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Asia | 17 Apr 2020 Will Moral Suasion be Enough to Slow the Virus Outbreak in Japan
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last Tuesday finally declared a state of emergency for a month in parts of Japan, after weeks of dithering.

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17 Apr 2020 Will Moral Suasion be Enough to Slow the Virus Outbreak in Japan

By Beamish Freya

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe last Tuesday finally declared a state of emergency for a month in parts of Japan, after weeks of dithering.

Posted: 17th Apr 2020 in 'Asia'

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