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JR Kyushu Shinkansen To Return To Regular Schedule

On June 3, six new cases of the new coronavirus infection were announced in Fukuoka Prefecture. Five of them were found in Kitakyushu City, and involve a junior high school student and four adults. Meanwhile, Fukuoka City reported its first case in twenty days (excluding cases of re-infection,) The patient is a Minami-Ward resident in his fifties. The cumulative total for Fukuoka Prefecture is now 786. On the same day, JR Kyushu announced that Kyushu Shinkansen and Sanyo Shinkansen would return to their regular schedules on June 13. A total of 121 bullet trains will operate daily after running on reduced operations for almost two months. Sources: Asahi / NHK / NHK

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Published: Jun 4, 2020 / Last Updated: Jun 4, 2020