- In a move that could have major implications for the Olympics, the government plans to move forward on a proposal that will limit attendance at events in July and August to 10,000 spectators or 50% of a venue’s capacity.
- As the nation’s vaccine rollout speeds up, reports have circulated of fraudulent calls and phishing schemes related to booking reservations to receive shots.
- Japan’s state-run mass coronavirus vaccination centers will start inoculating people between the ages of 18 and 64 on Thursday in an attempt to fill vacant appointment slots.
- With remote work likely to remain as one of the pandemic’s lasting legacies, developers are coming up with innovative new ways of meeting people’s expectations toward accommodation.
- With the number of COVID-19 infections among children increasing — most having been infected by a family member — many parents are struggling with how to cope.