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Japan reports 42,173 new coronavirus cases

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Japan on Thursday reported 42,173 new coronavirus cases, down 7,806 from Wednesday. The Tokyo metropolitan government reported 5,327 new cases, down 295 from Wednesday.

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 14, down three from Wednesday, health officials said. The nationwide number is 188, down 16 from Wednesday.

The number of coronavirus-related deaths was 127.

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nobody cares!!

-5 ( +15 / -20 )

Early report today

6 ( +10 / -4 )

nobody cares!!

You obviously do

4 ( +15 / -11 )

Today  04:33 pm JST nobody cares!!

Tell that to those who got infected and their families.

1 ( +12 / -11 )

That is 45% fewer daily cases than the same day a week ago, 50% lower than two weeks ago, 62% lower than three weeks ago and 72% lower than one month ago.

Stable and steady downwards progression in the last couple months, looks like this will soon drop to below where cases were a year ago before sars-cov2 had even barely started to spread yet! I suppose you could call week on week development over a period of months with a repeated weekly pattern - a 'trend'.

3 ( +7 / -4 )

Ian

Noticing that this silly reporting is continuing and caring about it are 2 very different things.

-1 ( +5 / -6 )

stop this its over for good!

0 ( +7 / -7 )

Tokyo's corona page no longer lists infections by vaccination history on the first page, or indeed any other page I tried.

Maybe it's buried under a tab somewhere

https://stopcovid19.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/

-2 ( +6 / -8 )

Tokyo's corona page no longer lists infections by vaccination history on the first page, or indeed any other page I tried.

Maybe it's buried under a tab somewhere

https://stopcovid19.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/

Uh oh... Looks like the cat's out of the bag!

-3 ( +4 / -7 )

Must be the only country still doing this reporting

-5 ( +3 / -8 )

It is apparent it is better to listen to actual experts on this matter.

I assume I am correct in assuming none such exist here.

-1 ( +4 / -5 )

... and the beat goes on.

-2 ( +0 / -2 )

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