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Japan’s top COVID-19 adviser asked the central and local governments on Sunday to urge medical practitioners who have not been treating coronavirus patients to help tackle the rapid spread of infections.

“We hope they will be involved as much as possible. We want the state and local governments to make strong requests,” Shigeru Omi, head of a government advisory panel on COVID-19 response, said on a television program.

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