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- Japan’s health ministry is finally to consider nationwide drive-through testing for the coronavirus. It is to help expand the country’s testing capacity to 20,000 samples per day.
- Japan’s central government and the Tokyo metropolitan government are in talks to decide which businesses will be asked to temporarily shut down under the state of emergency.
- In France, the coronavirus death toll has topped 10,000. That made France the fourth country to pass that mark after Italy, Spain and the United States.