Tokyo’s Corona Virus kills 211 people, more than 200 confirmed in 5 days

Tokyo Corona Virus Kills 211 People Confirmed Infection Over 200 People September 3 for the First Time in 5 Days 19:11

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The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced on March 3 that it has confirmed that 211 new people in Tokyo have been infected with the new coronavirus.
It also revealed that one person who had been confirmed infected had died.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced on March 3 that it has confirmed that a total of 211 men and women between the ages of 10 and 90 have been infected with the new coronavirus in Tokyo.

It is the first time since August 29 that more than 200 people have been confirmed infected per day in Tokyo.

In addition, it is the 10th consecutive day that there will be more than 100 people.

By age group,
4 people under the age of 10
12 teenagers,
62 people in their 20s,
45 people in their thirties,
30 people in their 40s,
30 people in their 50s,
7 people in their 60s,
9 people in their 70s,
7 people in their 80s,
There are five people in their 90s.

Out of 211 people,
About 43 percent of the 91 people who have been in contact with people who have been confirmed infected so far,
About 57 percent of 120 people have not known the route of infection so far.

A total of 21,339 people have been confirmed infected in Tokyo.

On the other hand, the number of severe patients as of march 3, which was calculated by the standards of the capital, decreased by two from two days to 27.

The capital also revealed that one person who had been confirmed infected had died.

This brings the total number of people killed in Tokyo to 365.

Tokyo Medical Association “The rate of infection reduction in Tokyo is moderate”

On March 3, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government held a “Monitoring Conference” to analyze and evaluate the status of infection and medical care in Tokyo.

Regarding the status of infection, Masataka Kuwaguchi, vice president of the Tokyo Medical Association, analyzed that the number of confirmed new infections decreased from an average of 183 in the last seven days from 225 in the previous week, but the rate was moderate and still at a high level.

After pointing out that the situation required strict vigilance to increase again, it was evaluated as “the infection seems to be spreading” and maintained the most serious expression of the four levels for eight consecutive weeks.

On the other hand, with regard to the medical care system, Vice President Shinoguchi pointed out that the burden on medical institutions has been prolonged and that it is necessary to be wary of future changes in the number of critically ill patients, and evaluated that “it seems necessary to strengthen the system,” and made it the second expression from the top of the four levels for the ninth consecutive week.

Infections in Tokyo

Of those newly confirmed infected in the week leading up to the 31st of last month, the combined proportion of people in their 20s and 30s was 48.9%, down 6.6 percentage points from the previous week, while those in their 40s and those in their 40s were 43.7%, up 4.2 percentage points from the previous week.

In addition, the most common people who know the route of infection
39.8% of infections in the home,
Then
12.8% in the workplace,
The dinner was 10.8%,
9.3% in the facility,
The number of restaurants with entertainment is 7.7%.

Infections in the home have been on the increase recently, with an average of 19.1% per month in July, an average of 35.7% in the month last month, and a “significant increase” was reported at the meeting.

In addition, there are clusters of infections and meetings such as dinners and karaoke with friends, barbecues, etc., and experts in tokyo point out that “it is important to thoroughly implement basic infection prevention measures when interacting with non-family members in order not to bring infection into the home.”

System for providing medical care

The number of inpatients at the time of the two days was 1390, down from 1500 for the first time in about three weeks, but experts say “we need to be on the lookout for an increase again.”

In addition, the number of severe patients who were counted according to the standards of the capital was 34 on the 30th of last month, but decreased to 29 on the second day.

By age group of 29 people, there were two people in their 40s, 11 in their 50s and 60s, and 16 people in their 70s and 60s. I’m not in my thirties or less.

At the meeting, experts said, “We need to be vigiling for future changes in severe patients.”