(04/25) Tokyo today about COVID-19 [Fixed Value]



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



5,387 (-9 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 NHK NEWS WEB)



◆◆◆ World ◆◆◆




The number of infected people in Tokyo is …
The numbers are almost same as last week, but they are decreasing steadily …!


Anyway, the number of infected people will increase dramatically due to the Golden Week holidays, so I want them to reduce it as much as they can now …!




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

(Around 15:00 today, 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         [746] people
Infection at office         [-] people
・Infection in the facility    [-] people

Infection by eating out   [-] people
Infection via other routes [-] people


(Individual infection information)

 ・Of the【3,141】 people today, 【1464】 people (47%) seem to have completed both vaccinations …

 ・ The positive rate in the test in Tokyo seems to be 【34.4%】 as of Mar 04


(Red letters are as of January 27, 2022)
*Tokyo currently has 16 facilities for infected people→19 facilities
 (Capacity of 6,240 people)→7976 rooms (5420 people)
 (*Since space for staff and storage space for materials are also required, the number that can be accommodated is smaller than the number secured)


* A hospital in Tokyo has secured 5967 beds (+392 beds→510 beds for critically ill patients).→6919 beds
 → According to national standards, the number of beds for severe cases was 1207. (*Yahoo!)→1468 beds


*The hotels are that,

the b Ikebukuro
Toyoko Inn Shinjuku Kabukicho
Toyoko Inn Tokyo Station Shin-Ohashi-mae
East Tower (Shinagawa Prince Hotel)
Toyoko Inn Fuchu Nanbu Line Minamitama Station
APA Hotel & Resort Nishi-Shinjuku 5-chome Station Tower
Toyoko Inn Ikebukuro North Exit II
In front of APA Hotel Pride Parliament Building
APA Hotel Higashi Shinjuku Kabukicho Tower
Tokyu Stay Takanawa
APA Hotel Shinjuku Gyoenmae
Comfort Hotel Tokyo Higashi Nihonbashi
APA Hotel TKP Nippori Ekimae
Far East Village Hotel Tokyo Ariake
Hotel Gracery Shinjuku
Tokyo Bay Ariake Washington Hotel
Toyoko Inn Haneda Airport 2
Candeo Hotels Ueno Park
Tokyo Pet-accompanied accommodation medical treatment facility


(Discontinued facility)
Day Nice Hotel Tokyo * Ended May 31, 3rd year of Reiwa
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 Yamanote Otsuka Station Tower * Temporarily suspended
APA Hotel Shinagawa Izumidakeji Ekimae * Temporarily suspended
Hachioji Sky Hotel * Ended October 31, 3rd year of Reiwa
Kichijoji Tokyu REI * Ended January 15, 4th year of Reiwa


 東京都福祉保健局 ※1施設追加|東京都 ※宿泊療養について(施設名一覧あり)
東京で宿泊療養3千人止まり 即時対応難しく – Yahoo!








・Quarantine at the airport passengers arriving at the airport from overseas.

     ↓   ↓   ↓

(↑Please click the image to continue)
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 [1593] people (*Max of up to yesterday=7354)


(Individual infection information)

 ・It seems that clusters have been confirmed in a total of [?] locations




*** Kanagawa ***

New infections are [2807] people (*Max of up to yesterday=9097)


(Individual infection information)

 ・It seems that clusters have been confirmed in a total of [4] locations




*** Chiba ***

New infections are [1264] people (*Max of up to yesterday=6604)


(Individual infection information)

 ・It seems that new clusters have been confirmed in a total of  [3] locations




*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



* In addition, the number of infected people in each prefecture at the present time (19:00) seems to be like this! ↓




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









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




As I introduced yesterday, it is finally being said that the spread of infection in Shanghai, China is settling down, but …

I’d like to show you an easy-to-understand graph, but the announcement by the main headquarters (announcement by the Chinese government) counts only those who have confirmed that it have had symptoms, so it is not helpful at all … (dry laugh)



↑Therefore, in the announcement in China, only about 3000 to 4000 people are counted a day …




↑However, in reality, Shanghai alone had nearly 30,000 people at its peak …


According to the latest article,
the number of newly infected people in Shanghai on April 21 is 17,629.



It’s been a month since we started taking measures against infectious diseases in earnest, such as strict restrictions on going out …
It’s finally starting to decrease … it need to take a month …
Such a place …



By the way, the Chinese government is aiming for “Zero Corona”, but it seems that it is allowing 666 companies such as automobiles and semiconductors to resume business in consideration of the impact on the economy.


What? Then, it seems that it is a measure like a colander basket at all, but it seems that it is obligatory to work overnight in order to operate, so the Chinese government seems to be trying to balance around there.



On the other hand, Japan is …

I don’t know which opposition idiot sa…


…Oops rant (lol)


I don’t know which of the opposition parties said, but he asked Prime Minister Kishida, “The new coronavirus infection should be in the same category as influenza!”


(*Currently in Japan, the new coronavirus infection is designated as a strong caution target of “Class 2” under the Infectious Diseases Control Law)


In response, Prime Minister Kishida said,
“At this point, changing to class 5 is not realistic.”
“Omicron variants have a higher case fatality rate and aggravation rate than influenza and may be variable.”




In the first place, COVID-19 is not only high infectious that there’s no comparison with flu, but also has a high mortality rate, so it’s the state of “what is this crazy guy saying?”, but if the government specifically changes it from class 2 equivalent to class 5, even if you just think of it, such a problem will occur. ↓


<Inconvenience that occurs when changing from class 2 to class 5>

・COVID-19 remedies (tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of yen) will be borne by the individual
  (Currently, the full amount is paid at public expense)
・It will not be possible to request home medical treatment or refrain from going out at the discretion of the governor or the government.
・It will not be possible to secure a bed for COVID-19 patients at a medical institution.

(沖縄タイムス) (PRESIDENT Online) (Yahoo!)


The point is that
not only can no one be stopped when the infection spreads, but the problems like
・there are no beds in the hospital,
・it costs tens of thousands of yen for treatment, and
・the restrictions on infected people are loosened, so they spread the virus more than now,


Still, the comment section of this article on Yahoo! looks like this … ↓
They look like they think they’re smart, and they say a lot…


I’m surprised that no one has the idea of ​​”eliminating / reducing the virus itself” …!





↓ 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…
It’s increasing every day, but there are days when it’s decreasing …!





By the way, it seems that there are quite a few people who have the aftereffects of COVID-19 even after half a year or a year.



<Survey results on the aftereffects of COVID-19

・Period:3 months from March to May last year
・Target:207 people in their 20s to 50s
  Even after half a year, 12% had an abnormality in their sense of smell
   (Two-thirds for women, two-thirds for women in their 40s and above)


By the way, there is also such data.

Questionnaire survey results for 693 people who became severely ill in the past
 →9.8% have sequelae even one year after discharge

 (Symptoms: 7.4% have weakened muscles, 4.4% have dyspnea)


“In the end, how long will the aftereffects of almost everyone disappear?” = How many years will the aftereffects disappear completely?
I’m also worried about it…!






Please be careful when you go out!










Changes in New Coronavirus Infection in Tokyo


Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
14445 21576 20679 19798 21122 125266
17526 12211 17113 18287 18891 18660 11765 114453
13074 10334 15525 17331 17864 16129 13516 103773
12935 8805 11443 14567 10169 11125 11562 80606
10321 9632
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
11813 12693 12251 10517 10806 78033
9289 5374 8925 10823 10080 8464 9164 62119
8131 4836 7836 10221 8461 7825 7444 54754
6502 3855 3533 6430 8875 7289 7440 43924
7844 4544 7846 9520 8226
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Total
7982 7395 53357
7899 4384 6968 8652 8753 8112 8102 52870
8026 4562 6922 8253 8540 6768 6797 49868
5220 3479 5583 6776 6713 5396 5387 38554
4936 3141

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