Governor of Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, will be tested for the novel coronavirus again after being hospitalized for a week due to fever
November 27 According to a report by the Central News Agency, on the 27th local time, the Okinawa Prefecture Government of Japan announced that Tamagi, the governor, was hospitalized with bacterial pneumonia and needed treatment for about a week. Yucheng will also be tested for COVID-19 again.
It is reported that Yucheng developed fever symptoms on the 25th, asked for leave on the 26th to rest, and was tested for COVID-19. The result was negative.
However, on the morning of the 27th, the temperature rose when Yucheng had a fever, and doctors diagnosed bacterial pneumonia. Yucheng suspended all official hospitalizations and will be tested again for COVID-19. The results will be released on the 29th.
On the 27th, 38 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 were added in Okinawa Prefecture, with a total of 4,169 confirmed cases. In addition, 8 new cases were confirmed by relevant personnel of the U.S. military stationed in Okinawa, with a total of 487 confirmed cases.