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Tokyo reports record high 7,377 new coronavirus cases

The Tokyo metropolitan government on Wednesday reported a record high 7,377 new coronavirus cases, up 2,192 from Tuesday and up 5,179 from last Wednesday.
By age group, 2,120 cases were in their 20s, 1,305 in their 30s, 1,043 in their 40s, while 939 were aged between 10 and 19, and 700 younger than 10.
The number of infected people hospitalized with severe symptoms in Tokyo is 10, up three from Tuesday, health officials said. The nationwide figure is 281, up 20 from Tuesday.
Nationwide, the number of reported cases was a record high 41,485. After Tokyo, the prefectures with the most cases were Osaka (6,101), Aichi (2,881), Hyogo (2,514), Kanagawa (2,288), Saitama (2,215), Fukuoka (2,208), Chiba (1,605), Okinawa (1,443), Kyoto (1,202), Hokkaido (1,170), Hiroshima (1,042), Shizuoka (877), Kumamoto (711), Okayama (483), Gifu (461), Gunma (444), Niigata (440), Nagasaki (409), Ibaraki (393), Shiga (381), Nara (344), Yamaguchi (320), Tochigi (316), Mie (286), Aomori (284), Oita (270), Wakayama (269), Kagoshima (256), Ehime (245), Miyazaki (235), Saga (209), Ishikawa (176), Shimane (174) and Miyagi (162).
Fifteen coronavirus-related deaths were reported nationwide.




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