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Roughly two years after Japan's first COVID-19 outbreak, both ruling and opposition parties are campaigning for the July 10 Upper House election on measures to reopen the economy and prepare for a possible new pandemic.

This political shift in focus from fighting the current pandemic comes as infections have dipped to relatively low levels and the COVID-19 situation appears to be under control.

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