Osaka poised to enter a full State of Emergency Declaration.

With rising cases and concern surrounding the coronavirus in Universal Studios Japan's home prefecture of Osaka, the Super Nintendo World theme park could soon be forced to close just one month after opening its doors to the public.

Earlier this month, Universal Studios Japan had no choice but to limit visitor numbers as daily COVID-19 cases hit record figures across Osaka. With the UK strain of the coronavirus now causing even higher daily cases across the prefecture, Governor Hirofumi Yoshimura has announced that he plans to upgrade its current quasi-Emergency status to a full State of Emergency Declaration (thanks, WDW News Today).

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April 20, 2021 at 04:00AM
from Nintendo Life | Latest Updates