Tokyo Moves Mild-symptom Patients To Hotel

Tokyo moves mild-symptom patients to hotel

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has begun moving people who have tested positive for the new coronavirus but have only mild or no symptoms to a hotel.

The government rented the budget hotel in central Tokyo to temporarily accommodate such patients.

Tokyo To Use Hotel For Patients With Mild Symptoms

Tokyo to use hotel for patients with mild symptoms

The Tokyo government will use a hotel for patients with relatively mild or no symptoms of the new coronavirus in preparation for a spike of infection cases.

Tokyo officials announced on Monday that the metropolitan government had requisitioned a business hotel in the capital's Chuo Ward.

Minister Recommends Self-isolation For Mild Cases

Minister recommends self-isolation for mild cases

Japan's health minister says local governments should consider asking people with mild symptoms of the coronavirus to self-isolate at their homes or in hotels.

Kato Katsunobu told reporters on Friday that the ministry will allow local governments to decide whether people with mild or no symptoms should be hospitalized. It wants to give priority to seriously ill patients in Tokyo and other areas where the number of cases is rapidly increasing.

Tokyo To Secure Hotels For Mild-symptom Patients

Tokyo to secure hotels for mild-symptom patients

Sources familiar with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government's health policy say officials are working to secure hotels for currently hospitalized coronavirus patients whose symptoms are mild.

The sources say doctors will be at the hotels to monitor patients. They add that patients will be hospitalized again if their symptoms worsen.

Doctor: Symptoms Mild, But Caution Needed

Doctor: Symptoms mild, but caution needed

A doctor who treated people infected with the new coronavirus says symptoms are relatively mild but measures should be taken to protect vulnerable people.

Satoshi Kutsuna of Japan's National Center for Global Health and Medicine spoke to NHK about his experience treating five patients.

Roasted Tea A Hit For Its Mild Flavor, Aroma

Roasted tea a hit for its mild flavor, aroma

By Miho Saeki / Yomiuri Shimbun Staff WriterBeverages, sweets and other products flavored with hojicha, or Japanese roasted green tea, have become a common sight in stores these days.

Hojicha's mild flavor and aroma have brought new popularity to existing products. Increasing health consciousness among consumers has also fueled the trend.

Mild Winter Brings Cherry Blossoms To Izu 10 Days Early

Mild winter brings cherry blossoms to Izu 10 days earlyAn unseasonably warm January led to an even earlier-than-usual bloom for the famed Kawazu cherry trees here, to the delight of visitors pouring in for a flower viewing festival.
The trees, which always bloom earlier than other cherry species, are already reaching their peak along the Kawazugawa river, about 10 days earlier than usual.

Honda Preps Mild Refresh For Brio And Brio Amaze

Honda Preps Mild Refresh For Brio And Brio AmazeTweaked for the new model year, the Brio sedan and hatch are getting ready to arrive at dealerships across the Asian market.
Both models have received a slightly updated exterior design consisting of a new grille, revised projector headlights with LED position, new front fog lights, different bumpers, fresh alloy wheels and a new metallic color called Lunar Silver, offered alongside the White Taffeta and Crystal Black Pearl.