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That's a wonderful waste of time.

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This is beyond hilarious! Look at how many people from the press are there to document something that has no impact! Hopefully they're disinfecting subway cars, buses, and elevators around big cities instead of wasting time in a dugout no one has been in for WEEKS!

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Just to reassure people the place is safe..When will it be used next? Any virus that was there is not since dead.

How many of the cases in Tokyo recently been on trains and buses? Are they tracking friends and relatives putting them into isolation. This is pointless in everyway. It has two and a half lines to the story, but my inbox notification it is accompanied with a headline and photo. WOW big news.

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Have members of the Dragons also become infected? In a month's times, the Hanshin player could have been in contact with any number of people who were/are carriers.

Make work to look like you're doing something even though what you're doing is meaningless.

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Niiice... you got the hand selected media right there to document the gesture. Classic JP press release, straight from the playbook!

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The cleaners are wearing hazmut suits and the reporters are just wearing a flimsy mask....sheer stupidity.

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Are they now going to fill the stadium with people who arrived by subway?

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Wait?

They are disinfecting this stadium now because a player who played there a month ago or so was found to be infected?

Is my understanding correct?

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This is all getting beyond ridiculous. One comedy after another. They are getting exactly zero things right.

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A rather lame PR stunt.

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You would think for a pro baseball team, they would something better to sit on than plastic benches... That dugout is seriously outdated... I know it's not really high on the team's agenda, but...

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As a matter of fact, the Dragons play their regular season home games at Nagoya Dome.

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This is the Dragons’ former home stadium, which is used by their minor league team and sometimes as a practice facility for the main team (who usually play in Nagoya Dome).

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Living in Japan, why not using these resources on train stations, hospitals and so on where safety is a real issue.   Motainai (wasteful).

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onsenandbeer2013Mar. 31  03:21 pm JST You would think for a pro baseball team, they would something better to sit on than plastic benches... That dugout is seriously outdated... I know it's not really high on the team's agenda, but...

The Dragons play in a domed stadiums, so this must be a practice facility as the old, open air stadium was torn down, no?

https://morethanrelo.com/en/nagoya-baseball-chunichi-dragons-introduction/

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