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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 2,848 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,629 See in context

Tokyo is under SOE. But the Tokyoites do not listen to Koike san anymore.

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Posted in: Japan upsets China for table tennis mixed doubles gold See in context

@NOMINATION

Basketball and handball are already a done deal for Japan.

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Posted in: Man given religiously forbidden food at Nagoya immigration center See in context

Why in an immigration or detention center, everyone taste should be taken into account ?

This man should be happy that Japan tries to accommodate his religion in such a facility

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Posted in: Japan upsets China for table tennis mixed doubles gold See in context

Great victory

Sad for the athletes to celebrate without spectators

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Posted in: TV viewership for Tokyo Olympics opening ceremony 56.4% in Japan See in context

Did not watch. Enjoyed camping

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Posted in: Frenchman's hunger strike over 'abducted' kids enters third week See in context

Macron should not have ccame to Japan in the first place. While he is imposing the sanitary pass in France, and many restrictions, he is traveling free himself with no quarantine, no pcr test and no sanitary pass. He himself got the covid while accusing French not being responsible enough.

For the present case, though Macron does not personaly care, Vichot had the support of French representatives in Japan and also some Japanese senators. The message has been conveyed to the French Embassy, then Macron as the head of state, and is part of the diplomatic discussion between countries. It will not change much, but by putting constant pressure on Japan, it might have an impact. It is a question of time.

Many women had also their kids abducted, and surprisingly, there are stories of Japanese women havinf their kids abducted by the Japanese father

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Posted in: 'The greatest honor': Osaka lights Olympic cauldron See in context

Maybe lighting the stadium was the reason why she couldn’t avoid joining the Olympics, not like the French and British Opens,

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Posted in: France launches vaccine pass for cultural venues See in context

I vaccinated myself to protect myself. I expect others to get vaccinated to protect those who cannot be vaccinated.

Choose not to be: ok.

Want equal privileges: too bad

 Governments make a vaccine mandatory or not. If it is not mandatory, why to discriminate with such a pass

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Posted in: France launches vaccine pass for cultural venues See in context

This pass for all sectors of the daily life is a shame and a political hypocrisy.

Macron said he would not make the vaccine mandatory, but finally imposes it through this indirect way.

Cases have been increasing as many, especially the young people, do not care with the summer vacation and are partying, and many vaccinated also do not care anymore. Deaths remain low

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Posted in: Around 15 world leaders, dignitaries to attend Olympic opening ceremony See in context

pcr test 72h before departure, then a 14 days quarantine is required to enter Japan.

Oops, the article is about world leaders. Sorry for that.

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Posted in: Johnson resisted 2nd lockdown as 'most of those dying were over 80': ex-aide See in context

Would he be an Australian, he would not have hesitated for a lockdown

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Posted in: Suga cabinet support rate hits low of 35.9% See in context

It was below 30 in some other polls

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Posted in: Chinese pop star Kris Wu denies sexual assault allegation See in context

14 is the legal age. A bit too young

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Posted in: Mito gov’t official arrested for video voyeurism of 13-year-old boy taking bath See in context

Investigation will tell us how long he’s been doing that. His computer will talk

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic beds are sturdy, organizers says after 'anti-sex' report See in context

They will put the mattress on the ground, that’s it !

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 727 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,329 See in context

HiroToday  05:23 pm JST

At this point, i don't even care anymore because i am already vaccinated.

The problem is that some vaccinated people like you do not care and are responsible for the spreading.

Many non vaccinated are more concerned and conscious

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 727 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,329 See in context

727 new coronavirus cases, down 281 from Sunday.

Measures are already working !!!

Are the Olympics guys included in the count ?

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Posted in: Higher tolls, priority traffic lanes go into effect for Tokyo Olympics See in context

Normal fees have already increased last year.

To go through Tokyo, taking the Gaikan all around gets cheaper though it adds a few kilometers.

With the 4 days off, other roads will see a traffic increase to avoid the Shutoko

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Posted in: Brisbane tipped to be awarded 2032 Olympics See in context

Lobbying is the key to get the games.

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Posted in: Most major cities in Japan revise vaccine plans amid supply crunch See in context

Japan makes plan based on expected vaccines arrival from overseas. Any changes regarding arrivals affect the schedule.

I note that people in major cities get their tickets well before the ones living in regions and countryside for the same age. Logical in term of health risk. However many who live far away still commute for work toward the major cities

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Posted in: First positive COVID tests reported for 2 athletes in Olympic Village See in context

The saliva test they do every day are not always accurate. I wonder if the results are confirmed by PCR before any public release.

Today, an IOC official from Korea tested positive after arriving here. This guy said he has been vaccinated and tested twice negative before departing from Korea

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Posted in: UK health chief tests positive for virus as Britain tightens restrictions on France travel See in context

Vaccines protect from being heavily sick, or dying, but not from catching the covid though reducing the risks

The problem is that vaccinated people take off their guards, and in my opinion, are a vector of transmission. They will not know it without symptoms and believe they don’t have the covid as they were vaccinated

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Posted in: Bach urges Japanese to support Olympics See in context

Japan is running in irrational fear mode.

Japan has always been like that as a conservative island country. Fear of the outside

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Posted in: Thailand tightens restrictions as daily virus cases top 10,000 See in context

In the past, 30,000 deaths due to flu was quite normal, and nobody batted an eyelid or took any special precautionary measures. We need to accept Covid as a fact of life and just stop worrying about it.

Agree with you.

Time has changed and now death is not accepted as in the past due to the medical progress. Like it was ok to loose thousands in wars. Not anymore.

Take some basic precautionary measures

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Posted in: Internet misinformation fans COVID vaccine hesitancy among Japanese young people See in context

In the first place, can young people get the vaccine?

in my 40s, I can’t

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Posted in: Missing Ugandan athlete leaves note saying he wants to work in Japan See in context

It was reported he bought a Shinkansen ticket at Nagoya station.

I bet he was so disappointed to miss the even he decided to go to Tokyo, visit the city and the weightlifting stadium at Tokyo Kokusai Forum, rather than going straight back to his country

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Posted in: Melbourne in 5th lockdown as Australia scrambles to curb virus outbreak See in context

I’d like JT to sometimes report on other countries in the world hardly hit by the covid, and not always Australia always under lockdown for only a few cases

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Posted in: Kono says local gov'ts need to slow down vaccinations due to supply crunch See in context

Mi city of 90000 has just started to take reservations for the 60-65 yo.

It was already slow

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,308 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,418 See in context

Tokyo is afraid of foreign athletes and staff brining the virus with them? They are more likely to catch it while they are in Tokyo.

Foreign athletes are also afraid of catching the virus from the locals and others. They don’t wanna miss their competition

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,308 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 3,418 See in context

This is the result of reopening restaurants serving alcohol after June 20. Alcohol lovers could not resist to go back partying with their coworkers after a two month period of gaman.

This combined with the arrival of summer.

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