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Posted in: Philippines to shut border to foreigners, some Filipinos as virus cases surge See in context

I think that money is still okay to enter.

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Posted in: Team New Zealand wins America's Cup See in context

New Zealand plays other sports.

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Posted in: Popularity of Harry and Meghan plummets in UK after Oprah interview, poll says See in context

Unfortunately this is very common thinking in Britain. Blame the accusers and support the people who made the comments. Hopefully future generations are more accepting of differences.

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Posted in: Marilyn Manson dropped by record label after abuse allegations See in context

As is always the case when assaults against women are reported, a lot of guys say it is a lie

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Posted in: Father of 2-year-old girl who died after being left in car for 7 hours last summer to be charged See in context

Unfortunately this is a very common occurrence around the world. It seems that the father was not the usual caregiver. The temperature in a car gets much higher than the outside temperature. I hope that everyone reading this remembers that.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,433 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,871 See in context

A lot of positive cases from the tests. Although most of the people getting tested are suspected cases already. So in the general population it doesn’t appear to be that high.

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Posted in: Suga urges citizens to have quiet New Year; 5 cases of new virus variant confirmed See in context

I wish that countries like England would do more to keep the virus under control. It seems that the latest strain is from there.

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Posted in: Santa Claus bikers ride in annual Tokyo parade against child abuse See in context

I’m glad that all child abuse is reported in the world.

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Posted in: Japan to expand compensation for businesses over Go To Travel campaign halt See in context

How funny all the people on here asking for a refund are. It didn’t take a genius to know what was happening with the virus.

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Posted in: Health experts urge pause in Go To Travel campaign as COVID-19 cases surge See in context

Hopefully the new President will solve the worlds biggest problem like everyone expects.

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Posted in: Quarter of LGBT people in Japan have experienced outing: survey See in context

Very similar numbers overseas. People aren’t good at keeping secrets.

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Posted in: Apple rolls out virtual fitness service, new watch, subscription bundle, catering to pandemic work-from-home See in context

Apple watches are the worst. Apparently they only give half a day of battery. Many people I talk to with an Apple watch complain so much about it.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 276 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 692 See in context

Is the media still reporting the number of cases? It seems that everything is back to normal. People are going back to work, restaurants and traveling. Maybe the risk is not that high.

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Posted in: Japan to lift re-entry restrictions on foreign residents from Sept 1 See in context

Hopefully all the foreigners do the right thing by wearing masks and washing their hands.

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Posted in: Japan to ease COVID-19 entry curbs on foreigners with resident visas: NHK See in context

Hopefully they follow the rules when they come back

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Posted in: Abe says no need for another state of emergency over coronavirus See in context

Japan seems to be doing a great job of containing the virus. I’ve heard other countries have much higher rates. I usually walk to work so don’t know much about the trains. If you do take the train you should wear a mask. It’s that simple.

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Posted in: Japan to lift virus ban on re-entry of some foreign residents from Aug 5 See in context

This is common practice around the world.

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Posted in: Japan's coronavirus infections top 30,000 with 295 new cases in Tokyo See in context

Japan should follow America’s lead in the fight against this virus. America seems to have it all under control.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports single-day record of 366 new coronavirus infections See in context

Still a lot less than Europe and the US.

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Posted in: Downloads of Japan's COVID-19 tracing app slow to 7.7 mil See in context

I think they should put it on wearables like Singapore. These would be more useful as many people use them these days. I don’t carry my phone all the time, so pointless to have it on a phone.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record 293 new COVID-19 cases See in context

Again no information about the number of people who have died. I have a runny nose today. Add me to the figure.

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Posted in: Japan reports over 600 cases on Thursday; 286 in Tokyo See in context

It’s strange how they don’t mention anything about the number of deaths. It must not be as dangerous as previously believed.

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Posted in: Half of telecommuters in Japan work longer hours than before pandemic: Rengo See in context

It seems that some people prefer it and some people don’t like it. I think that after everything goes back to normal, people should choose a job that allows them to follow their preference. Unfortunately there are those people that say how great it is, except that their wife is also working from home. They have another important choice to make.

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Posted in: Gov't urges citizens to install virus-tracking app See in context

I think this is fine for countries where the virus spread to and killed many people. However the numbers for Japan were quite low.

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Posted in: European lawmakers chide Japan over parental child abductions See in context

Those figures don’t seem too bad. 29 out of 35 cases have been acted on. I’m sure that this is very similar to other countries.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 47 new daily coronavirus infections on Sunday See in context

I hope that all the people complaining that people are sitting next to them on the train and in cafes and other places would take that as a sign for them to stay at home themselves. A lot of people take no responsibility for themselves, just looking for someone else to blame.

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Posted in: Tokyo ranked 3rd most expensive city in world for expats See in context

Did they check the prices at the 100 yen shops?

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Posted in: Alarming rise in U.S. coronavirus cases as states roll back lockdowns See in context

The US should test every single citizen according to the experts on this website.

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Posted in: Full crowds, rule tweaks and Dan Carter as Super Rugby returns in New Zealand See in context

It looks as if this will spell the end of Super Rugby. Japan’s team will be dumped. Australians aren’t interested in it and South Africa is joining Europe.

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Posted in: Koike lifts 'Tokyo alert' on coronavirus See in context

Actually Japan has done a much better job than European countries and America in containing the virus. It seems to be that they are looking carefully at the numbers before making a decision.

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