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This town used its $228K in COVID relief funds on a giant squid statue

declaring a state of emergency just last month, Noto says their case rate has been low throughout the pandemic. Regardless, their tourism industry has taken a big hit, they said.The peninsula city received a total of 800 million Yen in emergency economic relief funds though government grants, Yahoo Japan reported, and were not set aside for just coronavirus-related efforts.

Nevertheless, some are criticizing Noto’s administration for spending so much on the bizarre monument — especially as COVID-19 continues to ravage communities throughout Japan and around the world.

So far there have been nearly 530,000 positive coronavirus cases in the country, resulting in the death oof more than 10,293 people, according to Japan’s Ministry of Health,.

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