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Facing uptick in virus infections, Japan moves to limit public crowds

Reuters Monday, 17 February 2020
Japan said on Monday it would limit public crowds in Tokyo to prevent further spread of the deadly coronavirus, scrapping the emperor's birthday celebrations and closing next month's Tokyo Marathon to all but elite professional runners.
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