How Japan Got the Pandemic Right – and Wrong
By Trevor Incerti and Hikaru Yamagishi
As Japan reopens, a look back at its handling of the COVID-19 pandemic from the beginning.
Japan to Ease COVID-19 Border Controls From Sept. 7
By Mari Yamaguchi
Japan, which has imposed some of the toughest border measures amid the pandemic, continues its gradual reopening even as case counts soar.
Japan Approves a Partial Cancellation of National Emergency Ahead of Expiration Date
By Thisanka Siripala
The government shifts its coronavirus response toward cluster tracing and long-term lifestyle changes.