Measures for lifting the emergency declaration Kanagawa and Hokkaido outweigh

Measures of lifting the emergency declaration Kanagawa and Hokkaido surpass May 23 19:30

The government’s basic response policy is to estimate that the number of new infections in the last week will be less than or equal to the number of new infected people in the last week when determining the release of the emergency declaration.
For the week leading up to the 23rd, if you look at the number of new infections per 100,000 people, out of the five metropolitan provinces where a state of emergency has been declared,
Tokyo has 0.29 people,
Saitama Prefecture has 0.20 people
While Chiba prefecture is below the 0.10 people’ standard,
Kanagawa Prefecture has 0.70 people
Hokkaido has 0.63 people, each exceeding the standard.

The combined data of Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa Prefectures, which have declared an emergency in the Kanto region, is below the estimate of 0.34.

In addition, the number of new infected persons per week is calculated from the data of the population of each prefecture for “the number of infected people per 100,000 people in the last week, and about 0.5 people”.
Tokyo has 70 people, 41 in the week leading up to the 23rd.
Saitama Prefecture has 15 people for 37 people,
Chiba prefecture is below the standard of 31 people.

On the other hand,
Kanagawa Prefecture has 64 and 18 people, compared to 46.
Hokkaido has 33 and 7 people above the 26 standards.