THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
June 4, 2020 at 17:11 JST
The Rainbow Bridge is lit up in red on June 2 after the Tokyo metropolitan government issued an alert urging caution about a further spread in COVID-19 infections. (Kotaro Ebara)
Two days after issuing an alert regarding the novel coronavirus pandemic, Tokyo reported 28 new COVID-19 infections on June 4, according to sources.
The alert was issued on June 2 urging local residents to be extra careful about a second wave of infections because the number of new cases reached 34 that day, the first time the daily tally rose above 30 in 19 days.
The latest figure brings the total number of infections in the capital to 5,323.
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