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A private high school in Miyagi Prefecture canceled its entrance exams a day before they were due to be held as “a preventive measure” as it was awaiting the results of coronavirus tests taken by several of its students, which later turned out to be negative, the school said Saturday.

Furukawa Gakuen Senior High School in Osaki, Miyagi Prefecture, notified about 890 applicants who were scheduled to take the exams at five locations Saturday of the cancellation by email or through their junior high schools the day before.

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