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Number of infections (PCR positive) and PCR tests in Miyagi prefecture

COVID-19 Cases in Miyagi  (the population is approx. 2,290,000)                                                    as of 24:00, May.5

Confirmed Inpatients Severe Deaths Discharged
No. of cases 8,191 413 9 69 7,696


COVID-19 News in Miyagi and Updates

2021  

From April 5 to May 11 Sendai City takes stricter anti-virus measures. Business hours are until 8 pm for all restaurants and karaoke stores.* Restriction on use of public facilities, and limit the number of spectators at events to 5,000.
From April 5 to May 11 Miyagi Prefecture except Sendai City takes anti-virus measures. Business hours are until 9 pm for restaurants that serve alcoholic beverage and karaoke
stores.*
From March 25 to April 4 In Sendai City, business hours are until 9 pm for restaurants that serve alcoholic beverage and karaoke stores due to COVID-19 preventive measure*
March 24 One student in Natori campus was found to be infected with the COVID-19 virus. The student never visited the campus from the onset of infection because of the spring holiday, and had no contact with other students nor faculty.
From March 18 to April 11 Miyagi prefecture's individual declaration of the State of Emergency.
March 15 One student in Hirose campus was found to be infected with the COVID-19 virus. The student never visited the campus from the onset of infection because of the spring holiday, and had no contact with other students nor faculty.
From Jan. 27 to Feb. 7 In Sendai City, business hours are until 10 pm for restaurants that serve alcoholic beverage and karaoke stores due to COVID-19 preventive measure*
January 13 Record-high 89 cases in the prefecture

 * Sendai KOSEN announced own preventive measures on June 1, 2020.
 →A message from President Fukumura regarding the reopening of campuses


COVID-19 news in Miyagi and updates in 2020 PDF


Hirose and Natori Campuses Updates

From June 22 to the present Both in-person classes and online courses are conducted
From April 20 to June 19 Online courses were conducted
From April 13 to June 21 Campuses were closed for in-person classes


Miyagi Prefectural Government (2021). https://www.pref.miyagi.jp/site/covid-19/02.html
(accessed 2021-5-7)

 

 

Miyagi Prefectural Government (2021). https://www.pref.miyagi.jp/site/covid-19/05.html
(accessed 2021-5-7)