Japanese health authorities say more than 80 people have been confirmed to be infected with the coronavirus on Sunday so far, bringing Japan's total to over 1,800. \n\nA low pressure system and a cold air mass brought unseasonal snow to Tokyo on Sunday. \n\nThe snow and the governor's request that people stay at home this weekend to prevent infections mean relatively few people are out on the streets. \n\nThe crowds are light at Shibuya's usually bustling scramble crossing. \n\nOf the new cases found on Sunday, 68 were in the capital. This is the largest daily number of infections reported by local authorities. \n\nAmong the new cases were 58 at a facility for the disabled in Chiba Prefecture near Tokyo on Saturday. The governor of the prefecture describes the situation as grave. \n\nThe Kabukicho entertainment district in Tokyo is usually lively at night, but on Saturday it was nearly deserted after cinemas and karaoke parlors closed. \n\nSome restaurants were open, but their managers say business has taken a major hit.