(11/06) Tokyo today about COVID-19 [Fixed Value]



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



29(+4 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 2021/11/06 19:00 /  NHK NEWS WEB)



◆◆◆ World ◆◆◆






The number of infected people in Tokyo is …
It’s really just a little bit …
It’s been more than last week for two days in a row …


Since there are still less than 30 people, it may be within the margin of error, or it may be the “effect of holidays”.I


I hope it hasn’t changed to an increasing trend …




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

(Around 15:00 on Nov 06, 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         [N/A] people
Infection at office         [N/A] people
・Infection in the facility    [N/A] people

Infection by eating out   [N/A] people
Infection via other routes [N/A] people


(Individual infection information)

 ・ I couldn’t find any noticeable information today…




*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
4324 Kansai
International Airport (11/2)
20’s male Hyogo prefecture Philippines Asymptomatic
4325 Kansai
International Airport (11/5)
20’s male Osaka Philippines Asymptomatic
4326 Narita
20’s male Undisclosed Philippines Asymptomatic
4327 Narita
50s male Tokyo Sudan Asymptomatic
4328 Haneda
20’s woman Tokyo United States of America Asymptomatic
4329 Kansai
International Airport (11/5)
50s woman Fukuoka Prefecture Bahrain, Pakistan Asymptomatic
4330 Kansai
International Airport (11/5)
70s male Osaka Philippines Asymptomatic
4331 Kansai
International Airport (11/5)
Forties male Kyoto Sri Lanka Asymptomatic
4332 Haneda
30s woman Undisclosed Singapore 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 [10] people (*Max of up to yesterday=2170)




 ・ I couldn’t find any noticeable information today…


    * 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 [14] people (*Max of up to yesterday=2878)

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



(Individual infection information)

 ・Hospital in the northern part of Kawasaki City
       *Today [7] person(s) / Cumulative [13] person(s)




*** Chiba ***

New infections are [6] people (*Max of up to yesterday=1778)




(Individual infection information)

 ・ I couldn’t find any noticeable 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 35,904 people (4)
▽ Shizuoka Prefecture has 26,758 people (3)
▽ Ibaraki Prefecture has 24,409 people (2)
▽ Hiroshima prefecture has 22,097 people (6)
▽ Gifu Prefecture has 18,863 people (17)
▽ Gunma Prefecture has 16,808 people (2)
▽ Miyagi Prefecture has 16,273 people (3)
▽ Nara prefecture has 15,615 people
▽ Tochigi Prefecture has 15,455 people (5)
▽ Okayama Prefecture has 15,376 people (14)
▽ Mie Prefecture has 14,806 people (2)
▽ Kumamoto Prefecture has 14,394 people
▽ Shiga Prefecture has 12,414 people (2)
▽ Fukushima Prefecture has 9484 people
▽ 9102 people in Kagoshima prefecture
▽ Nagano Prefecture has 8877 people (1)
▽ 8186 people in Oita prefecture
▽ Niigata Prefecture has 7999 people (3)
▽ Ishikawa Prefecture has 7963 people
▽ Miyazaki Prefecture has 6137 people
▽ Nagasaki Prefecture has 6118 people
▽ 5895 people in Aomori prefecture
▽ Saga Prefecture has 5861 people (3)
▽ Yamaguchi Prefecture has 5754 people (3)
▽ Ehime Prefecture has 5401 people (5)
▽ 5295 people in Wakayama prefecture
▽ Yamanashi Prefecture has 5155 people
▽ Toyama Prefecture has 4867 people
▽ 4700 people in Kagawa prefecture
▽ 4166 people in Kochi prefecture
▽ Yamagata Prefecture has 3551 people
▽ Iwate Prefecture has 3486 people
▽ Tokushima Prefecture has 3287 people
▽ Fukui Prefecture has 3113 people
▽ Akita Prefecture has 1909 people
▽ Shimane Prefecture has 1728 people (2)
▽ Tottori prefecture has 1668 people


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

*Today, November 6th [241] people


(*”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”>




It looks like this in the world now!


<Status of new coronavirus infections in the world>

・An additional 500,000 people may die by February 2022 next year

・In 53 countries under WHO jurisdiction, the infection situation is worse than the previous week
   ・Number of infected people ― 6% increase
   ・Number of deaths  ― 12% increase

47% of the total population has been vaccinated globally


As I introduced yesterday, despite the fact that the vaccination rate is 66% in Germany, the number of infected people has reached a record high of more than 35,000, so … it is almost time for the next … The waves … look like …



By the way, in Russia,

people are rushing to the vaccination site because the vaccination of corporate employees is obligatory and the vaccination certificate is required to be presented at restaurants and commercial facilities!



“Nothing can be done without a QR code for vaccination certificate”

“I was told by my employer that I wouldn’t get to work without vaccination.”


In Russia, the problem was that the people did not come to the vaccination site at all, but it seems that strong policies have been successful.



By the way, in Japan

It is natural that the test positive rate has already dropped so much because the number of infected people is quite small, 



↑but 5 out of 6 major trading companies hit the “highest ever” profit instead of “back to before COVID-19 disaster”. It looks like it’s out …


It seems that the “corona disaster” has nothing to do with the elite … !


Also, in Osaka, it seems that training was conducted at a large patient reception facility in preparation for the next spread of infection, but …



↑ If I thought “Oh, it’s a decent facility!” …


↑The part on the left that is cut off … By all means, “They just brought the bed into a huge warehouse” …



It’s a waste of money, but I hope people don’t have to use these facilities!





↓ In addition, there was such an article! ↓






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…





It seems that Pfizer has also released clinical trial results regarding antiviral oral drugs.

They said that the risk of hospitalization and death is reduced by 89%!


Vaccines have significantly reduced the rate of infection and aggravation, oral medications have significantly reduced the risk, and antibody cocktail therapy has significantly reduced the risk …


What % x what% x what%…?
In the end, what percentage of the risk will be reduced! ?? lol


It’s a nice embarrassment



Anyway … I hope the 6th wave doesn’t come …!





Please be careful when you go out!










Changes in New Coronavirus Infection in Tokyo


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
60 49 77 72 62 57 66 443
40 29 36 41 36 26 32 240
19 17 29 36 21 24 23 169
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
9 18 25 14 25 29 142

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