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U.S. Forces Japan said Friday it has decided to extend COVID-19 restrictions on its personnel’s activities outside bases by one week through the end of January.

The decision was made “due to the continuing increase of COVID-19 cases throughout Japan,” fueled by the rapid spread of the highly contagious omicron variant of the coronavirus, U.S. Forces Japan said in a press release.

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