Tokyo Corona Virus Newly Confirmed 220 People Infected More than 200 Since September 12

Tokyo Corona Virus Newly Confirmed 220 People Infected More than 200 People Since September 12, September 18, 16:29

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced that it has confirmed that 220 new people in Tokyo have been infected with the new coronavirus as of 3:00 p.m. on March 18. It is the first time since September 12 that more than 200 people have been confirmed infected per day.
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, a total of 220 men and women between the ages of 10 and 90 have been confirmed infected.

By age group
7 people under the age of 10
Eight teenagers,
49 people in their 20s,
53 people in their thirties,
35 people in their 40s,
32 people in their 50s,
11 people in their 60s,
12 people in their 70s,
9 people in their 80s,
There are four people in their 90s.

It is the first time since September 12 that more than 200 people have been confirmed infected per day.

In addition, it is four days in a row that more than 100 people.

A total of 23,828 people have been confirmed infected in Tokyo.

On the other hand, the number of severe patients as of the 18th, which was calculated by the standards of the capital, decreased by one from the 17th to 26.

Average weekly figures are at a high level

The average number of newly confirmed people infected with the new coronavirus in Tokyo over the course of a week is just 171 in the week leading up to the 18th, and it has remained at a high level.

Because the number of new coronavirus infections confirmed every day varies from day to day due to the large or small number of tests, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government has set the average number per week as one of the “monitoring items”.

As a result, the number peaked at 346.3 on the 5th of last month, fell below 300 on the 13th of last month and 200 on the 30th, and fell below 150 on the 7th and 8th of this month to 147.4.

However, after the 9th of this month, the number increased again, surpassing the previous day for eight consecutive days until the 16th.

With 220 confirmed infections, the average number of people per week up to the 18th was just 171, up from 166.3 to 4.7 up to the 17th, and remaining at a high level.