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Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 274

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The Tokyo metropolitan government on Thursday reported 21 new coronavirus cases, down 15 from Wednesday and 15 down from last Thursday.

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo was 15, down one from Wednesday, health officials said. The nationwide figure was 177, down seven from Wednesday.

Nationwide, the number of reported cases was 274. Osaka Prefecture had the most cases with 61, followed by Aichi (23), Tokyo, Hyogo (20), Kanagawa (16) and Saitama (15).

The number of coronavirus-related deaths was nine.

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It's over. Thank you Yuriko Koike!❤️

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Go To Vote.

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BringBack GoToTravel. Got four more trips lined up before New Year and want to spend your tax monies.

Excellent numbers.

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Time to stop counting and get on with life.

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nStar news says they tested thirty people.

-7 ( +7 / -14 )

It’s by far not over when you renowned experts say so. lol

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ShinkansenCaboose

I believe your town of Yamato (which is also my town) may soon bring back their Go To Eat campaign. Off topic sorry… Good numbers Tokyo! Let’s keep it up

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Please continue to be cautious Tokyo!

Remember to wash your hands thoroughly, wear a mask, avoid crowded places, open the windows, try to tele commute and stay home!

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Thanks klausdorth it’s good to know your ‘area”

tamanegi why on earth would I stay home? I never stayed home since the start of this. I have a job to go to, bills to pay, a family to support.

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All the optimistic posts downvoted to oblivion.

Most JT’ers seem to WANT the pandemic to continue on and on.

Even if the number of cases were brought to literally zero, they’d say “not yet!!”

The problem there is nothing to do with viruses or healthcare, it’s entirely another kind of sickness.

The fact is that we need a line to be drawn for when we say “it’s finished”. It was supposed to be when enough people got vaccines. That’s the medically logical point and we see the effects now. 21 positive in a city of millions. To say “not yet” now, is just…

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Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases

These daily "case" figures are as pointless as always. The virus is out there, and all of us have either gotten in contact with it or will get in contact with it. But like virus epidemics always go, it is now endemic and less deadly, and variants will inevitably pop up.

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@Reckless, Hakone's a nice place.

But, I wouldn't believe the numbers in this article without knowing how many people were tested. It certainly could not have been a thousand or more, in my opinion. Governments everywhere are struggling to make their citizens happy after 18 months (and counting) of serious curtailments of freedoms.

Sadly, for my love of my friends in Japan, I've just booked six weeks in Mexico, January to March, instead of what I hoped to be cherry blossom fun in Japan for the same length of time, a bit later in the New Year. And as far as I'm concerned, it's 100% the fault of the government of Japan.

-7 ( +7 / -14 )

Soon we'll reach the same numbers as N.Korea: 0 (zero)

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wonder what halloween will be like this year

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I'm still waiting for the minus numbers

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Just out of curiosity I took a look at toyokeizai graphs, number of people tested for past few days well more than 50k

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@Rob *Only a FOOL would think the Gov is manipulating numbers. There are 15 people hospitalized with Covid in Tokyo, a city of nearly 14,000,000. Those numbers are SPOT ON! *BUT it takes a so call sane person with twisted logic and a wrecked brain to say something foolish

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I believe the government numbers and because I do I should collect the largest number of thumbs down for doing so. Keep the faith.

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