As the omicron variant rages across the country, Japan's governors on Friday urged the central government to secure stable supplies of COVID-19 antigen test kits and reagents for PCR tests, while also voicing doubts over the effectiveness of quasi-emergency measures.
The proposal adopted by the National Governors' Association said that medical and health care systems are approaching a critical point in many areas as the infection spreads.
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