Japan’s Prime Minister Pledges Maximum Support for Hospitals Treating COVID By Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Thursday that the government intended to offer maximum support to hospitals receiving COVID-19 patients as the country faces a sharp increase in cases. “We will offer maximum support to medical institutions treating coronavirus patients, so that they can install equipment for treatment, secure medical staff and offer robust medical services,” Suga told the heads of national medical groups.

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