China News Service, October 22. According to Japan’s "Mainichi Shimbun" report, the Tokyo Metropolitan Epidemic Monitoring Conference was held on the 21st.

This meeting is to analyze the trend of the new crown epidemic in Tokyo, Japan.

The meeting pointed out that in the seven days from the 13th to the 20th, 60% of the new confirmed cases of new crown in Tokyo have an unknown route of infection.

  The report pointed out that due to the medical supply system for the first time from 4 to 3 levels of alert.

Experts suggest that the current decline in the number of new crown infections is the time to investigate the path of infection.

Data map: Japanese streets.

  According to official sources from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Japan, 61% of the newly-infected people with new coronaviruses from the 13th to the 20th have an unknown path of infection.

Among them, the proportion of people in their 20s, 40s and 60s exceeds 60%.

  The director of Japan’s National Center for International Medical Research and the International Center for Infectious Diseases said that “there are still many patients whose infection path is unknown”. He emphasized that “if the confirmed cases of new crown can maintain the current situation and continue to decrease, it can be traced back. (Path of infection), now is the time to actively investigate."

  According to statistics, as of 9:00 p.m. local time on October 21, there were 36 new confirmed cases of new crowns and 2 new deaths from new crowns in Tokyo.

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