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Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga visited Okinawa Prefecture on Sunday to exchange views with the prefecture’s tourism industry, economic organizations and financial institutions. He said the government will support them to minimize the impact of the spread of the new coronavirus infections.
Coronavirus: Confirmed cases cross 1,000; govt orders sealing of state, district borders to check mass infection
The nationwide tally of confirmed Coronavirus cases crossed the 1,000-mark and the death toll reached 27 on Sunday, even as the central government ordered sealing of all state and district borders to check community transmission of the deadly virus by migrant workers and asked those having left already to be quarantined for 14 days.
Saitama Gov. Motohiro Ono urged people to refrain from unnecessary travel to Tokyo from Monday, including entertainment districts, due to widespread infections with the new strain of coronavirus.
On Tuesday, the International Olympic Committee and Japanese officials reached the unprecedented decision to postpone 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. John Coates, a key IOC member who chairs the Tokyo 2020 Coordination Commission, talked on the following day to The Yomiuri Shimbun on the phone about the r…
The 14th casualty of the coronavirus in Israel was a 94-year-old woman who caught the disease at a nursing facility she had moved into earlier this year after allegedly being abused by a caregiver in her own home.
The Turkish health ministry on March 29 reported 1,815 new coronavirus cases, marking the country’s largest daily increase in infections, and 23 additional deaths.
As the White House looks for ways to restore normalcy in parts of the US, the government’s foremost infection disease expert says the country could experience more than 100,000 deaths and millions of infections from the coronavirus pandemic.
Live updates: Richmond-area nursing home reports two more deaths, Maryland adds 246 new cases overnight in largest single-day spike
See the latest developments on the coronavirus Sunday in the District, Virginia and Maryland.
Live updates: Every metro area should prepare for coronavirus outbreak like New York’s, Birx says; Japan’s cases accelerate
It took a month for the United States to record its first 1,000 coronavirus-related fatalities. The next 1,000 took just two days.