On the 29th in Tokyo, a total of 215 men and women were transported to the hospital on suspicion of heat stroke, and the number of people transported for two consecutive days exceeded 200.

This is the first time in June that the number of people per day has exceeded 200, at least in the last 10 years, and the Tokyo Fire Department is calling for measures such as frequent hydration.

The city center of Tokyo had five consecutive hot days from the 25th to the 29th of this month, but according to the Tokyo Fire Department, 215 people aged 8 to 100 years old on the 29th and 28th on the suspicion of heat stroke in the city. 224 people between the ages of 8 and 100 were taken to the hospital.

Of these, on the 29th, 6 people in their 70s to 80s were seriously ill, and 5 people in their 50s to 80s were more seriously "serious".

In addition, 89 people are moderately ill and 115 are mildly ill.

This is the first time in at least the last decade that more than 200 people have been transported daily in June.

In addition, the total number of people transported from the beginning of this month to the 29th is 1223, which is the highest number in the past 10 years for June.

It has been extremely hot in Tokyo for 30 days, and the Tokyo Fire Department and others use the air conditioner without patience, diligently rehydrate before thirsty, and secure a distance of 2 meters or more from people outdoors. If possible, we are calling for measures such as removing the mask.