22may 23rd 11:39 more than the previous day in Tokyo, Hokkaido, etc.
On Friday 22, the number of people coming out of the area decreased from 40 to around 60% compared to before the spread of the infection in the three prefectures and Hokkaido in the tokyo metropolitan area where emergency declarations are continuing, while the number of people in both regions has increased compared to the previous day.
NTT DOCOMO combines data from 47 prefectures nationwide to protect privacy based on the information of mobile phone base stations.
Accordingly, the number of people on the day of the day in the metropolitan area where the declaration of emergency is continuing decreased, respectively, compared to the average on weekdays from mid-1 to mid-January, around Shinjuku Station, 53.2% around Yokohama Station, 50.8% around Omiya Station, and 43.9% around Chiba Station, respectively, before the spread of the infection.
In addition, the number around Sapporo Station decreased by 52.7%.
However, compared to the previous day, the number of people in both areas increased by 12.5% around Chiba Station, 10.9% around Omiya Station, 8.9% around Yokohama Station, 4.9% around Sapporo Station, and 4% around Shinjuku Station.
On the other hand, the number of people from Osaka, Kyoto, and Hyogo prefectures, where the emergency declaration was lifted, has increased by 15.1 in the Vicinity of Osaka Umeda, 9.5% around Kyoto Station, and 4.9% around Sannomiya Station in Hyogo Prefecture compared to the previous day.