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People were allowed to work from home in Japan

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The Japanese government has ordered all ministries and state-owned enterprises to allow their employees to work from home.

Axar.az reports this was stated by the Japanese Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers Yoshihide Suga. According to him, the authorities are planning to avoid new cases of coronavirus:

"We put the maximum number of civil servants in such a mode as to reduce the number of people on the subway and trains."

Date
2020.02.25 / 16:13
Author
Tural Azimzadeh
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