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Tokyo confirms 327 new cases of coronavirus

Written by on February 21, 2021


Tokyo Metropolitan Government officials confirmed 327 new cases of the coronavirus in the Japanese capital on Saturday.

The daily tally is below 500 for a 14th straight day.

The total number of people who have tested positive in Tokyo now stands at 109,462.

Officials say the number of patients in serious condition is 82, two fewer than on Friday.

NHK

東京都によりますと、20日に都が確認した新型コロナウイルスの新たな感染者は327人でした。14日連続で500人を下回りました。
 感染が確認されたのは10歳未満から100歳以上の327人で、直近7日間の一日あたりの平均は356人となりました。
 都は感染を抑制するため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、20日の時点で1週間前の92%と、7割を超えました。
 重症化リスクが高い65歳以上の高齢者は合わせて69人でした。
 続いて全国の状況です。厚生労働省によりますと、新型コロナウイルスに感染して重症となっている人は20日午前0時時点で全国で526人でした。
 前の日から21人減り、19日連続で減少しています。
 一方、累計の死亡者数は7331人で、前の日から59人増えています。 – ANNnewsCH







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