Japanese Firms Banning Travel to Wuhan due to Pneumonia Outbreak
Tokyo, Jan. 23 (Jiji Press)--More and more Japanese companies are banning their employees from traveling to the Chinese city of Wuhan due to the spread of pneumonia caused by a new strain of coronavirus.
Some Japanese department stores have allowed their workers to wear face masks as visitors from China are expected to increase during the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday.
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