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Tsunamis, earthquakes, nuclear meltdowns and COVID-19 – what Japan has and hasn't learned from centuries of disaster

By Elizabeth Maly, Associate Professor, International Research Institute of Disaster Science, Tohoku University
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Japan has a long experience of hazards and disasters. Yet it does not seem like all lessons have been applied when it comes to COVID.

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