The temperature will rise mainly in western and eastern Japan on the 2nd, and dangerous heat is expected in some places, and it is expected to be a hot day in various places.

Avoid going out during the day as much as possible, and continue to be very vigilant against heat stroke, such as replenishing water and salt diligently.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, on July 1, the maximum temperature exceeded 40 degrees Celsius at six stations in Gunma, Saitama, and Gifu prefectures, and it was dangerously hot in Osaka and Nagoya at 38.4 degrees Celsius. I did.

On the 2nd, it was sunny mainly in western and eastern Japan, and

the maximum temperature during the day

was 38 degrees in Maebashi City, Kumagaya City, Saitama Prefecture, Kyoto City, Toyooka City, Hyogo Prefecture

▽ Saga City, Fukushima City, Takayama City, Gifu Prefecture. 37 degrees

▽ 36 degrees in Kumamoto city and Kofu city

▽ 35 degrees in central Tokyo and Osaka city, and

hot days are expected in various places.

The Japan Meteorological Agency and the Ministry of the Environment have issued "heat stroke warning alerts" in various parts of western and eastern Japan, saying that the risk of heat stroke is extremely high.

Please be very careful about heat stroke and take measures.

It is also important to avoid going out during the day, to rehydrate frequently, to use the air conditioner properly without patience, and to take a break by removing the mask when there is little conversation outdoors.

The number of people transported due to heat stroke is increasing rapidly, and there are a number of cases in which elderly people die on suspicion of heat stroke.

Make sure that your family members and those around you who live far away speak to you to ensure proper use of air conditioning indoors.

252 people were taken to the hospital on suspicion of heat stroke in Tokyo (July 1)

On July 1, 252 people were taken to the hospital on suspicion of heat stroke in Tokyo, exceeding 200 for four consecutive days.

According to the Tokyo Fire Department, between midnight and 9 pm on July 1, 252 men and women between the ages of 7 and 97 were taken to the hospital on suspicion of heat stroke. ..

By age group, there are 64 people in their 80s, 41 people in their 70s, 31 people in their 60s, etc., and more than half of the people are in their 60s or older.

According to the preliminary figures of the Tokyo Fire Department, the number of carriers of heat stroke in Tokyo was 224 on June 28, 215 on June 29, and 294 on June 30, for four consecutive days on July 1. Over 200 people.

It is expected that severe heat will continue in various places for two days, and the Tokyo Fire Department and others are calling for thorough measures against heat stroke, such as using air conditioning without patience and diligently replenishing water.