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Japan, Uganda Impose New Measures Amid Mounting COVID Cases

HeadlineJun 21, 2021

In Japan, the governor of Tokyo canceled public viewing sites for next month’s contested Summer Olympics, with some sites to be used as vaccination centers instead.

Uganda has imposed strict new COVID restrictions, including banning both public and private transportation, as Uganda and other African nations face mounting outbreaks.

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