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Princess Mako of Japan officially married her former classmate Komuro Kay and left the imperial family. On October 26, the couple registered at the local municipality at about 10 a.m. local time, giving up the usual royal wedding celebrations.

Mako left the residence of the Akasaka imperial family in Tokyo. It was conducted by her parents - Crown Prince and Princess Akisino, as well as her younger sister Princess Kako.


On October 26, she held a press conference with her husband at a hotel in Tokyo. Mako told reporters that she dedicated herself to her responsibilities as a member of the imperial family and expressed her heartfelt gratitude to the people who have helped and supported her for the past 30 years. Komuro Kay also said that he loves Mako and decided to spend his life with her, thanks to the people who supported him, and he sincerely appreciates that.


Mako announced her engagement to Komuro four years ago. But their union has drawn public criticism mainly because of the financial scandal involving Komuro's mother. Also, the vast majority of conservative Japanese considered a man unworthy of a princess. Trying to compensate for the barrage of criticism from officials and the media, Mako refused a one-time payment of one million dollars from the government, to which she was entitled as a royal person.

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Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced his intention to resign

According to the Prime Minister, the fight against COVID-19 and the election campaign together require tremendous energy, and he will not be able to do both. "I decided to focus on measures to combat the coronavirus," Suga said.

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Two people have died in Japan after being vaccinated with Moderna

In Yaonii, the causes of the deaths of two men at the age of 30 are being investigated. Both men died in August, within days of receiving the second dose of Moderna vaccine.


Japan has stopped the use of 1.63 million doses of Moderna, which have been delivered to 863 vaccination centers nationwide, after domestic distributor Takeda Pharmaceutical received reports of identified contaminants in some of the shipment's vials.

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https://avalanches.com/jp/inabe__there_have_been_eight_reported_cases_of_this_delta_subtype_outside_of1896786_31_08_2021

There have been eight reported cases of this delta subtype outside of Japan, but its infectivity remains unknown.


A new type of "delta" variant was discovered in a patient at a subsidiary hospital earlier this month. It contained the L452R mutation, which is seen in the delta variant, as well as the N501S mutation, which resembles the N501Y mutation, which occurs in the alphas.

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The minister in charge of coronavirus measures said that a state of emergency would be imposed in eight more prefectures in Japan

The state of emergency will affect the prefectures of Hokkaido, Miyagi, Gifu, Aiti, Mie, Shiga, Okayama and Hiroshima. It will take effect from August 27 to September 12.


The reason for the expansion of the NA zones is due to the rapid spread of the Delta strain. The government is struggling to control the coronavirus situation, as people are tired of living in a restricted environment and many companies ignore repeated requests to transfer people to remote work.

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According to the organizers, a person with a positive result for the virus is not an athlete and does not live in Japan. Organizers have already reported more than 70 Coronavirus cases related to the Paralympic Games, mostly among contractors and staff. The games will start on August 24. About 4,400 athletes from about 160 teams intend to take part in them. As with the Olympics, they will be required to take daily coronavirus tests, wear face masks and maintain social distance in the Paralympic Village. The fourth state of emergency is currently in force in Tokyo, and the organizers have decided not to allow spectators to the Paralympic Games. Organizers say they were able to significantly curb the spread of COVID-19 during the Olympics earlier this month through harsh antivirus measures.
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