Tabular maps of Numbers of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Kanagawa Prefecture

* In Kamakura Health and Welfare Office (Kamakura City, Zushi City, Miura City, Hayama Town, Miura City), Chigasaki Health Center (Chigasaki City, Samukawa Town), Atsugi Health and Welfare Office (Atsugi City, Ebina City, Zama City, Aikawa Town, Kiyokawa Village, Yamato City, Ayase City), Odawara Health and Welfare Office (Odawara City, Minamashigara City, Nakai Town, Ooi Town, Matsuda Town, Yamakita Town, Kaisei Town, Hakone Town, Manazuru Town, Yugawara Town), Hiratsuka Health and Welfare Office (Hiratsuka City, Hadano City, Isehara City, Oiso Town, Ninomiya Town), and Chigasaki Health and Welfare Office (Chigasaki City, Samukawa Town), the names of the municipalities where the infected persons reside are not completely disclosed and we described possibilities as "(min-max)."* Until 17 April 2020, the number of infected persons in each municipality had not been published by Kanagawa Prefecture, and the number of infected persons was indicated as (0 - maximum number of persons) in each health center. However, since the number of infected persons by municipality was published by Kanagawa Prefecture on 17 April 2020, we have revised the notation method.

Leaving or In Hospital Ratio

Male-to-Female Ratio

Numbers of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by Age Group

Numbers of new Patients of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by Day

Cumulative Numbers of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by Day

Cumulative Numbers of PCR inspectors by Day

Ratio of infected persons with high-risk contact

Ratio of infected persons who have overseas travel history

Numbers of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) by Medical classifications

※The classification based on the data of Kanagawa Prefecture. And we classified as "serious" if the patients had "pneumonia" or "high fever and breathing difficulties". If there was no pneumonia or high fever and other symptoms were observed, it was considered a mild case.

Percentage of infected persons by noticeable symptoms

* "Fevers" with a fever of 37°C or higher, and "High Fevers" with a fever of 38°C or higher were counted.

Outbreak history and post-event response of the infected facilities in Kanagawa Prefecture

* We hope that you will use these information to raise your awareness of preventive actions against COVID-19 based on the understanding that the facilities listed above are highly reliable facilities, companies, and organizations that promptly disclose information about outbreaks and stays of infected persons.

Medical institutions available online or over the phone in Kanagawa Prefecture

*This is a map of medical institutions in Kanagawa Prefecture that offer online or telephone services. Please check the information of each medical institution for details of the procedures and support.

About Infectious Disease Control

  • It's important to keep a good environment in the place where you often stay at. ex) Clean clothes, comfortable room temperature and humidity, appropriate ventilation, and taking a good sleep and a rest.
  • It is important to control allergic rhinitis symptoms, such as hay fever, which are likely to occur at certain times of the year, on a regular basis.
    →Please get treatment if it seems necessary to keep the nasal mucosa close to normal. It is also important to take control of any other chronic diseases and make sure that you are in good physical condition.
  • Avoid touching your nose, eyes, or mouth with hands. People tends to touch these body parts unconsciously where are the potential routes of infection.
  • When sharing same spaces with others, please wear a mask and keep a certain distance (generally 2 meters or more and keeping out of reach) each other.
  • Refrain from going out for unnecessary or non-urgent matters.
  • It is effective to gargle and wash your hands frequently and brush your teeth after eating.
  • Please use alcohol to disinfect things that many people use (doorknobs, common equipment, common books, smartphones, mice, etc.).
  • Dry mucous membranes make the virus to enter human bodies easily, so be sure to rehydrate (drink water) frequently, keep the room humidified and ventilated, and keep the throat and nasal mucous membranes from drying out.
  • Minimize the amount of time you spend in a space with an unspecified number of people and try to avoid the situation as much as possible.
  • If you use public transportation, plan to reduce the number of round trips and ride times as much as possible.
  • If you have early symptoms of a cold (mild general sluggishness, fever, sore throat, nasal symptoms such as nasal discharge, nasal obstruction, sneezing, and aching joints), and you are conscious, able to breathe, and able to take fluids and food from your mouth, you should stay and take rests at home.
    →Healthy adults with a normal immune system are usually able to recover in three to four days with adequate rest, fluids and nutrition. If it seems to be recovering up, there is nothing to worry about.
    →At this point, even if you visit a general medical institution because you are anxious and want to see a doctor for your anxiety, there is no test, no effective medication, and the possibility that your physical strength will be exhausted increases and there is no point.
  • If you have any other chronical diseases, please call your doctor or your doctor's office or clinic first and follow the instructions.
  • If your symptoms do not improve after more than 4 days, you may be infected with the coronavirus, so contact your local health center directly. Please follow their instructions if it is deemed necessary to perform a PCR test.
  • If it has not been 4 days, but you have serious symptoms such as pain, inability to take it orally due to general fatigue, difficulty in breathing, or feeling light-headed, please do not hesitate to call a medical institution that can treat the infection and follow the instructions.
  • Don't hesitate to call for an ambulance if your symptoms are extremely bad.
  • If there is a possibility of coronavirus infection, it is necessary to separate the route of entry into the hospital from other patients and to diagnose and treat them in an isolated space.


Special Thanks

MD Ayako Hamada
Ayumi Oka
Tsuyoshi Horikawa
Kakeru Nakajima
Fumihiko Koyama
Taichi Furuhashi
Nobusuke Iwasaki
Eriko Fukumoto
Keisuke Sakamoto
Ryuta Shikanai
Aoi Matsuguchi
Fumika Kotani