Japan is experiencing a record-breaking uptick in the number of coronavirus cases recorded nationwide. With the country entering winter, the question is, ‘How big might this wave become?’
Gearoid Reidy, a senior editor at Bloomberg, joins us to discuss whether we might see a new state of emergency and the hope provided by the recent news about vaccines.
- Tokyo reports record-breaking daily cases as capital prepares for highest alert level (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- COVID-19 updates (The Japan Times)
- Hokkaido raises alert level for Sapporo as virus surge continues (The Japan Times)
- 84% concerned about record coronavirus cases in Japan, poll finds (The Japan Times)
- How the Moderna and Pfizer coronavirus vaccines stack up (The Japan Times)
- Japan was expecting a coronavirus explosion. Where is it? (Gearoid Reidy)
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