Naha – The Okinawa Prefectural Government began shutting high schools Monday in hope of preventing further spread of COVID-19 infections among young people.
The measure, effective through June 20, comes as the prefecture — which is already under a COVID-19 state of emergency — reports clusters of infections at schools and child care facilities.
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