After the declaration of the emergency situation was lifted,
the shops and companies in Tokyo were gradually returning to normal operations,
and also the companies and shops I was involved in were gradually approaching normal operations.
Along with that,
I have been busy with my daily work,
and although there are many articles I want to summarize, it is hard to summarize...
But even if I say such a thing, the situation will not change,
so I will whip my body a little more than usual and do my best! :)
(I wonder if English expression correct in this...? lol)
As for today's content,
as a result of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government holding COVID-19 countermeasure meeting on June 30,
they have finally set new monitoring indicators,
so I would like to summarize!
*** Summary of new monitoring indicators in Tokyo ***
・ items in all.
→Infection status monitoring  Item
→Medical system monitoring  Items
・Trial operation started on July 1.
→It is analyzed by doctors and infectious disease specialists once a week.
→Monitoring meeting based on analysis results
→If the situation worsens,
"alert people such as refraining from going out without unnecessary urgency."
■ Infection status monitoring  Item ■
1．Number of new infections
2．Number of consultations to the Tokyo Fire Department consultation desk
3．Number of unknown infection routes and rate of increase
(*Average value for one week)
■ Medical system monitoring  Items ■
4．Positive rate of PCR test and antigen test
5．Number of cases where "Tokyo Rule" for emergency medical care is applied
6．Number of hospitalized patients
7．Number of severely ill patients
(*Positive rate and “Tokyo Rule” are average values for one week)
* What is the number of "Tokyo rules" applied?
The number of cases where it was difficult to determine the delivery destination or it took time to determine the delivery destination even if multiple medical institutions were requested to accept emergency patients.
・About inspection system
Currently, there is a system of about 3,100 cases per day.
→The policy is to strengthen the basics so that 10,000 tests a day can be performed by utilizing antigen tests in addition to PCR tests.
・The medical system depends on the spread of infection
Level1 - 1000beds *Currently here
Level2 - 3000beds
Level3 - 4000beds
Secure in stages.
*Currently, the number of hospitalized patients is approximately 230 (10 severely ill).
・There is no standard value for monitoring items.
As is the case with "Tokyo Alert",
I think that it is the current trend in Tokyo metropolitan government to bring such disappointing and seriousness naming at such times. .. I feel disappointed...
And this"monitoring indexes" has no standard numerical value,
which is too surprising.
I want them to stop that kind of "discretionism" in Japan..
It's a matter of life, and it's related to the economy and basics of living,
so I just want to think that I want them to set a solid standard and take measures.
By the way,
the idea of this monitoring indexes has changed from
"standard for requesting and canceling leave"
"balancing economic and social activities and prevention of spread of infection".
"Instead of using the number of new infected people as a standard,
they are looking at the balance between the number of people who need medical care and the number of beds that can be provided,
and we will control the number of infected people so that medical collapse does not occur.”
(There is no problem even if the number of infected people increases to some extent as long as medical care does not collapse)
It looks like that.
Well... like flu, but if the risk is not high, only infected people will take a rest for a certain period of time, the company and society will not be closed, and at worst only just the school will be closed...
Is it that you are aiming for that?
This time I tried to put together a new monitoring indexes in Tokyo like that!
Apparently, Tokyo seems to have turned to coexistence with COVID-19.
Aside from that, the number of new infected people is increasing every day in recent days,
so I would like them to manage it.
The number of people in their 20s to 30s is high (70 to 80% of the total daily),
while the number of people in their 40s to 50s (20% or less of the same generation) of the same working population is larger than that of the population.
Thinking about it,
it seems that infection can be prevented by just preventing by wearing a mask etc. and just refraining from going out unnecessarily.
Therefore, when you go out,
please be careful and work together to prevent it!
* Calendar of infected people in Tokyo as of July 1 ↓