Number of Corona Virus beds More than 17,600 beds hospitalized nationwide more than 2,000

Corona Virus Beds Number 17,600 beds hospitalized nationwide 2,000 or more May 24 6:28

While the number of beds that could be reserved to accommodate hospitalized patients with the new coronavirus has increased to more than 17,600 beds nationwide, the number of patients actually admitted to the hospital has decreased to about 2,000, and the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare says that the number of patients in hospital is on a downward trend and the medical system is not in a tight situation at this time.
According to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, the number of beds that could be secured to accommodate hospitalized patients with the new coronavirus was 17,698 beds nationwide as of 21 this month.

In contrast, 2,058 patients are actually hospitalized, and the percentage of beds in all prefectures is less than four percent.

Of these, in areas where the state of emergency is continuing,
753 hospitalized patients in Tokyo for 3,300 beds
Kanagawa Prefecture has 163 people for 1346 beds.
Chiba Prefecture has 79 people for 819 beds.
Saitama Prefecture has 102 people for 602 beds.
Hokkaido has 215 people for 693 beds.

In the area that was released on the 21st of this month,
252 people in Osaka prefecture for 1,151 beds,
43 people against 515 beds in Hyogo Prefecture,
Kyoto Prefecture has 34 people for 264 beds.

On the other hand, the number of beds reserved for severely ill patients who are treated on ventilators or intensive care units has been secured nationwide, and there are 184 seriously hospitalized patients.

Tokyo has 44 people for 400 beds.
Kanagawa Prefecture has 29 people against 89 beds.
Chiba Prefecture has 10 people for 82 beds.
Saitama Prefecture has 4 people for 60 beds.
Hokkaido has 17 people for 100 beds.
Osaka prefecture has 35 people for 188 beds.
Hyogo Prefecture has 12 people for 71 beds,
Kyoto Prefecture has two people for 80 beds.

The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare said, “The number of hospitalized patients is on the decline, and the medical system is not in a tight situation at this time. It would be sufficient if the current situation continued, but there is a possibility that the infection will spread again, and we would like to continue to consider the number of beds needed in each prefecture and aim to secure more if it is not enough.”