Cases of Kovid-19 are increasing rapidly in the city of Tokyo, which is hosting the Olympic Games. A total of 3,177 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered in Tokyo on Wednesday. It was announced by the officials that the daily record is increasing due to the continuous increase in infections, which is putting pressure on the hospitals.
daily record increase
Every Kovid-19 case in Tokyo is making new records. On Tuesday, 2,848 new cases were registered in Tokyo, which increased to 3,177 on Wednesday. This is a matter of concern about the Tokyo Olympic Games due to the continuous increase in daily record cases of Kovid-19 in Tokyo. Whereas this situation is happening under unprecedented circumstances including restrictions on spectators at most venues of the Olympic Games. The rise in cases of coronavirus has also become a problem for Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. Tell that Yoshihide Suga
His support rating is the lowest since he took office last September in the running for the ruling party leadership and ahead of a general election this year. After which Prime Minister Yoshihide is worried about the increase in cases of Kovid-19.
declaration of emergency
Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, who leads Japan’s COVID-19 response, told a parliamentary panel that on Thursday the governors of three prefectures near Tokyo would ask the government to declare a state of emergency for their regions, Tokyo’s Speaking before the latest numbers were announced, he said cases were expected to increase in the coming days, while Yuji Kuroiwa, the governor of Kanagawa Prefecture near Tokyo, told reporters, “I think we’ve seen a sharp increase in cases.” I have entered what I feared the most. Kanagawa and the surrounding Chiba and Saitama prefectures are seeing a surge in cases. Tokyo is in its fourth state of emergency, the last through the Olympics, while the other three regions are implementing looser ‘semi-emergency’ measures.