By NAOKO KAWAMURA/ Staff Writer
June 1, 2020 at 16:39 JST
Infectious medical waste delivered from medical facilities are sprayed with disinfectant and carried to the incinerator on a conveyor belt on May 14. (Naoko Kawamura)
Workers at a Tokyo-based disposal company are soaked in sweat, wearing goggles and protective suits to keep them safe from infection while incinerating the medical waste from health care workers battling the novel coronavirus. [Read More]
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