Japan will ban vending machines that use American slang, such as “soda” and “japan”, from its vending machines as part of efforts to combat the spread of the pandemic.
The move is part of a broader drive by the country’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry to crack down on the spread and spread of new infections by introducing new technologies and technologies to combat infections.
The ministry said in a statement that the ban would apply to vending machines with words such as soda, ice and soda, and to all vending machines where vending machines have names that are similar to American words, including the words “sandwich” and the word “bacon”.
“The vending machines will be banned, even if they have names like ‘sandwich’, ‘ice’, ‘soda’ or ‘japan’,” it said.
The ban, which will take effect on October 31, comes after the country recorded an estimated 1,000 new cases of coronavirus on Tuesday.
On Monday, the ministry announced plans to ban the use of the word sushi in vending machines in some Japanese restaurants.
The Japanese food industry is already under intense pressure to find a way to tackle the spread as the country has already seen the deaths of more than 10,000 people.