As the coronavirus shows some signs of slowing in Japan — for now at least — Japan Times staff writer Ryusei Takahashi talks with people hospitalized with COVID-19 in Japan, and hears about how their lives have changed after they’ve been discharged. Hosted by Oscar Boyd.
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- Japan to lift coronavirus state of emergency in 39 prefectures (Satoshi Sugiyama, The Japan Times)
- Japanese government, criticized for low testing rates, eases guidelines for seeking virus tests (The Japan Times)
- Are Tokyo’s hospitals and health care system ready for a COVID-19 storm? (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- A dispatch from the heart of Japan’s coronavirus epidemic (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- Japan and its policymakers search for light at end of COVID-19 tunnel (Ryusei Takahashi, The Japan Times)
- Virus exacerbates challenges for people in Japan with disabilities (Magdalena Osumi, The Japan Times)
- Japan approves coronavirus testing kits that provide faster results (The Japan Times)
- Japan to OK coronavirus PCR tests using saliva as early as this month (The Japan Times)
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