People in Miami wait to get tested for coronavirus amid a large outbreak in the city.(Reuters: Marco Bello)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelJapan's domestic tourism campaign will continue despite Tokyo's coronavirus spike, Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand is sticking with its strategy for elimination, and Victoria's AFL teams are heading north.This story is being updated throughout Wednesday.Wednesday's key moments:Tourism campaign under fire in JapanNew Zealand sticks with elimination strategyVictoria records 238 new cases, AFL teams to move to BrisbaneNSW confirms more hotel cases, NT declares Sydney a hotspotPositive news from US's first vaccine testBritain and France will make face masks in shops mandatoryTourism campaign under fire amid fears cases will spread from Tokyo A record 243 cases were confirmed in Tokyo last Friday.(AP Photo: Eugene Hoshiko)Officials say Tokyo is considering raising its alert for coronavirus infections to the highest of four levels after a spike in cases to record numbers in the Japanese capital.Daily coronavirus cases in the city exceeded 200 in four of the last six days, touching an all-time high of 243 cases last Friday as testing among workers in the metropolis's red-light districts turned up infections among young people in their 20s and 30s.Fearing a second wave of infections spreading from the capital, local and opposition politicians urged the central government to suspend a major campaign aimed at boosting domestic tourism.Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura, however, said on Wednesday the Government would proceed with the so-called "Go To" travel ad campaign, which includes offers such as discounts for shopping and food, but move cautiously."Obviously, we will consider the thoughts of many of our people, while monitoring the situation ahead," he told Parliament.New Zealand says elimination strategy will remain even if community transmission discovered Jacinda Ardern says no system is "100 per cent fool proof".(AP: Mark Mitchell)New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the country must prepare for new coronavirus outbreaks as the pandemic spreads globally, but says it will not drop its elimination strategy if community transmission is discovered.Ms Ardern said the epidemic was now "exploding" outside New Zealand, and countries that had been models in the fight against COVID-19 had now experienced further community outbreaks.The Government released a new framework on how it intended to fight the virus in the event of new cases, with elimination still the central strategy."No system is 100 per cent foolproof and around the world, we are seeing even the most rigorous measures being tested by the virus," Ms Ardern told reporters in Wellington.New Zealand last reported a case of community transmission two-and-a-half months ago. It has recorded 22 deaths from nearly 1,200 confirmed cases.Victoria records 238 new cases, AFL teams to move to Queensland So far, the AFL has completed six rounds of a reduced 17-game season.(AAP: Dave Hunt)Victoria has recorded its fourth-highest daily increase in coronavirus numbers since the pandemic began, with 238 new cases added to the state's tally.Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton said there had been stabilisation in the case numbers in recent days, which could point to the "the very beginning" of the impact of lockdowns.But he said more needed to be done."When we have 238 cases every day, we're looking at two to three deaths in a week or more's time," he said.Today, it was announced that Victorian AFL teams would be based in Queensland for up to 10 weeks as part of a bid to get most of the 2020 season completed.NSW confirms more hotel cases, NT declares Sydney a hotspot The Crossroads Hotel in Casula has been linked to 34 cases.(ABC News: Jesse Dorsett)NSW health authorities have confirmed four new coronavirus infections linked to a cluster of cases at the Crossroads Hotel in south-west Sydney.That brings the total number of cases linked to the pub to 34.NSW health authorities say a man from Melbourne is "likely" responsible for sparking the cluster.After declaring all of Victoria a hotspot last week, the Northern Territory did the same today for Greater Metropolitan Sydney."To open our borders to Sydney right now, when we don,
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