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Haneda unveils mask vending machines for red-eye flyers

Tokyo airport expands anti-coronavirus precautions as passengers return

The antimicrobial vending machines in Haneda terminals sell Unicharm masks for just under $5 for a pack of seven.

TOKYO -- Tokyo's Haneda Airport has installed face mask vending machines in terminals to ensure travelers can guard themselves against the coronavirus even when stores are closed.

The antimicrobial vending machines from Fuji Electric stock Unicharm's Cho-kaiteki, or "Ultra Comfort," masks in regular and small sizes, with a pack of seven priced at 500 yen, or just under $5.

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