Increase in travel across prefectures First weekend after self-restraint New Corona 12:21 on June 22
On the 21st and 20th, the first weekend after the self-restraint of traveling across prefectures was eased nationwide, the number of people who moved across prefectures increased compared to the weekend one week ago.
NTT Docomo is collecting data of people from all over the country in the form of protecting privacy based on the information of mobile phone base stations. This weekend, 21st and 20th, from the place where we live to another prefecture. We analyzed the trends of people who moved to.
As a result, in the
Tokyo metropolitan area and Hokkaido, the number of people who moved from Tokyo to other prefectures increased by 11% compared to the weekend one week ago, and the number of people who moved from other prefectures to Tokyo increased by 14%. .
▽ In Kanagawa Prefecture, the number of transfers to other prefectures increased by 12%, and the number of transfers from other prefectures increased by 19%.
▽In Hokkaido, the number of transfers to other prefectures increased by 7%, and the number of transfers from other prefectures increased by 19%.
It can be seen that the movement of people increased due to the relaxation of self-restraint.
On the other hand, as of 3:00 pm on the 21st, the number of people in each area was the same as before the spread of the infection, compared to the average of holidays from mid-January to mid-February ▽
25.4% around Shinjuku Station ▽
26.1% around Umeda
▽ 29.3% around Nagoya station ▽
19% around Fukuoka Tenjin ▽
5.7% around Sapporo station
The population has returned from 70% before the infection spread to about 90%.
Compared to the number of people on the 21st every Sunday compared to one week ago,
▽ 2.5 points around Shinjuku Station
▽ Osaka 5.4 points around Umeda ▽
4 points around Nagoya Station
7.2 points around Fukuoka Tenjin
▽ around Sapporo Station
Each increase by 5 points .