JAPAN: Government prepares for next steps as new infections fall

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● The Abe government will likely decide to lift the state of emergency for the majority of Japan’s 47 prefectures on Thursday, 14 May. ● The administration, contending with prefectural governors who have offered their own plans for exiting from social distancing, plans to issue a national standard for lifting the state of emergency this week. ● The government is still strengthening its capacity to detect and address new clusters as they emerge and is preparing new stimulus measures before the Diet session ends next month. Despite concerns that Japan would see a spike in ca
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