Pandemic fatigue complicates Japan's COVID fight, risks recovery delay

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s state of emergency restrictions are not curbing movement as effectively as in the past, according to mobility data, hurting the government’s fight to slow COVID-19 infections and raising the risk the economic recovery could be delayed.A

Pharmacist who attempted to destroy hundreds of Covid vaccines jailed

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