The number of people in the city will increase within one week after the declaration of emergency is increased.
The number of people per day in central Tokyo has increased compared to the previous week. It can be seen that one week has passed since the declaration of the emergency situation was lifted, and more people are coming to work.
NTT DOCOMO collects data from people nationwide in a form that protects privacy, based on information from mobile phone base stations.
As a result, the number of people in Tokyo as of 3:00 pm on the 1st of the day
was 25.3 points around Shinjuku Station
and 23.1 around the Ginza area, compared to last month's 25 days a week before the declaration of an emergency was canceled nationwide. Points
▽ 19 points around Shibuya Center Street ▽
increased by 15.4 points around Otemachi.
Even after the declaration of an emergency was lifted, some companies had the principle of working from home for the rest of May, which suggests that the number of people going to work in June has increased.
In addition, the continuous resumption of business operations at commercial facilities such as department stores is also believed to have led to an increase in the number of people.
On the other hand, compared to the average of weekdays from mid-January to mid-February, taking out one day's crowd ▽
33.5% around Shinjuku Station ▽
28% around Ginza ▽
38.7% around Shibuya Center Street
▽ around Otemachi It has decreased by 50.8% each, and the population has not returned to the level before the spread of infection.
In addition, when comparing the number of people in Saitama, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Hokkaido, whose emergency declaration was lifted on the 25th of last month, before the spread of infection,
▽27.8% around Omiya Station ▽
26.9% around Yokohama Station
▽16.9% around Chiba Station ▽
10.2% around Sapporo Station