The number of people on 29th May 10:58 on May 30
This week, the number of people in 1 prefecture and 3 prefectures in the Tokyo metropolitan area where the declaration of emergency was lifted and Hokkaido was reduced by about 15% to 70% compared to before the spread of infection. Around Tokyo's Shinjuku station, the number of people has returned to about half of what it was before the spread of the infection, and the trend is increasing at many points.
NTT DOCOMO collects data from people in 47 prefectures nationwide in a form that protects privacy based on information from mobile phone base stations.
According to this, the number of people in various places in Tokyo is about
63.8% around Marunouchi
60.8% around Otemachi
▽ Shibuya Center compared to the average weekdays from mid-January to mid-February before the spread of infection. 47.1% around town
▽ 46.2% less around Shinjuku station.
Following the cancellation of the declaration, the number of people is increasing at many points, and the rate of decrease is gradual.
In the area around Shinjuku Station, the number of people has returned to about half of what it was before the infection spread.
In the three prefectures of Saitama, Kanagawa, and Chiba,
▽ around Omiya Station was 38.9%
▽ around Yokohama Station was 34.3%
▽ around Chiba Station was 18.8%.
Hokkaido had a decrease of 44.8% around Sapporo station.
On the other hand, the number of people in the three prefectures of Osaka, Kyoto, and Hyogo, where the emergency declaration was lifted last week, was reduced on the 29th compared to before the spread of the infection.
▽ 38.2% around Osaka / Umeda ▽
37.6% around Kyoto Station
It was a 28.1% decrease around Sannomiya Station in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture.