Japan to use state-owned facilities as COVD-19 vaccination sites

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Japan has decided to utilize its state-owned facilities that remain unused as venues for COVID-19 vaccination as the government is preparing to expand the vaccine rollout to people nationwide, government officials said Friday. The central government will offer for free its office buildings, apartments for its workers and other facilities at the request of local governments tasked with administering vaccinations against the coronavirus to secure inoculation sites, one of the major hurdles to promoting the anti-virus measure, according to the officials. In response to the health ministry's reque...

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