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Posted in: Getting back to normal See in context

And they told my bf to go to the office starting tomorrow. He's programmer... This is insane.

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Posted in: California governor issues sweeping statewide 'stay at home' order over coronavirus See in context

About half of my Californian friends lost their jobs today. For them and their families, the world is crumbling.

If only people would have taken it more seriously in the beginning.

I also lost job in Japan due to coronavirus. Yet they still do nothing which mean that I lost my job for completely no reason.

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Posted in: Expert panel discourages large gatherings, recommends reopening some schools See in context

Here you are.

https://web.archive.org/web/20200316112915/https://www.mhlw.go.jp/content/10900000/000608801.pdf

No testing, no problem policy?

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Posted in: China reports zero new domestic virus cases for first time See in context

What are they burning down? https://twitter.com/naochashu/status/1240279173744082944

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Posted in: Graduation ceremonies scaled down in Japan due to virus See in context

Still they're gathering together somewhere else...

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Posted in: Coronavirus-concerned pet owners barking up wrong tree? See in context

The biggest concern is actually what will happen to pets when it's owner is in hospital or died.

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Posted in: Abe urges 2-week curb on big events to stem coronavirus spread See in context

I’m working on the events For now my calendar for March is empty..... Got a phone today that they cancelled another event and here we are, I’m jobless for 1,5 month and probably more....

But of course schools and COMPANIES are still working... Isn’t that wrong? If you don’t stop the whole country cancelling only part of events MEANS NOTHING.

I guess Abe will pay my bills and rent?

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Posted in: Quarantine measures questioned as woman tests positive after leaving cruise ship See in context

On Saturday, around 100 more passengers who had reportedly been in close contact with infected people on board were allowed to get off.

seriously?

Health Minister Katsunobu Kato has also apologized after 23 passengers were allowed to leave without being properly tested.

sorry, not sorry...

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Posted in: 23 passengers not tested before leaving cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

Twitter is full of new accounts of people who think that they may have new coronavirus and guess what? They need to have A PROOF that they went to China or had contact with someone from CHINA. That's not problem with China only anymore? In Osaka among 5 million inquiries they're testing only 1-5 according to this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxvBlG9Ade0 Of course probably it's not 100% reliable content, but how can you explain that low numbers??

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Posted in: 23 passengers not tested before leaving cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

How come Japanese government is making only wrong decisions?

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