TOKYO -- Japan reported more than new positive cases of the novel coronavirus for the first time Thursday, the latest in a sudden spike in infections since the Tokyo Olympics were postponed till next year. Before the Games were pushed back, Japan appeared to have its outbreak largely under control. Despite the global pandemic, organizers maintained they were forging ahead with preparations for the Summer Olympics to kick off in Tokyo on July 24, and they encouraged athletes to do the same. Then on March 24, amid mounting calls to delay or cancel the Olympics, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the International Olympic Committee announced that the upcoming Games would be held a year later due to the worldwide health crisis.
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Labor ministry to expand scope of virus relief to cover nonregular workers
The state of emergency now covers 11 prefectures, which represent more than half the population of Japan. Suga also announced a ban on all foreign arrivals to Japan except foreign-born residents for the length of the emergency. After repeated calls from governors to declare a state of emergency in Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba and Kanagawa, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga officially announced a second state of emergency for the four Kanto prefectures on January 7.