April 17, 2020 | By Kiyoshi Ando, Brian Hanson

Deep Dish Special Edition: COVID-19 Lessons from Japan

In another special edition episode, we’re taking you inside the global COVID-19 pandemic response by talking to Nikkei’s Kiyoshi Ando, reporting from Tokyo. He joins Deep Dish a few days after the start of a national state of emergency to explain why Japan appeared to be a miracle success story but is currently seeing a spike in infections — complicated by an impending national travel holiday and a lack of protective medical equipment.
 

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