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In Japan, where there are now strict restrictions on the sale of alcohol during the pandemic, a notice hangs in one of the restaurants
"Alcohol is not for sale, but if you pour yourself one without asking, we will fine you 500 yen."
In Japan, mass vaccinations are being started in the workplace and at universities to vaccinate as many people as possible before the Tokyo Olympics
Moderna will be used for vaccination.
Japan's Secretary-General Katsunobu Kato said the date could be adjusted if the government believes vaccination of people over 65 can be completed by the end of July.
He also said that companies and universities will decide for themselves who to vaccinate. Authorities recommended that priority be given to the elderly and people with comorbidities. Family members of the staff of these facilities may also be eligible for the vaccine.
In Japan, Ma Corporation Introduces Katsugyo Portable Live Fish Aquarium
The container is made for pet owners who want to take their fish for a walk, as well as for lovers of fresh fish.