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Tokyo reports 311 new coronavirus cases

The Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday reported 311 new cases of the coronavirus, down 107 from Sunday. The number is the result of 5,117 tests conducted on Nov 27.

The tally brought Tokyo’s cumulative total to 40,939.

By age group, the highest number of cases were people in their 40s (69), followed by 68 in their 20s and 51 in their 30s.

The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 70, up three from Sunday, health officials said.






30日に東京都が確認した新型コロナウイルスの新たな感染者は311人でした。一方、重症の患者は前の日から3人増えて70人となり、5月10日以来の70人以上となりました。
 感染が確認されたのは10歳未満から90代の男女311人です。年代別に見ると40代が最も多い69人、次いで20代が68人、30代が51人、50代が32人でした。重症化リスクが高い65歳以上の高齢者は合わせて57人でした。重症の患者は前の日から3人増えて70人となり、5月10日以来の70人以上となりました。緊急事態宣言が解除された後では最も多くなりました。これで都の感染者は4万940人です。月別に見ると今月の感染者は初めて9000人を超えて9867人で、これまでで最も多かった8月の8125人を大幅に上回って最多となりました。

Nov 30

The Tokyo metropolitan government on Monday reported 311 new cases of the coronavirus, down 107 from Sunday. The number is the result of 5,117 tests conducted on Nov 27.
(Japan Today)

Nov 30

Crown Prince Fumihito, the younger brother of Emperor Naruhito, has said he “approves” of his daughter Princess Mako marrying her university boyfriend Kei Komuro, but reiterated that Komuro’s mother must solve a money dispute she is involved in first.
(Kyodo)

Nov 30

Sightseeing spots across Japan have been welcoming visitors on the first Sunday since the government declared the next three weeks as crucial to curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
(NHK)

Nov 30

Japanese officials reported 2,066 new cases of the coronavirus on Sunday.
(NHK)

Nov 30

Japan’s Daisuke Takahashi may already be royalty in the eyes of many Japanese figure skating fans, but on Sunday he declared himself the man who would be king in his bid to emulate Japan’s ageless soccer icon, Kazuyoshi “King Kazu” Miura. (Kyodo)

Nov 30

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has caused many businesses to increasingly rely on the internet for survival. (tokyoreporter.com)

Nov 30

Sources say the organizing committee of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics now estimates that the extra costs related to the Games’ postponement will come to about 200 billion yen, or 1.9 billion dollars.
(NHK)

Nov 30

A rare nine-legged octopus was discovered off the coast of northeastern Japan earlier this month, with those curious about the unusual creature now able to see it on display at the town’s local nature center. (Kyodo)

Nov 30

Japan and China are resuming business travel between the countries on Monday, as part of efforts to ease entry restrictions and promote economic activities.
(NHK)

Nov 30

Pandemic-induced school closures saw Japanese children discover the charm of the 50-year-old popular comic series Doraemon, which proved a smash hit this year, according to its publisher.
(Japan Today)

Nov 30

One girl’s mesmerising voyage through Japan is cut short when she encounters another girl — a recurring stranger — haunting her path. (NOWNESS)

Nov 30

A Japanese H-2A rocket launched Japan’s first Optical Data Relay Satellite with a laser communications payload in geosynchronous orbit. (Raw Space)

Nov 30

Race-favorite Almond Eye captured a record ninth turf Grade 1 victory on Sunday in the 40th running of the Japan Cup, her final race before retirement. (Japan Times)

Nov 30

All Nippon Airways has proposed a more flexible work setup for flight attendants, including the option of working less for lower pay, with an eye on retaining jobs while reducing personnel costs. (Nikkei)

Nov 30

Veteran enka singer Shoji Koganezawa, 62, has been arrested for drunk driving, police in Tokyo said Sunday.
(Japan Today)

Nov 30

A 73-year-old woman has received a doctoral degree for her research into representations of the folklore theme of a night parade of demons, saying her embrace of lifelong learning has brought joy to her life. (Kyodo)

Nov 30

Taiya Ryokan is a traditional Japanese Inn with a history going back 300 years! (ONLY in JAPAN * GO)

Nov 30

Japanese trend-setters can now protect against the coronavirus in luxurious style with opulent masks adorned with diamond and pearls for a cool million yen ($9,600) each. (Reuters)

Nov 29

A record 2,684 people were found to have been infected with the coronavirus in Japan on Saturday.
(NHK)

Nov 29

Police in Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture, have arrested a common-law couple on suspicion of leaving the body of an infant inside a refrigerator at their apartment.
(Japan Today)



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