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The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. group said Monday it will take firmer measures against the novel coronavirus pandemic by letting 70 percent or more of its employees work from home, up from the previous target of 50 percent or more.

The decision by the telecom giant, which has a domestic workforce of around 200,000 at parent and group firms including mobile carrier NTT Docomo Inc., will mostly affect workers in the divisions of general affairs and planning, it said.

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