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Members of the public in Japan will be given a dose of vaccine against the novel coronavirus for free, according to a health ministry policy approved Friday by its advisory panel, in a bid to curb serious and fatal cases of infection.

The policy addresses the first dose for everyone amid uncertainty at this stage over how many times a vaccine would need to be administered.

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