On the first weekend after the Japanese government issued the “emergency declaration”, the number of people in urban centers such as Tokyo and Osaka was more epidemic Before the reduction of more than 70%.
Based on the statistics of mobile communication base stations, NTT DoCoMo divides the main urban center areas into 500 meters as the calculation unit, and analyzes the mobile user data of mobile users. The first weekend after the Japanese government issued the “Declaration of Emergency Situations”, at 3 pm on April 12, the number of people in the area around Shibuya Station in Tokyo decreased by 73.7% compared to the weekend of November last year. This is a 25.5% decrease from April 5 (Sunday) before the release of the “Emergency Declaration”. The number of people in the area around Yokohama Station decreased by 76.5% from the weekend of November last year and by 25.7% from April 5. In addition, the weekly area of Osaka Station has decreased by 82.9% compared to the weekend of November last year, and 58.2% compared with April 5th. The area around Fukuoka Prefecture Tenjin Station was 73.2% less than the weekend of November last year, and 25.2% less than April 5.
The data shows that in 7 areas, such as Tokyo and Osaka, that implemented the “emergency declaration” and called on the public not to go out, the number of people in the bustling area has dropped significantly.
The government website releases the latest statistics of people flow every morning
In order to achieve the goal of reducing personnel activity by 80%, the Japanese government will release statistics on the increase and decrease of the number of people in major urban areas based on statistical data such as mobile phone location information in the “New CoronaVirus ” on the homepage of the cabinet website Update the data so that people and businesses can understand the increase and decrease of the flow of people in this intuitive way, and consciously cooperate to reduce personnel contact.
It is understood that the Japanese government will update the daily statistics on the number of people around the 7 metropolitan areas that implement the “Declaration of Emergency” and 5 stations around Shibuya, Shinbashi, Shinjuku, Shinagawa and Roppongi in Tokyo. Also indicate the ratio of the latest data to the previous day and the data before the “Emergency Declaration”.