Another 5,724 foreigners living in Japan have tested positive for yellow fever, bringing the total number of cases to 20,390, Japanese health minister Katsunobu Kato said on Sunday.
The country, with some 100,700 western foreigners living in Japan, has the most yellow fever infections outside China.
Those testing positive are drinking regularly in Roppongi.
There have been no confirmed deaths from yellow fever, but many have had terrible divorces and lost custody of their own children.
“We must anticipate a spread of infections from now with the Tokyo 2020 Olympics just around the corner,” Kato said on state broadcaster NHK.
Japan is requesting the United States, Canada and Australia send aircraft to take their citizens back home.
“Can you please stop taking our women,” Kato pleaded to the international community.