The mysterious disappearance of the delta varian in Japan

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The number of COVID in Japan has decreased from its peak of an average of 20,000 cases per day in the summer of 2021 (probably due to the increased international traffic for the Tokyo Olympics) to an average of 150 per day this month. Quote: “Why did Japan’s fifth and biggest wave of the coronavirus pandemic, driven by the supercontagious delta variant, suddenly come to an abrupt end following a seemingly relentless rise in new infections?”

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