 19073
1853 968 1629 1834 1675 1242 1273 10474
1067 611 1004 1052 831 782 862 6209
565 302 253 537 531 235 382 2805
299 154 248 267 218
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
200 196 1582
161 87 144 149 143 138 82 904

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