Tokyo seeks shop shutdowns, Kyoto warns tourists away as coronavirus threatens Japan economy

Metropolitan Tokyo asked some businesses to close and the ancient capital of Kyoto warned tourists to stay away as Japan battles a fast-spreading outbreak of the new coronavirus, amid fears the government's measures are too little and too late.
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