Continued emergency declarations In the Tokyo metropolitan area and Hokkaido, the number of people on the day of the emergency decreased by about

Continuing to declare a state of emergency In the Tokyo metropolitan area and Hokkaido, the number of people out of the tokyo area decreased by about 11:43 on May 22.

On Thursday 21, three prefectures in the Tokyo metropolitan area, which continued to declare a state of emergency, decreased by around 50% to around 60% compared to before the spread of the infection.
BASED ON THE INFORMATION OF MOBILE PHONE BASE STATIONS, NTT DOCOMO COMBINES DATA FROM 47 PREFECTURES NATIONWIDE IN A WAY THAT PROTECTS PRIVACY.

Accordingly, in the three prefectures of the Tokyo metropolitan area, where emergency declarations have continued, the number of cases before the spread of the infection decreased, compared to the average on weekdays from the middle of January to mid-January, with 61.5% around Tokyo Station, 57% around Yokohama Station, 55.6% around Omiya Station, and 50.1% around Chiba Station.

In addition, the number around Sapporo Station decreased by 54.9%.

On the other hand, kansai 2 prefectures, which were declared emergency on The 21st, increased the number of people out of the country compared to the previous day, and the decrease rate before the spread of the infection was only 51.9% around Umeda, Osaka, where the rate before the spread of the infection had exceeded 60.1.

In addition, the number of areas around Kyoto Station decreased by 58.1 and the area around Sannomiya Station in Hyogo Prefecture decreased by 40,000, and the rate of decline decreased compared to the previous day.

In other areas, the decrease rate was significantly lower in many areas, such as a decrease of 39.2% around Nagoya Station, 31.2% around Fukuoka Tenjin, and 27.4% around Sendai Station.