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Japan Airlines Co. began COVID-19 vaccinations for employees Monday, a day after All Nippon Airways Co. became the first Japanese firm known to have started offering a workplace inoculation program.

Initially targeting crew on international flights, both airlines decided to begin administering shots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport ahead of the June 21 starting goal set by the government for companies and universities launching their own vaccination initiatives.

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