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Japan foreign ministry to advise against all non-essential travel - NHK

Reuters | Tokyo | Updated: 25-03-2020 17:19 IST | Created: 25-03-2020 16:20 IST
Japan foreign ministry to advise against all non-essential travel - NHK
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Japan's foreign ministry will advise nationals to avoid all non-essential overseas travel, national broadcaster NHK said.

The ministry will issue a level-two travel warning for all countries in the world, the broadcaster added.



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