China News Service, July 5th, according to the Japan Broadcasting Association (NHK), recently, Tokyo, Japan has encountered high temperature weather.

The number of suspected heatstroke deaths in Tokyo in June was as high as 42, much higher than the same period in previous years.

Data map: Japanese streets.

  The report quoted the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department and the Supervision Medical Center as saying that in June, a total of 42 people in Tokyo were suspected of dying from heat stroke, ranging in age from their 40s to their 90s. 16 people.

  According to reports, in the past 10 years, the number of suspected heatstroke deaths has been less than 10 in June each year, and the number has risen sharply this year.

  From June 25 to July 3, Tokyo experienced high temperature weather for 9 consecutive days.

Among those suspected of dying from heat stroke in June, 90% died after the 25th.

  The Tokyo Fire Department has called on the public to use air-conditioning equipment and pay attention to timely replenishment of water to prevent heat stroke.