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Businesses to help speed up Japan's vaccine rollout

Hospitality sector to operate call centers and open buses for new revenue streams

Japan's vaccination program for nonmedical workers started this week for those over the age of 65. (Photo by Yuki Nakao) 

TOKYO -- In collaboration with local governments, Japan's private sector is doing its part to speed up the country's vaccine rollout, and hoping for new revenue streams in the process. Although the country's vaccination drive merely just started, there is a potential for concrete business opportunities once companies are able to fit the needs of the local governments, lacking both manpower and infrastructure.

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