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There have been eight reported cases of this delta subtype outside of Japan, but its infectivity remains unknown.


A new type of "delta" variant was discovered in a patient at a subsidiary hospital earlier this month. It contained the L452R mutation, which is seen in the delta variant, as well as the N501S mutation, which resembles the N501Y mutation, which occurs in the alphas.

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The minister in charge of coronavirus measures said that a state of emergency would be imposed in eight more prefectures in Japan

The state of emergency will affect the prefectures of Hokkaido, Miyagi, Gifu, Aiti, Mie, Shiga, Okayama and Hiroshima. It will take effect from August 27 to September 12.


The reason for the expansion of the NA zones is due to the rapid spread of the Delta strain. The government is struggling to control the coronavirus situation, as people are tired of living in a restricted environment and many companies ignore repeated requests to transfer people to remote work.

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According to the organizers, a person with a positive result for the virus is not an athlete and does not live in Japan. Organizers have already reported more than 70 Coronavirus cases related to the Paralympic Games, mostly among contractors and staff. The games will start on August 24. About 4,400 athletes from about 160 teams intend to take part in them. As with the Olympics, they will be required to take daily coronavirus tests, wear face masks and maintain social distance in the Paralympic Village. The fourth state of emergency is currently in force in Tokyo, and the organizers have decided not to allow spectators to the Paralympic Games. Organizers say they were able to significantly curb the spread of COVID-19 during the Olympics earlier this month through harsh antivirus measures.
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The typhoon "Nepartak"

was located 70 kilometers south of the city of Morioka in Iwate Prefecture, moving at a speed of 25 km per hour in a northwesterly direction.


Wind speeds exceed 54 km per hour within 280 kilometers to the northeast and 220 kilometers to the northwest of the center of the typhoon.


33 mm of rainfall per hour was recorded before 8 am on Wednesday in the town of Rikudzentakata in Iwate Prefecture.


All flights at Haneda International Airport have been canceled.

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Infections in the city increased to 1429 on Monday compared to the week before.


The number of infections usually decreases after weekends and holidays, when the number of tests is reduced, so experts and politicians are closely monitoring Tuesday's figures, which should be published in the afternoon to get a clearer picture of the situation.


Hospitals have begun accepting more patients, and Tokyo plans to increase the number of beds to 6,406 from the current 5,967 beds by early next month.


Health experts have warned that seasonal factors, increased mobility and the spread of strains will increase the number of COVID-19 cases this summer.

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There is one athlete among the patients, but his name is not named.


He did not live in the Olympic Village and is not a member of the Japanese national team.


The organizers have promised to hold safe Olympic and Paralympic Games with quarantine rules and testing to limit the spread of the coronavirus.


But the positive results continue to be recorded on a daily basis amid concerns about whether COVID-19 countermeasures are being taken properly.

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