Tokyo reported 107 new cases of the novel coronavirus Thursday, an alarming uptick that residents fear may push the central government to declare another state of emergency.

The newest batch of infections is the highest the capital has seen since May 2, and comes on the heels of a weeklong surge of infections in Tokyo that started last week when 55 cases were reported on June 24.

During a meeting of the city’s coronavirus task force Thursday, Tokyo Gov. Yuriko Koike said health care facilities still have room to accommodate COVID-19 patients, and as such the metropolitan government won’t reimpose voluntary business requests at this time.