The government subcommittee has used the indicators to determine which of the four stages of infection status it is in: "bed tightness," "number of caregivers," "positive rate of PCR tests," and " "Number of newly infected people", "Comparison of the number of infected people in the last week and the previous week", and "Percentage of people whose infection route is unknown" are listed.
According to the Cabinet Secretariat, as of the 18th of this month, among the 10 prefectures that have declared a state of emergency, "bed usage rate", "number of people receiving medical treatment per 100,000 population", and "transmission route are unknown". In some cases, the "percentage of people" exceeds the most serious "stage 4" guideline.
Regarding the "tightness of beds", some local governments publish values different from those of the national government based on the "number of beds that can be immediately responded" that can be accepted immediately.
1 The tightness of the bed
First of all, the tightness of the bed.
As a guide, the bed usage rate is 20% for stage 3 and 50% for stage 4.
The usage rate of the entire sickbed is 44% in Tokyo, 58% in Saitama, 62% in Chiba, 37% in Kanagawa, 35% in Aichi, 27% in Gifu, 38% in Osaka, and Hyogo. It is 44% in the prefecture, 29% in Kyoto prefecture, and 54% in Fukuoka prefecture.
Of these, 86% of patients with severe illness are in Tokyo, 20% in Saitama, 14% in Chiba, 18% in Kanagawa, 27% in Aichi, 15% in Gifu, and 43% in Osaka. , 47% in Hyogo prefecture, 21% in Kyoto prefecture, and 24% in Fukuoka prefecture.
2 Number of recuperators
Next, the number of recuperators is about 100,000 people, 15 in stage 3 and 25 in stage 4.
31 people in Tokyo, 29 people in Saitama prefecture, 32 people in Chiba prefecture, 14 people in Kanagawa prefecture, 14 people in Aichi prefecture, 12 people in Gifu prefecture, 17 people in Osaka prefecture, 12 people in Hyogo prefecture, Kyoto prefecture. There are 18 people in Fukuoka prefecture and 21 people in Fukuoka prefecture.
3 Test positive rate
This is the positive rate for PCR tests in the last week.
The standard value is 10% for both stage 3 and stage 4.
4.2% in Tokyo, 2.7% in Saitama, 5.6% in Chiba, 4.9% in Kanagawa, 3.3% in Aichi, 1.9% in Gifu, 1.9% in Osaka, 3.1% in Hyogo, Kyoto It is 2.2% in Fukuoka prefecture and 2.9% in Fukuoka prefecture.
4 Number of newly infected people
The standard number of newly infected people per 100,000 population is 15 in stage 3 and 25 in stage 4.
18 people in Tokyo, 13 people in Saitama prefecture, 14 people in Chiba prefecture, 9 people in Kanagawa prefecture, 6 people in Aichi prefecture, 6 people in Gifu prefecture, 8 people in Osaka prefecture, 6 people in Hyogo prefecture, Kyoto prefecture There are 5 people in Fukuoka prefecture and 9 people in Fukuoka prefecture.
5 Comparison of the number of newly infected people in the last week and the previous week
When comparing the number of infected people in the last week and the previous week, the standard value is 1 times for both stage 3 and stage 4.
0.76 in Tokyo, 0.77 in Saitama, 0.79 in Chiba, 0.65 in Kanagawa, 0.71 in Aichi, 0.67 in Gifu, 0.68 in Osaka, 0.68 in Hyogo, 0.66 in Kyoto, 0.77 in Fukuoka. It has become.
6 Percentage of people with unknown infection route
Finally, the percentage of people whose infection route is unknown.
The standard value is 50% for both stage 3 and stage 4.
47% in Tokyo, 38% in Saitama, 66% in Chiba, 51% in Kanagawa, 43% in Aichi, 15% in Gifu, 70% in Osaka, 26% in Hyogo, Kyoto It was 35% in Fukuoka prefecture and 46% in Fukuoka prefecture.
Changes in the criteria for requesting cancellation from Osaka Prefecture
Osaka Prefecture, which has decided to request the government to lift the state of emergency by the end of this month, has had an average of 300 or less new positives per day for seven days in the last week. In some cases, or if the bed usage rate for critically ill patients was less than 60% for 7 days, the government would decide whether to request the cancellation based on the opinions of experts.
The number of new positives is 547 on the 13th of last month when the state of emergency was declared in Osaka Prefecture, 531 on the 20th of last month one week later, and 410 on the 27th of last month two weeks later. did.
Then, on the 2nd of this month, the number dropped to 292, and on the 19th, the number reached 103. By the 19th, less than 300 people have reached the standard for 18 consecutive days.
The bed usage rate for critically ill patients remained in the 70% range, 72.9% on the 13th of last month when the state of emergency was declared, and 77.1% on the 27th of last month, two weeks later.
However, it was 59.7% on the 11th of this month, and after that, there were days when it was over 60%, but on the 19th it was 48.4%, and less than 60% is the third consecutive day.