Number of positive cases

This is open data on the number of positive confirmations in Ibaraki Prefecture by publication date, along with the number of people in close contact.

Information about files

Last Update 2022/09/25 18:35 (UTC+09:00)
Create Date 2020/12/01 21:50 (UTC+09:00)
File name 080004_ibaraki_covid19_positive_number.csv
File size 39.82 KiB
Data format CSV
License Creative Commons License CC BY-SA 4.0
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Points to note when using the system

  • This data follows the format of "Open Data Item Definitions for COVID-19 Infection Control" and is available as open data on the status of infection in Ibaraki Prefecture.
  • While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this data, I am not responsible for any actions taken by users using the information on this site.
  • This data is based on the official information of the prefecture. It is not officially published by the prefecture.
  • If you download a CSV file and display it in Excel, you may encounter garbled characters or different columns. In this case, please use another software.


You can download it from the button below. You can also download it from the following URL using various libraries such as cURL.

About Opendata API

In addition to direct download, you can also use the Opendata API provided by this site. Learn more about how to use the Opendata API.

The query used in the API is as follows. Replace [YOUR QUERY HERE] with the following, escaping newline characters as appropriate.

query {
  covid19_ibaraki {
    positive_number( [PAGINATION INFO] ) {
      dataset {
        date             # Date of publication: String!
        government_code  # National Local Government Code: String!
        prefecture       # Name of prefecture: String!
        city             # Name of city, town or village: String
        positive         # Number of positives: Int!
        close_contact    # Number of people in close contact among those tested positive: Int!
      pageinfo {
        hasPreviousPage  # Whether or not there is a previous page: Boolean!
        hasNextPage      # Whether there is a next page or not: Boolean!
        startCursor      # The first Cursor on the current page: String!
        endCursor        # The last Cursor on the current page: String!
      last_update  # Last Update: String!