December 11 According to a report by Japanese TV on the 11th, since December, there have been a series of confirmed COVID-19 patients in the detention center of the Shinjuku Police Station in Tokyo, Japan. As of the 11th, a total of 17 detainees have been diagnosed.
The Japanese Police Agency announced on the 11th that 12 new confirmed cases were confirmed in Shinjuku Police Station, all of whom were detained by the police station. They were men in their 20s and 70s.
From December 3rd to 8th, three detainees were diagnosed with COVID-19, and two new confirmed cases were on the 9th. After that, the police station tested all detainees for nucleic acid, and 12 confirmed cases were found on the 11th.
Japanese media said that the Shinjuku Police Station has had a mass infection, and the detention center will be closed and thoroughly disinfected from next week. Seventeen confirmed detainees were divided into groups of 3-5 people and detained in different rooms.
No confirmed detainees were transferred to other police stations. At present, the transmission route is unknown.