The coronavirus crisis may have finally forced Japan’s government to get serious about fixing its computer systems. Before the pandemic, the problems might have been merely annoying, but now they are impeding an economic recovery.Despite its hi-tech image, much of Japan’s administrative system has relied on the use of fax machines and paper documents with a physical stamp of approval.The low-tech systems have delayed aid money getting to where it’s needed during the pandemic.To fix that, the…