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A Japanese man walks past a large sign signs urging people to stay home on the gates of Yoyogi Park, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan. Thursday May 7th 2020 The month-long state of emergency declared by the Japanese government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic was due to end on May 7th but was extended to May 31st despite Japan appearing to have avoided the high infection and mortality rates of some countries. Areas like Shibuya have many businesses shuttered and closed and the streets are a lot quieter than usual.

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COVID19 in Japan
A Japanese man walks  past a large sign signs urging people to stay home on the gates of Yoyogi Park, Harajuku, Tokyo, Japan. Thursday May 7th 2020 The month-long state of emergency declared by the Japanese government in response to the COVID-19 pandemic was due to end on May 7th but was extended to May 31st despite Japan appearing to have avoided the high infection and mortality rates of some countries. Areas like Shibuya have many businesses shuttered and closed and the streets are a lot quieter than usual.