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1.5 Million People in Japan Locked Away During COVID


The pandemic has been particularly devastating to some of the most populated and densely populated countries in the world, including Japan. On March 25th, 2020, the Japanese government announced a Secrecy Law that would lock down 1.5 million people in the country with strict controls to help contain the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 has drastically changed life as we know it for millions of people in Japan – from mandatory lockdown orders and travel restrictions to closure of businesses and remote working arrangements. This video explores the impact and implications this sweeping decision has had on the lives of Japanese citizens, as well as its broader economic and social implications.

In this video we discuss:

• The Secrecy Law and its specific restrictions
• How 1.5 million Japanese people have had to adjust their daily lives
• Families, workers, and business owners affected by the law
• The implications of the law – both positive and negative – on the Japanese economy
• Japan’s overall response to the threat of COVID-19

Tags: #Japan #COVID-19 #SecrecyLaw #1.5MillionPeople #AdjustingDailyLives #FamiliesWorkersBusiness #ImplicationsEconomy #JapaneseResponseCovid19 #Tokyo

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