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Japan's 1st videoconference cabinet meeting held during virus pandemic

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Well you can’t expect too much, it’s not as though Japan is a technologically advanced first world country.

Interesting that they still have to have a paper copy to sign? Hope not the same one passed around as that would make the whole video conferencing thing utterly pointless!

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I wonder how many of them were trying our amusing backgrounds during the meeting.

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Wow.... Welcome to the 20th century. Next step hold all these press conferences online and not cramp all these people in one room.... Surely but steadily Japanese goverment makes baby steps (sarcasm)

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Nearly three months after Diamond Princess, two months after shutting down public schools, one month after declaring a state of emergency, and they are just starting this now...?

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I guess someone in politics actually does read our comments here at JT.

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