Corona exceeded 42,000 nationwide, up from the previous week in 45 prefectures except Tochigi and Yamanashi.
Nationwide, 42,160 new cases of the new coronavirus were announced on May 10, with most prefectures announcing more cases than in the previous week.
Corona exceeded 42,000 nationwide, up from the previous week in 45 prefectures except Tochigi and Yamanashi. (JNN)
The Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced 4,451 new cases of infection on May 10, up 1,094 from May 3, and higher than the same day of the previous week for the fourth consecutive day.
The average number of new cases over the last seven days was approximately 3,420, 88% of the number a week earlier.
By age group, those in their 20s accounted for the largest number (1,195), while those in their 20s and younger accounted for about half of the total.
A total of 42,160 cases were reported in all prefectures in Japan. The number of days exceeded May 3 in 45 prefectures except Tochigi and Yamanashi. Kochi Prefecture recorded the highest number ever.
The number of infected people hospitalized nationwide who are considered “seriously ill” is 158, and 51 new deaths have been announced.
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