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Candles lit for Japanese in coronavirus quarantine

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Residents of Katsuura gathered to light up the shore outside the hotel where the 176 returnees had been kept in isolation in a show of support.

Added on the 12/02/2020 17:28:10 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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