Number of infected people Compared to last week
9/7(火) 1629人 -1280
9/6(月) 968人 -947
9/5(日) 1853人 -1228
9/4(土) 2362人 -1219
9/3(金) 2539人 -1688
9/2(木) 3099人 -1605
9/1(水) 3168人. -1060
8/31(火) 2909人 -1311
8/30(月) 1915人 -532
8/29(日) 3081人 -1311
8/28(土) 3581人 -1493
8/27(金) 4227人 -1178
8/26(木) 4704人. -830
8/25(水) 4228人. -1158
8/24(火) 4220人 -15
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Article from yesterday…
Tokyo Paralympics-linked COVID-19 cases top 200 in 2 weeks.
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The following link seems to show the number of tests performed each day.
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Shows the daily numbers in Tokyo per month.
A yellow highlighted number means it’s an increase from the week before,
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These numbers do not include the private pcr test data. More people are using the private clinics now as they are cheaper, quicker and you get your results through faster. I now have 2 friends who received a positive result and are recovering at home. It is unforgivable that the government isn’t including the results of these private pcr tests in their daily data updates.
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Posted in: Whether a country or region is doing enough testing for the coronavirus should be assessed based on the positivity rate and not on the number of tests. The positivity rate for Tokyo is now over 6%, so we should be doing a bit more testing to bring the number down. See in context
But... some people are currently being refused tests in Tokyo. Hospitals are actually turning them away. I now have 2 friends who are 99% percent sure they have covid but were refused testing. They were told to just stay home and avoid infecting people.
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Yes! Yes! Yes!
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The teachers at the school I work at are hideously overworked. Plus, they have to work on a Saturday, 1st to 4th period. It's certainly not a case of inefficiency. They are overloaded with class hours; they have no choice but to work through their lunch; they have to attend club activities on Sundays; they've got piles of paperwork to get through; meetings with parents/PTA... It's utterly ridiculous.
They have complained, via the teachers union, but nothing changes. The work they are expected to do is above and beyond what should be expected of a teacher.
Unless the government pencils in a change in the law, it's going to continue happening.
"The government is aiming to slash the proportion of employees working more than 60 hours per week to maximum 5 percent by 2020".
100% doubt... I'll believe it when I see it.
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Snot snort. Definitely the snot snort...
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Posted in: Do you find it annoying when you're trying to get a co-worker's attention in the office but can't because they are listening to music? Do you think companies should ban employees listening to whatever See in context
I'm not particulary listening to music, I'm trying my best to drown the cacophony of background noises. The gossipers, the people who suck their teeth and the dreaded snott-snort. Open offices are a nightmare for this. Music helps me to concentrate and get on with my work.
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Depression is tricky beast and hard to define. I think the following quote sums it up nicely:
“The signs of depression are many, because this soul-destroying illness affects each person differently, and in its degree of severity. This illness can develop quickly or gradually, and be brought on by life events and/or changes in body chemistry. It can strike anyone, and is curable in very many cases.”
If you just have problems, please don’t try to just deal with them on your own. That can often have the opposite effect, especially if don’t manage to effectively deal with the problem and it spirals out of control.
Try talking over your worries with a person who will listen sympathetically. If you feel it’s a bit more serious than that, there are some fantastic counselors out there who can help and guide you.
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