60% of Japanese companies have gone nuts! Cmon why would you risk the lives of your people ?
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The professor would like to meet Assane diop san!
One of the greatest Netflix shows I have watched lately! Amazing cinematography, acting and the plot!
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The number is the result of 2,067 tests conducted on Jan 1.
Few weeks back there used to be 300-400 cases out of 10,000. Today its 884/2067. This is getting crazy!
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Suga also hinted that if a state of emergency is declared in Tokyo, it won't be as strict as before.
You mean still the trains are going to be jam packed
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Spilled my tea while reading this. Lmao
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We all know Japanese business system is all based on paper and hanko (seal). People are still struggling to get used to zoom meetings and teleconferences. This decision by Nishimura is a prime example of Better late than never! Still it is going to take a lot of time to accept the new change. Ganbatte Nihon!
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"As much as possible, kiss only with your partner, and avoid deep kissing,"
I laughed harder than I should have...i mean..okay lmao
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Is this even a news?
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"We hope the Go To campaign supports tourism and the food and beverage industry and brings about a social and economic recovery so that the regions can escape this severe situation," Suga told a news conference.
Suga has said something extremely sugoi. I mean what even? You'd ask to wear mask, be at home and at the same time ask to travel just for the sake of "economic recovery" I am sorry but this is plain stupidity
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But fans are expected to be asked to wear masks, wash their hands frequently and avoid shouting.
Standing ovation to this pattern of thinking. What is the point of attending a game event when you aren't even allowed to shout? Sick!
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A question off-post
Why do japanese people put drinks on the sight of death ? Flowers are okay but drinks?
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