Tokyo region governors to seek further measures to counter COVID-19 surge

17 January 2022, 1:02 PM
The governors of Tokyo and surrounding prefectures agreed on Monday to request further measures from the central government, including shorter opening hours for bars and restaurants, to help counter rising COVID-19 infections.
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