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                            City issues 'Tokyo Alert' to residents to urge greater caution(1/3)

                            2020-06-03 09:44:26 Ecns.cn Editor :Li Yan
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                            The Olympic rings are seen as the Rainbow Bridge is lit up in red, to signalise that the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases have significantly increased in the daily numbers of infections, after the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced a "Tokyo Alert" to warn its residents, Tokyo, Japan, June 2, 2020. The alert aims at drawing people attention to new spike cases to urge greater caution. (Photo/Agenciews)

                            The Rainbow Bridge is lit up in red, to signalise that the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases have significantly increased in the daily numbers of infections, after the Tokyo Metropolitan Government announced a "Tokyo Alert" to warn its residents, Tokyo, Japan, June 2, 2020. The alert aims at drawing people attention to new spike cases to urge greater caution. (Photo/Agenciews)

                            Tokyo Metropolitan Building Office turns a red color from a rainbow color in Shinjyuku Ward, Tokyo, June 2,2020, since Tokyo has issued "Tokyo Alert" for the first time as it saw coronavirus cases with 34 new infections confirmed. The alert aims at drawing people attention to new spike cases to urge greater caution.

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