Japan College Entrance Exams Ban Masks with English on Them; Sharp Ones Get OK

The following appears on mainichi.jp

TOKYO — Masks with English writing on them have been banned from standardized university entrance exams being held across the country on Jan. 16-17, but it turns out masks with the logo for Sharp Corp. are not.

In reference to the tests’ coronavirus prevention measures, the National Center for University Entrance Examinations issued guidance reading, “Please do not wear masks or other items with English writing, maps or other printed material on them.”


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SOURCE The Mainichi

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