Japan’s daily number of COVID-19 cases topped 20,000 Sunday for the third consecutive day, as the country continues to battle with the rapid spread of the omicron variant.
The tally comes a day after new infections nationwide fell just shy of the record 25,992 cases registered on Aug. 20, when the country was reeling from the worst of a fifth wave of infections.
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