The outbreak situation of new coronavirus infectious disease in ward

In order to prevent the spread of infectious diseases in Sumida Ward, minimize the impact of health risks caused by infectious diseases on individuals and society, and ensure the safety and security of residents, information on the outbreak status, etc. will be made public.
From September 26, 2020 (Monday), the policy of reporting all infected people nationwide will be reviewed.
Along with this, the contents of the announcement of the patient outbreak in this ward have also been changed.

Outbreak situation in Sumida Ward (updated once a week)

Situation from December 12 (Mon) to December 18 (Sun), 2022
number of infected 1824 people

*Includes those who have registered with the Tokyo Positive Person Registration Center and are not subject to notification of outbreaks.

Status until September 25, 2022
Cumulative number of infected people 62,586 people

Infected person outbreak graph

As for the outbreak situation graph of infected person of 2020 (from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021), please see the following files.

For details on the attributes of infected people, please see the PDF file below.

Infected person situation

The last 7 days, from December 12, 2022 to December 18, 2022
Number of people recommended for hospitalization 67 people
Number of deaths (cumulative) 84 people

The number of deaths is the cumulative number from April 1, 2020.
I sincerely pray for the repose of the souls of the deceased residents.

PCR test implementation status (total from April 1, 2020)

As of December 18, 2022
number of tests 146,441 cases
positive (+) 31,538 cases
negative(-) 114,903 cases
positive rate 21.5%

PCR test performance and positive rate

Please see the file below for the graph of the PCR test results and positive rate in 2020 (from April 1, 2020 to March 31, 2021).

Respect for human rights and protection of personal information

We ask for your understanding and consideration for respecting the human rights and protecting personal information of infected people and their families.

Related Links

Please see the above page for the latest infection trends in Tokyo.

Please see the above page for the latest infection trends nationwide.

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