Over 4,000 people in Japan have so far tested positive for coronavirus, the country’s Health Ministry announced Saturday.

The ministry said 367 new cases were diagnosed, bringing the national tally to 4,209.

The death toll rose to 95, after seven more people died from COVID-19, it added.

According to the Kyodo news agency, at least 118 new cases were confirmed in Tokyo on Saturday, the first time the city registered cases in three digits. The new cases brought the city’s tally to 891.

In an official statement, Governor Yuriko Koike reiterated his call to citizens, urging them to stay

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