Overseas Network, February 25. According to a Japanese television report on the evening of the 24th, there are currently more than 200 cases of mutated new coronavirus infections in Japan. These mutated viruses have previously been found in the UK, South Africa, Brazil and other places.
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare stated on the 24th that Japan confirmed 6 cases of mutated virus infection on the same day, including patients under the age of 10 and more than 10 years old. They were infected with the mutated new crown virus found in the UK. None of these patients have been abroad, and there are no critically ill patients. Up to now, including the airport quarantine, Japan has detected 202 people infected with the mutant virus.
In addition, from February 11 to 14, a total of 6 cases of mutated virus infection were detected at Narita, Haneda, and Kansai airports in Japan. Four of them arrived in Japan from Pakistan and the UAE, carrying a mutated virus found in the United Kingdom; a female arrived in Japan from the Philippines with a mutated virus found in South Africa; another male arrived in Japan with a mutated virus found in Brazil .