7% of people in Tokyo, Japan said they had symptoms. South Korea's' college entrance examination 'was postponed for two weeks
As of the evening of March 31, there were 230 newly confirmed cases in Japan that day, with a total of 2217 confirmed cases and more than 2000 domestic infections.
According to a recent survey, 7.1% of the 60 thousand respondents in Tokyo said they had at least 1 symptoms of COVID-19 infection, including high fever and severe cough. Tokyo governor Yuko Koike said the situation was urgent and the prime minister needed to decide as soon as possible whether to declare a state of emergency.
At the same time, the South Korean Ministry of Education announced on March 31 that affected by the epidemic, the 2020 university learning ability test originally scheduled to be held on November 19 will be postponed for two weeks. In addition, primary and secondary schools across the country will start implementing distance learning in batches in April.