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The J. League isn’t just doing everything it can to help players and fans stay safe when professional soccer returns to Japan — it’s also stepping up to help the country’s efforts against the coronavirus.

Following last week’s meeting of the league’s executive committee to pass an extensive relief package for clubs financially affected by the ongoing shutdown, Tuesday’s board meeting was the closest we’ve seen to “routine” in the last few weeks.

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