Japan on Tuesday reported 41,438 new coronavirus cases, up 25,826 from Monday. Tokyo reported 3,131 new cases, up 2,026 from Monday.
The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo was 41, up two from Monday, health officials said. The nationwide figure was 410, up four from Monday.
The number of coronavirus-related deaths reported nationwide was 161.© Japan Today
Done, done done done… done!
Gee, it's almost as if all the hospitals being closed had an effect on how many case could be reported. Whod'a thougt
No, Patrick. It's not done until all the commenters here say so. :(
Nearly a 300% increase from yesterday.!.
It's an 165,4% increase, but sure, I'm sure that's almost exactly approximately nearly maybe-with-squinted eyes something like 300%. Gold star for mathematics (give it back after class, though, it should remain our secret.)
Also, after three years into this, you should know that Monday's news report Sunday's low-because-Sunday numbers.
The 7-day rolling average is still going down, steadily. Today it's below 40,000 for the the first time since last October.
112 were vaccinated.
You have no way of knowing that.
So, did the 161 people die of or with covid? Reports state that 112 were fully jabbed.
With Covid as a relevant underlying cause, as defined by ICD-11.
No. Eastman states that, and he pulls that number out of thin air. Japan, like virtually any country of the world, does not publish death-by-vaccination-status numbers.
I wouldn't mind if all infected were vaccinated, in fact I wish they were
Both but not all who died who were positive were included
Move on Japan…the rest of the world has!
Be more specific, please. "Stop wearing masks" is already pre-checked in the center of the bingo card. So what else should we do, what should we do differently, what shouldn't we do anymore?
Lol why haven't you?
Anyway covid is not a bad relationship, it's just one of the diseases that are just one of the myriad considerations you have to take into account in your daily life.
But I do wish that the antivaxers move on from the vaccine, it's taking all their waking hours worrying about the vaccine
I mean c'mon why spend countless sleepless nights worrying and exerting great efforts researching about something you don't even have the slightest intention of getting into your system?
Is that healthy?
We should just go back to living the way normal human beings live. The way we were living pre-2020.
You don't need an itemized checklist to know how to do that, do you?
I’m with Hakman here - drop everything back to 2020 standard apart from care homes and hospitals.
A 100% opinion piece by a medical student, suppositioning a whole lot of things about the entirety of the medical and scientifical community without presenting one singular cited fact. What are we supposed to do with that, other than acknowledge that it is one person's opinion?