In a first, Tokyo's daily COVID-19 cases surpass 1,000-mark

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Tokyo [Japan], December 31: The quantity of new every day COVID-19 cases in Tokyo outperformed the 1,000-mark unexpectedly since the flare-up of the pandemic, Governor Yuriko Koike said Thursday, as indicated by nearby media. 

Public telecaster NHK, in the interim, cited Tokyo metropolitan government sources as saying that new cases have topped 1,300, far obscuring the past record of 949 cases logged last Saturday, as the city keeps on wrestling with reliably rising contaminations. 

The most recent figures come as Tokyo's clinical framework is getting progressively stressed inferable from rising diseases and specialists have cautioned that the circumstance is "entering a basic stage." 

The specialists said the clinical framework in the Japanese capital "may fall if the circumstance proceeds." 

The admonition follows a board of specialists and Tokyo metropolitan government authorities meeting the earlier day with respect to the pandemic. 

They chose to keep the clinical framework at the most noteworthy alarm level on its four-level scale. (ANI/Xinhua)
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