Tokyo reports 78 COVID-19 cases, 1st double-digit count in a week

Credit: WorldNews- Published on October 19, 2020
Tokyo confirmed 78 new COVID-19 cases on Oct. 19, the first time in a week the count fell below 100, according to metropolitan government officials....
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