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Japan is seeing a growing number of cases of harassment, bullying and other forms of discrimination targeting local communities affected by the outbreak of the new virus that causes COVID-19 and those involved in dealing with the situation.

The municipal government of Yuasa, Wakayama Prefecture, has received a flurry of inquiries related to gifts given to people who make donations to the town under the national furusato nōzei hometown tax donation program.

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