The number of people in the 10 prefectures where the state of emergency was declared on the 13th was higher than the average of weekends and holidays in the previous four weeks in many areas, and the increase was noticeable in Nagoya and Okayama.

NHK uses the location information data of mobile phones collected by the IT-related company "Agoop" with the permission of the user in a form that does not identify the individual, and uses the data of the location information of the mobile phone to declare a state of emergency in 10 prefectures. We analyzed the number of people at major points.

The time analyzed is from 6 am to 6 pm during the day and from 6 pm to midnight the next day at night.

According to it, the number of people on the 13th was higher than the average of the previous four weeks on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays at many points.

The rate of increase at each point is

▽ 6% during the day and 22% at night near the Shibuya scramble intersection,

▽ 9% during the day and 16% at night near Tokyo Station, and

▽ both during the day and at night near Nagoya Station. 26%,

▽ 10% during the day near Osaka Umeda Station, 11% at night,

▽ 13% during the day near Sannomiya Station in Kobe City, 21% at night,

▽ 17% during the day near Kyoto Station, 16% at night

, 34% during the day near Okayama station, 24% at night, and the increase in Nagoya and Okayama was conspicuous.

In other areas, the rate of increase is

▽ 13% during the day and night near Sapporo Station,

13% during the day and 12%

near Hiroshima Station,

▽ 19% during the day near Hakata Station, at night It is 9% and so on.

On the other hand, in the vicinity of Prefectural Office Station in Naha City, there was a 47% decrease during the day and a 23% decrease at night.