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Today, let's learn some English expressions from recent news topics of Coronavirus.
We've heard or seen a lot about the news reports related to Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) on TV, the radio, and websites since last spring.
Even though now vaccine is available, there are some variants and quite a few new cases are still reported every day around the world.
This is really bad news for people all over the world, and I hope the spread of Coronavirus infections will settle down very soon and things will get back to normal as soon as possible.
Under this circumstance, some of us might need to send or might have a chance to send messages in English.
Today, let's learn some expressions about the current situation in Japan, especially about the situation of variants in English.
・According to some reports, several variants seem to spread all over Japan.
・Recently, I heard that some variants are spreading all over Japan.
If you feel these expressions are helpful, please use one of them above when necessary.
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