The number of people on the 22nd increased from Tokyo, Hokkaido, etc. from the previous day May 23, 11:39
The number of people on Friday, 22nd, decreased by 40% to 60% compared to before the spread of infection in 1 prefectures and 3 prefectures in the Tokyo metropolitan area where the declaration of emergency has been continued and Hokkaido, while on the previous day By comparison, the number of people is increasing in all areas.
NTT DOCOMO collects data from 47 prefectures nationwide in a form that protects privacy based on information from mobile phone base stations.
According to it, the number of people on the 22nd in 1 metropolitan area and 3 prefectures in the Tokyo metropolitan area where the state of emergency has been declared continues to increase compared to the average weekday from mid-January to mid-February before the spread of infection. It decreased by 60% around the station, 53.2% around the Yokohama station, 50.8% around the Omiya station, and 43.9% around the Chiba station.
Also, the area around Sapporo Station was down 52.7%.
However, compared to the previous day, the number of people increased in all areas, 12.5% around Chiba Station, 10.9% around Omiya Station, 8.9% around Yokohama Station, 4.9% around Sapporo Station, around Shinjuku Station Increased by 4%.
On the other hand, compared to the previous day, the number of people on the 22nd in Osaka, Kyoto, and Hyogo prefectures, whose declaration of emergency was lifted, was 15.1% around Osaka Umeda, 9.5% around Kyoto Station, and Sannomiya in Hyogo Prefecture. It increased by 4.9% around the station.