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Japan’s former LDP general manager was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the 10th person infected by the member of parliament.

Japan's former LDP general manager was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, the 10th person infected by the member of parliament.

February 18 According to the news on the evening of the 17th, Yoshitaka Shinto, the former Prime Minister of General Affairs of Japan’s Ampere Cabinet, was diagnosed with COVID-19.

Yoshitaka Shinto is 63 years old.

According to the House of Representatives of Japan, Shinto was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus on the 17th and then convalescent at home.

He is the 10th infected person in the Japanese parliamentarian.

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