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Coronavirus latest: New York still on track to reopen despite unrest

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 6,259,887, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 375,208.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Wednesday, June 3

1:45 a.m.  A Rohingya man has become the first person to die from coronavirus in the world’s largest refugee settlement in Bangladesh, Reuters reports

1:00 a.m. The coronavirus pandemic will have “severe and long-lasting

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Coronavirus latest: Tokyo schools, malls and gyms reopen

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 6,131,531, according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 371,154.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Monday, June 1

11:50 a.m. Public schools resume in Tokyo after a three-month closure, while the capital allows businesses such as shopping malls, gyms and movie theaters to reopen. Schools are still taking precautions, such as limiting

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Coronavirus latest: Disney World to reopen July 11, with masks

The Nikkei Asian Review is tracking the spread of the new coronavirus that originated in the central Chinese city of Wuhan.

Global cases have reached 5,614,458 according to Johns Hopkins University.

The worldwide death toll has hit 351,077.

To see how the disease has spread, view our virus tracker charts:


(Source photo by AP) 

Here are the latest developments (Tokyo time):

Thursday, May 28

1:54 a.m. Walt Disney Co. says Disney World in the U.S. state of Florida will reopen on July 11, but visitors will wear masks and not be allowed to high-five Mickey Mouse and other

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Tokyo bars and restaurants reopen under a clouded future

TOKYO — The lifting of the state of emergency in Tokyo saw many people resuming their daily commutes by train on Tuesday. With stations bustling, the city seemed almost normal.

In the major thoroughfare of Ikebukuro, the train station that was nearly empty last weekend is again packed. While the morning rush hour crowd was slightly below levels seen before the pandemic, people lined up outside lunch spots surrounding the station at noon. Most wore masks, but social distancing guidelines seemed to have been forgotten.

Observing the crowds, a 70-year-old retiree told Nikkei she was worried. “The state of emergency

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