Monty comments

Posted in: Online bookings begin for large vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

Then you should remain their audience, not us

I can not speak for other people here, (who you mentioned with us), but if you want to close your eyes for things that happens in the real life, just ignore my posts.

For me, the real life is what counts.

Personal experience by myself and from others.

Not some statistics or datas.

If statistical Data shows how safe the vaccine is and that there will be no problems with side effects, and then I see something complete different happens in the real life,...I will never close my eyes from that and I will take these real things in my consideration to take the vaccine.

But that is up to everyone to decide by themselves.

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Posted in: Online bookings begin for large vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

That's why your demonstration with one person isn't relevant.

For my coworker and his wife it was very relevant!

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Posted in: Online bookings begin for large vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

@sf2k

Yes, you are right.

Every person reacts different to the vaccine.

But anyway, she is fine now and since today back to work, fully vaccinated.

My Co-worker came back to work too today, and he just told me this story because he appologized to be absent for 3 days.

-2 ( +6 / -8 )

Posted in: Online bookings begin for large vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

@Japanoob

Yes I know and I agree with you.

I just want to show an example what can happen, and that we all should be ready that we can get similar problems.

I mean 3 days with a high fever about 39.5 is not funny. That is a very hard situation.

Especially for elderly people.

But like I said, I am a Pro Vaxer and I will take the risk of the side effects.

But I want to be mentaly ready, that such things can happen.

-9 ( +7 / -16 )

Posted in: Online bookings begin for large vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

Just for an information...but don't missunderstand me....I am a pro Vaxer and hope to get my vaccine ASAP.

My co-workers wife is a nurse and she got her Pfitzer Vaccine 2nd shot last week here in Tokyo.

She had her first shot a few weeks ago.

After the first shot she went down with a high fever about 38,9 for one day.

But after the second shot she was down again with a fever about 39.5 for 3 days.

3 days she couldn't go to work and she couldn't take care of her daughter.

So my Co-worker also had to take 3 days off to take care of their daughter.

But no other symptoms after the vaccine, just the high fever.

-3 ( +11 / -14 )

Posted in: Paralympics chief tries to calm 'anger' over Games See in context

Parsons said at least 60 percent of Paralympians are currently expected to be vaccinated by the Games, but that figure may rise after organizers struck a deal with Pfizer/BioNTech

I thought, even you are vaccinated you can spread the virus, right?

The athlets, vaccinated or not, can bring the virus of any strain to Japan.

So to vaccinate the athlets is no help for the japanese people.

To vaccinate the japanese people, that would be a help.

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Posted in: Coe says COVID-19 vaccine a big factor in making Tokyo Games happen See in context

There are billions of people across the globe that want the Games to take place, the athletes and broadcasters want the Games to take place.

Idiot!

These billions of people are not living here and the athletes will go back to their home countries.

They will not face an increase of the virus after the games and again some restrictions here.

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Posted in: Standing room See in context

This picture is taken yesterday?

Really?

What time and which Line?

Unfortunately I can not clearly recognize the station map over the door.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic sponsor Toyota 'conflicted' over Games See in context

@P.Smith

Number 1:

you have repeatedly told us is no worse than the flu

Show me at least one of my posts where I said that!

Before you do such a statement "repeately told us", you should better first check the facts.

But I guess you are to busy in nonstop bashing the japanese people.

Number 2:

Why are you recommending they do this

If we talk about the flu, and if you remember my posts, what I guess you dont, I get my Flu vaccination regular every year!

Normaly I ignore your posts, but I dont like it when people start to tell things which are not true just to make another BS comment here.

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Posted in: U.S. coronavirus deaths hit lowest level in 10 months See in context

America will be probably soon go back to normal life.

Texas and Florida are doing that already.

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Posted in: IOC says negative public opinion no threat to Tokyo Olympics See in context

We listen but won’t be guided by public opinion,” IOC spokesman Mark Adams said

This Guy is total MF!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympic sponsor Toyota 'conflicted' over Games See in context

To be honest, we are conflicted every day over what the best course of action is.

Pull out all your money from the Olympics and invest it in the vaccine roll out program.

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Posted in: Pfizer vaccine effective against COVID-19 variants in Japan: study See in context

Study? Start to roll out...

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Posted in: Aichi city gave pharmacy chain chief, wife priority bookings for vaccination See in context

Unfortunately this happens in my home country too.

Fairness is sometimes forgotten.

It is very sad to see that wealthy or more powerful people get the priority.

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Posted in: Cautious cuddling? England to OK hugs as lockdown eases See in context

Hae?

It was forbidden in England to hug your friends and even your family???

-5 ( +4 / -9 )

Posted in: Nothing can stop Tokyo Olympics from going ahead: IOC's Coates See in context

"He tested okay before he left Tunisia, tested okay on arrival then three days later tested positive,

So where did he catch it?

In todays UFC event in Vegas, one fight was canceled just hours before the fight, because one fighter was tested positiv.

And the UFC fighters get tested almost every day.

Where did she catch it?

That proofs exactly what I told here already many times:

Test results are just valid for one moment. After the test you can get immediately infected and the test you just took lost all his sense.

-2 ( +5 / -7 )

Posted in: Packed trains, drinking: Japanese impatient over anti-virus measures See in context

Penalties would be needed today, but not to restaurants, but instead of businesses who don't let people WFH

I 100% agree!

This constant refusing of so many japanese companies to let people work from home, is one of the biggest reasons, why numbers of cases increase.

2 ( +7 / -5 )

Posted in: Packed trains, drinking: Japanese impatient over anti-virus measures See in context

it's worldwide with people needing to get on with life.

time waits for no one

I 100% agree.

People are tired of getting their lives and well deserved freetime destroyed by stupid measurements.

And it is worldwide now...look at the event tonight in Texas.

Boxing fight, Alvarez vs Saunders.

70.000 people in a sold out fully packed arena.

You can watch the weigh ins on youtube now.

Thousands of fans, nobody wears masks, zero social distance and everyone is shouting and cheering up their Boxing Idols.

But it is like Oldman13 said,

how much longer do they expect people to disrupt their lives

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Posted in: Pfizer and BioNTech to donate vaccines for Olympic athletes See in context

@kwatt

I wonder how many people of Americans are vaccinated?

Honestly speaking I dont know.

I was just surprised when I saw 2 weeks ago UFC 261 live in a full packed arena with 15.000 spectators in Jacksonville Florida, and now this saturday Alvarez vs Saunders in a 70.000 spectators full packed arena in Texas.

It seems that in America things are going back to normal.

So I guess the vaccine roll out is running very well there and people dont care anymore about the virus.

-2 ( +1 / -3 )

Posted in: What, if anything, do you believe governments around the world aren't telling the public about the coronavirus? See in context

For the reasons stated above, I believe it is man made.

I agree.

Man made in China.

As long as I dont see a real proof that convince me that I am wrong, I still say it is Man made in China.

And by a real proof, I dont mean some Nonsense from some self nominated experts here on JT or elsewhere in the internet.

-3 ( +6 / -9 )

Posted in: Pfizer and BioNTech to donate vaccines for Olympic athletes See in context

But safe enough for sporting events in the west?

It seems not yet.

Tomorrow is the Boxing fight, Alvarez vs Saunders in a full packed arena in Texas!

70.000 Spectators live on site in the arena.

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Posted in: Anti-Olympic petition tops 200,000 signatures in just 2 days See in context

Signature or Hanko?

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Posted in: Gov't to decide on extension of state of emergency on Friday See in context

I am back in the business...back in the morning trains...back to a company which refuses Home Office.

Today trains are not so crowded as usual because many people are still on holiday.

From monday everything will be as usual.

One of my commuter friends here said, he stayed at home during the holidays, watched Netflix and was drunk every night, and he was completely pissed because this stupid SOE damaged his and millions of other hardworking peoples well deserved holidays.

He also said he wants the Olympics be canceled, so that he hopefully can enjoy the Obon vaccation.

But he guess that the Obon vaccation will be also damaged.

Either by the risk of having thousands of athletes and staff from overseas in town, or either by a new SOE for Obon.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 609 new coronavirus cases; 884 in Osaka See in context

The nationwide figure is a record high 1,083, down one from Monday.

How can it be a record high if it is one down from monday???

So please correct your wording, when you later update the article with nationwide numbers.

Moderator: That has been corrected.

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Posted in: Australian PM retreats from threat to jail Australians trying to return from India See in context

But Australia did a good job in preventing the Virus.

2 new cases, lock down a complete city with millions of people...

Put Aussies returning from India in prison...

Very good job!

WTF!

-5 ( +2 / -7 )

Posted in: Chinese swimmer Sun Yang handed Tokyo Olympics lifeline See in context

He is not the only one.

Many chinese athlets are under doping.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

And additional I dont want to stay home!

I also told many times I am going out and live my life, by doing my best personal prevention.

I am not looking for any excuse to go out.

If I want to go out, I go.

Learn to live with the virus, because it will never ever dissapear from this planet.

-8 ( +7 / -15 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

Had to do some shopping 

really had to go and buy some groceries 

All these comments sound like an excuse or alibi to me for going out.

Nobody needs to go out if he or she REALLY dont want to.

Everything can be ordered online and can be delivered to your home.

-11 ( +6 / -17 )

Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

I am on my way back from work now, and I passed like always by Shibuya.

I saw some people in front of the hachiko exit with boards:

Stop PCR Tests. COVID is a lie!

Written in English.

And one Guy screamed in a Megaphone and told the people to throw away the masks.

Very....hmmm...interesting, strange, weird, I can not judge.

-12 ( +6 / -18 )

Posted in: Cruise ship returns to Yokohama after one passenger tests positive for COVID-19 See in context

All passengers had returned negative results in COVID-19 tests conducted one week before the ship's departure

How many times did I tell here before that a negative test gives you the result just for the moment.

One minute after the test or even during the test you can get infected by someone and you can be positive.

A negative test result is valid just for one second.

Here you have the proof.

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