Tokyo Corona Virus Newly Confirmed 194 People Infected September 30 16:52
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced that it has confirmed that 194 new people have been infected with the new coronavirus in Tokyo as of 3:00 p.m. on March 30.
The seven-day average was 183.6, the second highest number in September.
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, a total of 194 men and women between the ages of 10 and 90 have been confirmed infected.
It is the second day in a row that more than 100 people have been confirmed infected in a day.
The seven-day average, which is one of the city’s monitoring items, was 183.6, the second highest number this month.
By age group,
7 people under the age of 10
46 people in their 20s,
44 people in their thirties,
32 people in their 40s,
21 people in their 50s,
11 people in their 60s,
12 people in their 70s,
9 people in their 80s,
There are two people in their 90s.
A total of 25,738 people have been confirmed infected in Tokyo.
On the other hand, the number of severe patients as of 30 days, which was calculated by the standards of the capital, decreased by two from the 29th to 21.
New infection confirmed on average per week
The average number of people newly confirmed to have a new coronavirus infection in Tokyo per week is 196.7 per day in September.
The weekly average of 183.6 people up to 30 days was the second highest in September.
The weekly average continued to decline in early September and fell to 147.4 on the 7th and 8th, but increased toward the middle of the year to 181.3 on the 16th. After that, it decreased to 140 units toward the end of the year, but since around 200 new infections were confirmed in the two days up to the 30th, it exceeded 180 again.
On the other hand, the number of severely ill patients aggregated by the standards of the capital peaked at 39 on August 23 and continued to decline until 21 on September 8, but has continued to increase or decrease since then. On the 22nd and 25th, there were 30 people, but as of the 30th, there were 21 people.
Vice President of the Tokyo Medical Association “Is it the impact of four consecutive holidays?”
As for the fact that the number of confirmed infections in Tokyo increased to 183.6 on average for the seven days leading up to the 30th and the second highest in September, Masataka Kuwaguchi, vice president of the Tokyo Medical Association, said, “We don’t know at this point whether the current situation, in which more and more people are infected, is affected by the fact that people who were having to go to the hospital during the four consecutive holidays were affected by going to the hospital and being tested, or whether they were beginning to have the effect of going out on consecutive holidays. We need to see how it’s going. It’s not going to change the situation where we have to be vigiling enough.”
As for the addition of travel to and from Tokyo from the first day of GoTo Travel, he said, “Although it is an element that increases the number of infected people, I think that it will not expand if we refrain from infectious disease-prone behavior and take measures against infection, so I want you to be more careful.”