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Tokyo reports 95 new COVID-19 cases, falling below 100 for first time since July 8

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The Tokyo Metropolitan Government on Monday reported 95 new cases of the unique coronavirus, greatly reduced after covering 200 cases in current days.

It was the first day-to-day number below 100 in Tokyo since July 8, when it reported 75 cases, according to the cosmopolitan federal government.

The single-day number, compared to 212 verified on Sunday, brought Tokyo’s collective total amount to 19,428.

Some health and wellness specialists have actually just recently recommended that a rebirth of infections currently struck its height in late July. But the Japanese funding, which has a populace of virtually 14 million, has actually maintained its alert for the coronavirus pandemic at the greatest of 4 degrees, significance “infections are spreading.”

The cosmopolitan federal government has actually asked for that facilities offering alcohol as well as karaoke places nearby 10 p.m. up until completion of August to minimize the threat of infection.

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