Alex comments

Posted in: Japan, China restart reciprocal business travel See in context

also that picture says it all, if you think that you have to dress up in full hazmat to be protected then you shouldn't be travelling!!!

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Posted in: Americans face new COVID-19 restrictions after Thanksgiving See in context

At the end of the day the public have been told and told they have chosen to ignore it so they will face the consequences unfortunately.

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Posted in: Japan, China restart reciprocal business travel See in context

Seriously what are they thinking????? there are so many alternatives to face to face meetings.

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Posted in: Australian airline Qantas to require COVID-19 vaccination for international travelers See in context

A lot of countries have certain health requirements to be issued with a visa, more than likely being vaccinated against a serious disease like Covid will be a visa requirement.

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Posted in: When a vaccine that is proven to be effective against COVID-19 becomes available to all, will you take it? See in context

At the end of the day all this endless arguing over social media will not change the fact that just like all the other diseases before and all the diseases coming we will need to be vaccinated.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 534 new coronavirus cases as Japan goes on maximum alert See in context

The government seriously needs to get it together before this explodes, this nice please wear mask ect ask don't want to offend anyone by telling them what to do tactic is not working at all. What are they going to wait until it hits 1000 per days before they actually implement something.

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Posted in: General Services Administration allows Biden transition funds to begin See in context

finally what a petulant loser

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Posted in: When a vaccine that is proven to be effective against COVID-19 becomes available to all, will you take it? See in context

You won’t be able to travel without one .

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 314 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,519 See in context

This is not good it’s creeping up and needs to be nipped in the bud ASAP.

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Posted in: U.S. COVID-19 deaths surpass 250,000 mark as infections surge See in context

Yet they are still endlessly debating about masks.

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Posted in: Doctors, nurses urge Trump to share COVID-19 data with Biden as states tighten restrictions See in context

Just the sheer callousness of this man is breathtaking. He absolutely doesn't care for the USA or its people, yet 70 million people supported this person. Hopefully Karma will get him.

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Posted in: Biden outlines plan to ease economic inequity amid pandemic See in context

TRUMP didn't do anything ....he ensured 255K people died unnecessarily.... that's his greatest achievement in his presidency.

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Posted in: Experts spar over ethical question: Should we be paid to get COVID-19 shots? See in context

Well I guess if they don’t want to take it they’ll get sick and the ones that have been vaccinated won’t . That’s fine their problem. Countries and airlines will probably insist in travellers being vaccinated so they won’t be able to travel . Again not my problem . They’ll miss out ....

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Posted in: 93% of airline passengers in Asia-Pacific say their travel routines have changed forever See in context

People have short memories once the vaccine hits ect it’ll go back to the way it was ..... I’ll still wear a mask in a plane and wipe down don’t care if it not covid it’ll some other gross germ

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Posted in: 15 Asia-Pacific countries form world's largest free trade bloc in boost for China See in context

Good riddance USA you're becoming more and more irrelevant

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Posted in: Australia may see first week of no local COVID-19 transmissions See in context

Wouldn’t have anything to do mask wearing , washing hands and sanitisers ? Like I keep saying if people only listened instead of

endlessly debating and arguing .

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Posted in: CEOs in U.S. weather pandemic with compensation largely intact See in context

Well their yearly bonuses have to come from somewhere, geeze people don't be so selfish. So what if thousands of families are doing it tough, the CEO needs his yearly bentley upgrade.

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Posted in: Pompeo voices confidence for 'second Trump administration;' then softens tone on transition See in context

I really can't roll my eyes hard enough.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 293 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,270 See in context

Too many conspiracy theorists on this board. It not Japans fault that Europe or the USA's population does not listen so just because they are doing badly so must be everyone else yeah no sorry.

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Posted in: GOP to let Trump fight election for weeks despite Biden's win See in context

Trump actually thinks that he is bigger that the USA and 200 years of history and process he's nothing but a career con artist that is ruining the USA. He lost the election find some class and move on.

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Posted in: Suga vows to secure enough vaccines as hopes rise for breakthrough See in context

It everyone's choice however No jab No travel simple!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 293 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,270 See in context

So there were low deaths in Australia as well as smallish waves there too, compared to other countries. So did Australia lie as well? were there many more cases and many more deaths? Just like the commentators are saying that Japan is fudging the numbers? or could it be that people there listened to the recommendations and it didn't explode. A lot of the commentators just cant accept the fact that this pandemic could of been semi controlled with preventative measures, there is the eye rolling reluctance to wear a mask and take simple precautions.

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Posted in: Australia may open borders to Asia as it records third day without local COVID-19 case See in context

https://www.news.com.au/travel/travel-advice/flights/coronavirus-countries-australia-could-open-up-to-first/news-story/6c12d1b4c25df2c90e601749344891fa

This is the full article, not dailymail.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 293 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,270 See in context

To all the foreigners commenting negatively every time total infections are announced, why are you on this board if you have such a negative view of Japan? No one is claiming that Japan is superior its just that population due to their intelligence listen to the recommendations and therefore this results in lowering the infection rates than other countries. Its not really rocket science.....

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Posted in: Pfizer says COVID-19 vaccine over 90% effective See in context

Yay thank you finally we can go back to normal soon, but we should never forget 2020.

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Posted in: Hokkaido confirms 200 daily coronavirus cases for 1st time See in context

Please get the flu vac and take precautions, do not play with this or listen to "oh its just a flu" it has been proven that its not.

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Posted in: Refusing to concede, Trump blocks cooperation on transition See in context

The man is desperate his loans come due soon so he's is over.

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Posted in: Trump faces long odds in challenging vote counts; McConnell says it is OK for Trump to fight See in context

Did he really think he would be reelected based on his performance as the president? he is as delusional as his supporters.

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Posted in: Biden calls for healing in appeal to Trump voters See in context

Still the vote showed that many people voted for the orange faced racist . The president may of changed but the problems haven’t, good luck USA you’re going to need it .

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