Japan's COVID death rate nearly reaches zero

COVID death rate in Japan is almost zero

The death rate from coronavirus infection in Japan has almost reached zero.

Over the past week, the country recorded only six deaths from coronavirus, which was the lowest since the beginning of the second wave of the pandemic & mdash; July 2020.

According to information from Bloomberg, the daily number of coronavirus infections has decreased from 25 thousand in August 2021 to 200 cases in the last three weeks.

It is reported that the main the reason for the decrease in the incidence was the mass vaccination. To date, 77% of the population is vaccinated against COVID-19.

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