Tokyo is chilly today.
It's raining and stopping, but please be careful not to catch a cold.
Because when we feel sick at this time, "Am I not COVID-19 infection ...?" I think I'm scared of myself...
By the way,
I think "Is it safe if there are 0 unknown infection routes?"
so, this time I decided to look into the breakdown of daily new infections in Tokyo from the beginning of the GW (Consecutive Holidays in Japan around early May) and made a table!
Everyday, I made the table of follows,
I made the calendar like this to count the number of infected people in Tokyo that day,
but this time it's a breakdown!
Please pay attention to "Unknown infection route" and "Total number of new infected persons".
◆◆◆ Breakdown of Tokyo infected ◆◆◆
|◆◆◆ Breakdown of Tokyo infected ◆◆◆|
|Date||Unknown||Close contact||Overseas travel history||Total||Positive rate(%)|
(*Unit : Person)
Remarks (comment that interests the press):
The number of unknown infection routes was reported by 0 people on May 17th and May 20th!
If this continues all the time, I'm relieved...
I think that
Unknown infection route
= We don't know where we got the virus
= It's so widespread that we don't know where the virus is in the city
If it means that,
0 persons with unknown infection route
= "Viruses have not spread throughout the city"
Don't you think so?
As I wrote here,
・ "Unknown ratio of infection route is less than 50%"
Since it seems to be one guideline, I am worried about that,
but in the first place I feel a bit scared that the infection route is unknown.
Please be careful when you go out.