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- Shops are closed and the streets are quieter in Tokyo's famous commercial and business district Shibuya after Japan declared a state of emergency over coronavirus. Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike says the city will request business operators of entertainment and sports facilities,cultural venues and shopping complexes to close temporarily. IMAGES
TOKYO,JAPANAPRIL 10,2020SOURCE: AFPTVIMAGES (01:49)1. Extreme wide shot empty square with Hachiko statue2. Close-up statue of Hachiko dog,famous spot at Tokyo's Shibuya district3. Low angle shot people and cars at Shibuya4. Extreme wide shot few people walking across Shibuya's landmark intersection,which is normally full of people5. Slow motion shadow of pedestrian6. Wide shot empty street in Shibuya7. Wide shot closed shop in Shibuya because of state of emergency8. Wide shot closed department store9. Close-up message on closed door of restaurant saying it's closed from April 9 to 26 due to state of emergency10. Wide shot deserted street in Shibuya11. Mid shot man with mask looking at his phone12. Wide shot people walking on empty street in Shibuya13. Close-up statues near Shibuya intersection14. Wide shot reflection of street view from closed glass door15. Mid shot woman with mask seen through Hachiko statue
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Asia virus latest: Jakarta tightens curbs,Singapore teachers drop ZoomSingapore,April 10,2020 (AFP) - Here are the latest developments in Asia related to the novel coronavirus pandemic:
- Jakarta imposes partial lockdown -Soldiers and police hit the streets of Indonesia's capital Jakarta to enforce its toughest social-distancing rules yet as coronavirus infections surge and critics warn of a looming public-health disaster.Violators face heavy fines and up to a year in jail for breaking the new rules,which include a ban on gatherings of more than five people,limiting restaurants to online delivery orders and reducing public transport.
- Singapore teachers drop Zoom after online class gatecrashed -Singapore's teachers have stopped using controversial video-conferencing app Zoom for remote education during the city-state's coronavirus lockdown,officials said,after intruders reportedly made lewd comments in a virtual class.During a geography lesson involving teenage girls conducted via Zoom,two men intruded into the livestream,showed obscene images and made lewd remarks,Singapore's Straits Times newspaper reported.
- Asian markets rise after Fed stimulus boosts Wall St - Asian markets were mostly higher after the latest US coronavirus stimulus measures boosted Wall Street overnight.In its latest attempt to ease the economic pain inflicted by the COVID-19 pandemic,the US Federal Reserve said it would pump $2.3 trillion through new lending programmes.
- Malaysia extends lockdown - Malaysia will extend tough restrictions aimed at fighting the spread of the virus until April 28,the prime minister said. The lockdown had originally been due to end on April 14. Under the curbs,all businesses deemed non-essential have closed as have schools,people are being told to stay home,while Malaysians are barred from travelling overseas and foreigners are banned from entering.
- Kyoto asks to be added to Japan state of emergency - Kyoto became the latest prefecture to ask to be placed under a state of emergency announced by the central government earlier this week,with the governor saying that infections were rising.The state of emergency currently covers seven regions,including Tokyo,and gives authorities the power to ask people to stay indoors and request that businesses close,but there are no enforcement mechanisms and no penalties for those who fail to comply.The governor of Aichi prefecture had earlier called on the central government to include his region in the state of emergency.
- Virus blow for sumo as wrestler tests positive -Japan's sumo association confirmed its first coronavirus case,in a new blow for the ancient sport,which has already been forced to move one tournament behind closed doors and postpone others.One low-ranking wrestler who had a fever last week has tested positive for the virus,the association said,declining to name the man or give details of his stable.burs-sr/mtp
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