Information on the COVID-19 situation in Japan

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Regions with widespread infections

Data compiled by the Iwate COVID-19 Countermeasures HQ

To prevent the further spread of the virus, we kindly ask all residents to refrain from traveling to “regions that have declared a State of Emergency”, unless it is for urgent and essential reasons. In addition, please make careful consideration when traveling to regions that are or have been reporting “15 or more new cases within the most recent week (per a population of 100,000)”, one of several conditions indicating the rate of infections; or to areas that have announced to refrain traveling or going out for similar non-urgent and non-essential reasons.

Regions that have declared a State of Emergency (SoE)

 Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, and Kanagawa Prefectures

Types of travel allowed during the SoE:

  • Business trips
    (for healthcare workers or those working in services necessary to sustain the daily lives of people, any work that can’t be done remotely, etc.)
  • Hospital check-ups
  • Nursing care for parents, etc.
  • Job searching activities
  • Taking the entrance exam

15 or more new cases within the most recent week

For the week of 3/1 ~ 3/7/2021 (per a population of 100,000)

Case numbers chart for most recent week
For all prefectures

Regions with 15 or more new cases within the most recent week

(per a population of 100,000)

None at the moment 

(Disclaimer) Excluding regions that have declared a State of Emergency. Data compiled by the Iwate Prefecture COVID-19 Countermeasures HQ. Please be sure to check the coronavirus situation of the region you intend to visit if you have travel plans. 

Regions that have announced to refrain non-urgent and non-essential travel

 

  • Gunma
  • Aichi
  • Kyoto
  • Osaka
  • Hyogo
  • Fukuoka

(Disclaimer) Excluding regions that have declared a State of Emergency. Data compiled by the Iwate Prefecture COVID-19 Countermeasures HQ. Please be sure to check the coronavirus situation of the region you intend to visit by checking each prefecture or region’s official coronavirus information website.)

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