Toshiki Mano, a medical doctor and professor at Chuo University. The coronavirus pandemic has at times brought Japan's medical system to the brink of collapse despite being hit by far fewer cases than the United States and some European countries. Experts like Mano say more should have been done to fix structural issues that were exposed before the third wave of infections arrived.© NHK
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Local governments and medical associations should create a role-sharing system between hospitals in the region, with private hospitals supporting public hospitals that take care of coronavirus patients on the front line.
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