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Tokyo's COVID-19 lockdown sees uneven results | Video

It has been two weeks since prime minister Shinzo Abe declared a state of emergency in Tokyo. While crowds have thinned in Tokyo's financial district, sizeable crowds are still reported in some areas. One expert says the lack of a binding measure to limit people's movements has to do with its wartime history. Michiyo Ishida with more from Tokyo.

Tokyo's COVID-19 lockdown sees uneven results | Video

23 Apr 2020 11:32pm
It has been two weeks since prime minister Shinzo Abe declared a state of emergency in Tokyo. While crowds have thinned in Tokyo's financial district, sizeable crowds are still reported in some areas. One expert says the lack of a binding measure to limit people's movements has to do with its wartime history. Michiyo Ishida with more from Tokyo.

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