The government lifted its COVID-19 quasi-emergency measures in Niigata, Nagano, Fukushima and 10 other prefectures on Monday, as new cases dip and the burden on regional medical systems comes under control.
Restrictions were lifted on operating hours at restaurants and bars and on the number of visitors to events. Curbs on club activities at schools were also eased in many regions.
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