Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Tokyo hits record daily high; South Australia imposes lockdown

  • The Japanese capital reported 493 new Covid-19 cases, as it plans to raise its alert to its highest level
  • Elsewhere, South Australia announced a six-day ‘circuit breaker’ lockdown, while South Korea reported the highest increase in Covid-19 cases since August

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
Office workers wearing face masks are seen at Shinagawa station in Tokyo, as the Japanese capital battles an outbreak in Covid-19 cases. Photo: Reuters
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