Japan to expand COVID quasi-emergency to 34 of 47 prefectures

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30 of the country's 47 prefectures will be placed under a quasi-state of emergency in the coming days. A formal decision on the matter will likely be announced Tuesday, informed sources said. The move comes after nationwide COVID-19 cases surged to a record 54,576 on Saturday.
4 months ago·Japan

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Japan to expand COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency to 30 prefectures

As Japan grapples to deal with a nationwide surge in COVID-19 cases, senior government officials said Monday that 30 of the country's 47 prefectures will be placed under a quasi-state of emergency in the coming days.

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Japan to expand COVID-19 quasi-state of emergency to 30 prefectures

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