Tokyo reports 340 new cases of coronavirus

Tokyo reports 340 new cases of coronavirus

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government confirmed 340 new cases of the coronavirus in the capital on Thursday.

The daily count has remained below 500 for 19 days in a row.

The total number of people who have tested positive in Tokyo since the pandemic began now stands at 110,740.

Tokyo officials say 71 patients are in serious condition, an increase of two from Wednesday.

– NHK

東京都が25日に確認した新型コロナウイルスの新たな感染者は340人でした。重症者は前の日から2人増えて71人となりました。
 感染が確認されたのは10歳未満から90代の340人で、直近7日間の一日あたりの平均は280人となりました。
 東京都は感染を抑えるために7日間平均を「前の週の7割以下」に減らすことを目安としていますが、25日の時点では1週間前の78.8%で7割を超えています。
 年代別に見ると40代が最も多い65人、次いで20代が62人で、重症化リスクが高い65歳以上の高齢者は74人でした。
 重症の患者は前の日から2人増えて71人となりました。 – ANNnewsCH







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