The Japanese Government's 2020 Response to COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented disruption around the world, and public and private sectors everywhere have been working to adapt to a rapidly-changing global environment. In this report, we examine the Japanese government’s response to the pandemic, including the different types of economic support it has provided and its management of the healthcare system.
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What you will access in this report:
- Detailed analysis of the Japanese government’s 2020 response to COVID-19
- Examination of specific policy fields focused on public health and economic support
- Comparison of Japan’s response to the pandemic and its emergency measures compared to the rest of the world
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