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The Tokyo Fire Department has jumped on the bandwagon of the global smash-hit game Animal Crossing: New Horizons to offer advice on disaster prevention in a virtual format as the coronavirus pandemic makes it impossible to hold real-life emergency drills.

Since last month, the department’s official Twitter account has been sending out videos and screenshots set in Nintendo Co.’s popular console game to demonstrate disaster prevention measures.

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