October 30. Coronavirus Pandemic is still spreading in Japan. According to statistics from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan, as of October 26, a total of 1,761 places across Japan had been infected with Coronavirus Pandemic.
On the 29th, Japan’s cumulative confirmed cases exceeded 100,000 (including the “Diamond Princess” case), and the pandemic in Japan is still uncontrollable.
According to news from Japan’s “Yomiuri Shimbun” on the 30th, statistics from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan show that the most common mass infections are restaurants, with a total of 441 cases.
The Japanese government completely lifted the emergency declaration from May 25. However, after the removal, the Japanese epidemic ushered in a “second wave”, and the infection spread to night markets and KTVs in urban areas.
In second place are offices of enterprises and government agencies with 379 cases, followed by welfare institutions (319 cases) and medical institutions (307 cases).
On the 29th, 809 new cases of new coronary pneumonia were confirmed in Japan. Since the first case of infection on January 16, more than 100,000 cases have been confirmed in a total of 9 and a half months.
The highest number of new additions in a single day in Japan appeared on August 7, with 1605 cases. Although it has gradually decreased since then, it has begun to rise again this month.
A visiting professor at Showa University, Japan, said: “Although the mortality rate in Japan is very low, there are many cases of unknown infection routes.
The virus is likely to spread to cities through asymptomatic or mild patients, and the medical system needs to continue to be improved.”