311 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Tokyo Nearly 70% of Japanese are willing to be vaccinated
November 30 According to a report by Japan’s Oriental News, on November 30, 311 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were reported in Tokyo, Japan, and the number of new infections fell below 400 again after six days. At present, the cumulative number of infections in Tokyo has reached 40,939.
The report noted that the number of infections usually comes lower on Mondays, largely because of fewer people tested on weekends.
In addition, as of the 30th, there were 70 severe cases based on Tokyo’s standard statistics, an increase of three over the previous day, setting a new record since the emergency was lifted in May.
On the other hand, a recent survey found that 69% of Japanese people expressed their willingness to be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.
However, the news caused controversy in Japanese public opinion. Many Japanese netizens said they were worried about the side effects of the vaccine and doubted the credibility of the investigation.