As of the 17th of this month, the "usage rate of severely ill beds" was 56% in Kyoto prefecture and 56 in Osaka prefecture

as an index showing the level of medical tightness in prefectures regarding the infection status of the new corona virus.

%, 62% in Nara prefecture, 58% in Kochi prefecture, and the


"use rate of secured beds" is Gunma prefecture, Saitama prefecture, Chiba prefecture, Tokyo metropolitan area, Kanagawa prefecture, Yamanashi prefecture, Gifu prefecture, Aichi prefecture. , Mie prefecture, Shiga prefecture, Kyoto prefecture, Osaka prefecture, Hyogo prefecture, Nara prefecture, Wakayama prefecture, Okayama prefecture, Hiroshima prefecture, Kagawa prefecture, Fukuoka prefecture, Kumamoto prefecture, Kagoshima prefecture, 50% or more each, government subcommittee It exceeds the guideline of "level to strengthen measures" indicated by.

The government's "Coronavirus Infectious Disease Control Subcommittee" summarizes the idea of ​​taking measures with an emphasis on the degree of medical strain.



The degree of medical care is different in each prefecture, so the level is decided by the prefecture.



In response to this, the Cabinet Secretariat has shown two indicators for determining the level of the prefecture, "load on the medical care provision system" and "infection status", of which "medical care provision system, etc." There are five items in "Load", such as "Usage rate of secured beds" and "Usage rate of severely secured beds".



The Cabinet Secretariat has released data for all 47 prefectures nationwide as of February 17.



Of these, the


"use rate of secured beds" was


▽ Kyoto prefecture 56%,


▽ Osaka prefecture 56%,


▽ Nara prefecture 62%,


▽ Kochi prefecture 58%,



"secured bed usage rate" was


▽ 65% in Gunma prefecture,


▽ 61% in Saitama prefecture,


▽ 68% in Chiba prefecture,


▽ 59% in Tokyo,


▽ 71% in Kanagawa prefecture,


▽ 70% in Yamanashi prefecture,


▽ 56% in Gifu prefecture,


▽ Aichi 76% in prefecture, ▽


55% in Mie prefecture,


▽ 75% in Shiga prefecture,


▽ 73% in Kyoto prefecture,


▽ 83% in Osaka prefecture,


▽ 76% in Hyogo prefecture,


▽ 72% in Nara prefecture,


▽ Wakayama prefecture 61%,


▽ 55% in Okayama prefecture,


▽ 55% in Hiroshima prefecture,


▽ 51% in Kagawa prefecture,


▽ 84% in Fukuoka prefecture,


▽ 58% in Kumamoto prefecture,


▽ 57% in Kagoshima prefecture, 50% or less, respectively. It is above the standard.



In addition, the "load on the medical care provision system, etc." includes the "hospitalization rate" and its "compared to last week", and the "change in the number of severely ill persons" compared to last week.



In addition, "infection status" includes "positive rate of PCR test", "number of new positives" per 100,000 people, "number of new positives" "compared to last week" and "compared to last week", and "infection". There are five items, "Percentage of people whose route is unknown".



The data for each prefecture is introduced in detail on the NHK special website.



Have a look at this.



https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/special/coronavirus/

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