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Tokyo's daily COVID-19 cases rebound to 266 amid concerns over pace of spread

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Tokyo's daily COVID-19 cases rebound to 266 amid concerns over pace of spreadTOKYO, July 28 (Xinhua) -- The Tokyo metropolitan government reported 266 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday, amid rising concerns over the pace of the spread of the infections this month. The latest figure follows 131 cases confirmed on the previous day, when the figure dropped below the 200-mark for the first time in seven...
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