The latest news about COVID-19 in Japan isn’t good, not good at all.

COVID-19 cases have surged in the country, where a state of emergency has been imposed through the Tokyo Olympics.

According to a Reuters report, 1,149 new cases were recorded Wednesday. It was the most since Jan. 22.

In fact, there was a COVID-19 cluster at Japanese hotel where dozens of Brazilian Olympic team members are staying. The hotel is based in Hamamatsu, southwest of Tokyo. Seven hotel staff members tested positive for the virus.

Thirty-one members of a Brazilian Olympic delegation, which includes judo athletes, have not been affected. They are in a bubble and separated from other hotel guests.

Russia’s women’s rugby team also was in isolation after their masseur tested positive for COVID-19, the RIA news agency reported from Moscow. Several members of the South African men’s rugby team tested positive after a case on their inbound flight.

The U.S. women’s national team, which kicks off the soccer tournament against Sweden in Tokyo Wednesday, July 21 has not been affected. The squad is in a bubble, training Miyazaki in southern Japan.