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  • Shiloh
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    2178 cases; 57 deaths: https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news...s-ban-12599336

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  • kiwibird
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    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_004


    New Coronavirus Over 2000 people infected in Japan (excluding cruise ships)

    March 31, 2020 16:11New coronavirus


    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, etc., seven new cases were announced at the welfare facility for the disabled in Chiba on the 31st, and 28 cases were nationwide, including the first case confirmed in Yamagata Prefecture. Confirmation has been announced. The number of people who were confirmed to be infected in Japan was 2015, including those found during airport quarantine and those who returned home on charter aircraft. In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew, for a total of 2727 passengers.

    The person who died,
    ▽ infected people is 59 people in the country,
    passengers of ▽ cruise ship has become the 70 people together of 11 people.

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: http://www.china.org.cn/world/Off_th...t_75878268.htm

    COVID-19 infections in Japan rise to 1,926 cases, gov't denies lockdown rumors
    Xinhua, March 30, 2020


    TOKYO, March 30 (Xinhua) -- Japan's health ministry and local governments said that 1,926 people had been infected with the COVID-19 virus in Japan as of 6:30 p.m. local time on Monday, although Japan's top government spokesperson "categorically denied" a lockdown of cities was imminent.

    The death toll in Japan from the pneumonia-causing virus currently stands at a total of 67 people, according to the health ministry, with the figure including those from the virus-hit Diamond Princess cruise ship that was quarantined in Yokohama, close to Tokyo.

    Of the 1,926 confirmed COVID-19 infections in Japan, the majority are still in Japan's capital city of Tokyo, which has now confirmed 443 cases, 13 more than of 10:30 a.m. local time this morning, with a recent spike in cases in the capital leading to unofficial reports of an imminent lockdown to contain the virus...

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    Source: https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-he...-idUKKBN21G0YX

    ...Prime Minister Abe has pledged to deploy a huge stimulus package, bigger than one compiled during the global financial crisis, to combat the outbreak, which had infected nearly 1,900 people in Japan, with 56 deaths, as of Sunday.

    Those numbers exclude 712 cases and 10 deaths from a cruise ship that was moored near Tokyo last month, public broadcaster NHK said...

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  • kiwibird
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    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_002


    New coronavirus 1799 people infected in Japan (excluding cruise ships)

    March 29, 2020 15:45New coronavirus


    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare in each region, a total of 75 people have been confirmed nationwide, including 68 new cases in Tokyo, and those who have been confirmed in Japan are quarantined at airports. There are 1799 people including those who were found and those who returned home on the charter aircraft. In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew members, bringing the total to 2511.
    Who died
    ▽ infected person is 55 people in the country,
    is 65 people together of the 10 people on board who ▽ cruise ships.

    Out of 1799 cases confirmed in Japan,
    430 430 in Tokyo,
    191 in Osaka
    , 175 in Hokkaido
    , 164 in Aichi
    , 126 in Hyogo, and 126 in
    Chiba 125,
    ▽ 117 in Kanagawa, 県
    79 in Saitama ,
    40 40 in Kyoto
    , 31 31 in Niigata
    , 27 27 in Oita
    , 22 22 in Fukuoka ,
    19 in Gifu people,
    ▽ Gunma Prefecture 18 people,
    ▽ Wakayama Prefecture, 17 people,
    ▽ Ibaraki Prefecture, 16 people,
    ▽ Kochi Prefecture 13 people,
    ▽ Fukui Prefecture, 12 people,
    ▽ Tochigi Prefecture, Nara Prefecture, Kumamoto Prefecture, 11 people,
    ▽ 9 people in Ishikawa and Mie prefectures,
    8 people in Okinawa prefecture
    , 7 people in Aomori prefecture, 6 people in
    Nagano, Shiga, Hiroshima and Yamaguchi prefectures,
    ▽ Akita, Yamanashi, Shizuoka, 4 in Ehime,
    3 in Okayama and Miyazaki, 2 in
    Miyagi, Fukushima and Nagasaki, 1 in
    Tokushima, Kagawa, Saga and Kagoshima. 1
    Charter aircraft from China. 14 people returned home
    41 There are a total of 41 employees and quarantine officers of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as well as those who have been confirmed to be infected during airport quarantine.

    According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, as of this month, the number of severely ill patients
    was 56, including 56 people infected in Japan,
    and 65 people, nine on cruise ships.

    On the other hand, the number of people who were discharged after improving their symptoms by the 27th of this month
    were 372 372 people infected in Japan and
    603 603 cruise ship passengers, for a total of 975 people.

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  • kiwibird
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    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_001
    According to officials in Tokyo, it was confirmed that the newest coronavirus was infected by the newest coronavirus, the largest number of 68 confirmed so far in Tokyo on the 29th.

    With the spread of the new coronavirus in Tokyo, 68 people were newly confirmed in Tokyo on the 29th, according to officials from the city.

    63 infections were confirmed in Tokyo on the 28th, but this was exceeded on the 29th, the highest number ever confirmed on a single day.

    More than 20 of them are related to Eisai General Hospital in Taito-ku, Tokyo, where hospitalized patients and nurses have been infected one after another and are suspected to have nosocomial infections.

    As a result, a total of 430 people have been infected in Tokyo.

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  • kiwibird
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    63 infections confirmed in Tokyo New corona, the most confirmed daily

    March 28, 2020 17:21New coronavirus


    According to officials in Tokyo, on the 28th, it was confirmed on the 28th that a total of 63 people were infected with the new coronavirus, the largest number so far announced on a daily basis. .
    Almost half of them were confirmed to have infected 40 patients and healthcare professionals by the 27th, indicating that they belonged to Eisai General Hospital in Taito-ku, Tokyo, who was suspected to have nosocomial infection.

    As a result, 362 people have been infected in Tokyo.

    In Tokyo, more than 40 people have been infected for three consecutive days, up to the 27th, and the city has been calling for refraining from unnecessary and urgent outings this weekend to prevent the spread of the infection.

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: https://menafn.com/1099919794/Japan-...ses-surgeJapan sees 'national crisis' after Covid-19 cases surge
    Date 3/26/2020 6:14:39 PM

    (MENAFN - Gulf Times) Japan, so far spared the mass spread of coronavirus that has hit Europe and North America, took urgent new steps yesterday to respond to what Prime Minister Shinzo Abe described as a 'national crisis following a surge of cases in Tokyo. With 47 new cases reported in the capital, Abe banned entry from 21 European countries and Iran, and set up a new crisis task force a preliminary step towards declaring a state of emergency, although his government said none was planned.
    'In order to overcome what can be described as a national crisis, it is necessary for the state, local governments, medical community, and the people to act as one and press ahead with measures against coronavirus infections, Abe said at a task force meeting. He said he had launched the task force under a recently revised law, after receiving a report of a high chance the chance the virus would spread widely.
    The daily total of new cases in Tokyo has nearly tripled over the past four days. After meeting Abe yesterday evening, governor Yuriko Koike told reporters that she had requested strong support and that Tokyo would work with the central government on a possible declaration of emergency.
    Japan was an early focus of the coronavirus outbreak, and for a time last month a cruise ship docked offshore near Tokyo was the biggest source of infections outside China. But since then Japan has averted the widespread transmission that has seen Europe and North America hit by thousands of new cases per day.
    Japanese authorities fear a rise in cases with no known source of infection could signal a bigger new wave. 'I told Prime Minister Abe there is a high risk of coronavirus spreading widely, Health Minister Katsunobu Kato told reporters after meeting Abe and Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura.
    As of yesterday evening, Japan had 1,369 domestic cases of coronavirus, as well as 712 from the cruise ship, according to tallies from broadcaster NHK. There have been 46 domestic deaths and 10 from the cruise ship. Under a law revised this month to cover the coronavirus, the prime minister can declare a state of emergency if the disease poses a 'grave danger to lives and if its rapid spread threatens serious economic damage.

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    New type coronavirus 1361 people infected in Japan (excluding cruise ships)

    March 26, 2020 16:55


    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare in each region, 54 new cases were confirmed nationwide, with at least 45 cases being confirmed in Tokyo by 4:30 pm on the 26th.

    In Japan, at least 1361 people have been infected, including those returning home on charter aircraft.

    In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew members, bringing the total to 2073.

    A total of 55 people have been killed, including 45 infected and 10 cruise ship passengers in the country.

    各地の自治体や厚生労働省などによりますと、26日は午後4時半までに東京都で少なくとも45人の感染が確認されるなど全国で新…

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  • Gert van der Hoek
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    47 new infections confirmed in Tokyo New corona, the most so far

    March 26, 2020 16:56


    According to a person in Tokyo, at least 47 people in Tokyo were confirmed to be infected with the new coronavirus on the 26th. The number of infected people announced by the city each day is even higher than 41 on 25th, and is the largest number so far.

    In Tokyo, there are days when more than 10 infected people are confirmed each day this month, 16 people on 23rd of this month, 17 people on 24th, and 41 people on 25th this week. I was continuing.

    東京都の関係者によりますと、26日、新たに都内で少なくとも47人が新型コロナウイルスに感染していることが確認されたという…

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/worl...virus-epidemic

    Japan's capital becomes centre of its coronavirus epidemic
    Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020
    1:30 PM MYT
    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's capital of Tokyo is at the centre of its coronavirus epidemic with more cases than any other region after a record number in a single day, data from public broadcaster NHK showed.

    Tokyo registered a record 17 new cases on Tuesday, taking its tally to 171, and overtaking the hard-hit northern island of Hokkaido island as the prefecture with the most infections, NHK reported.

    The outbreak has infected 1,214 people in Japan as of late Wednesday morning, with 43 deaths linked to the virus, NHK said. That excludes 712 cases from a cruise ship moored near Tokyo last month....

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  • Shiloh
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    Source: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/20.../#.XnlxvG5ryik

    Coronavirus death toll reaches 52 in Japan
    JIJI Mar 24, 2020

    The number of fatalities linked to the coronavirus in Japan rose to 52 on Monday following the deaths of three elderly people, including a man in his 80s in Aichi Prefecture.

    The man, who returned from New York on March 11, died at a hospital in Okazaki on Monday morning. He was later found to have the virus, according to the city government.

    The health ministry also reported the deaths of two men, both in their 70s, who were on board the virus-hit Diamond Princess cruise ship...

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  • kiwibird
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    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_004
    New coronavirus


    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, so far one person in Aichi Prefecture and two Japanese cruise ship passengers have been reported dead.
    As of 6:30 pm on March 23, 1,109 people were confirmed infected in Japan, including those returning home on charter aircraft.
    In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew, bringing the total to 1821. Among them, 42 people were infected in the country and 52 people including 10 cruise ship passengers.

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  • kiwibird
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    New coronavirus 1060 people infected in Japan (excluding cruise ships)

    March 22, 2020 12:05New coronavirus


    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202...ing-access_001
    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, a new death was announced in Osaka Prefecture on the 22nd, and a total of six cases were confirmed in Hiroshima, Kanagawa, and Oita by 11:30 am It was announced. In Japan, 1,060 people have been infected, including those returning home on charter aircraft.
    In addition, the total number of passengers and occupants of the cruise ship is 712, which is 1772.

    Of these, 37 died in the country.

    45 There are a total of 45 cruise ship passengers.

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  • kiwibird
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    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_004
    March 22, 2020 4:12New coronavirus


    According to local governments and the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, at 1:30 am on January 22, the number of people who were infected in Japan was 1,055, including those returning home on charter aircraft.
    In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew, for a total of 1767

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  • Missouriwatcher
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    NHK: ...one person died on the 20th in Tokyo and Aichi Prefecture, respectively, and a total of 51 people were confirmed in 15 local governments in Chiba, Hyogo, and Oita prefectures. In Japan, 1016 people were confirmed infected, including those who returned home on charter aircraft.
    In addition, the cruise ship has 712 passengers and crew members, for a total of 1728.
    Of these, 35 people were infected in the country and eight people on cruise ships, for a total of 43 people.


    https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/202..._news-main_001

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