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Tokyo asks restaurants, bars to shut early as virus spikes

WorldNews Thursday, 30 July 2020
Tokyo asks restaurants, bars to shut early as virus spikesTOKYO: Tokyo's governor called Thursday for restaurants, bars and karaoke parlours to shut earlier to help contain the coronavirus as the Japanese capital reported a record new number of infections. "The current situation (in Tokyo) is more serious than before," Yuriko Koike said, citing expert opinions. "There were several...
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