JAPAN: Government prepares for transition to post-emergency “new lifestyle”

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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced on Thursday, 14 May that, as expected, Japan’s state of emergency would be lifted for 39 prefectures, but would remain in place in the eight prefectures of the greater Tokyo and greater Osaka regions. The prime minister’s decision was a response to signs that the outbreak is receding in the country as a whole. The detection rate, the number of hospital discharges, and the number of serious cases have all fallen, easing fears about the threat to the healthcare system. Nevertheless, Abe continued to call on all individuals to continue to exercise r
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