COVID-19 cases in Japan plunged by Sept. — and have stayed there. Experts can't pinpoint why
COVID cases in Japan fell more than 99% from the last peak. Unlike previous infection waves and countries in similar situations, it’s largely staying there.
As NPR’s Anthony Kuhn reports, experts are struggling to explain why.
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