Why are so many people traveling? So selfish and a lack of common sense I would think. Why are you living in a place that you don’t want to be on your vacation? I’m happy to stay in my little town and go surfing on my holidays!
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My wife and I were talking that our 15 year old son lives in fairy land sometimes and she said a lot of Japanese do so.
I think Suga must be one of those with his hope in reducing it in the next month.
unless a vaccine comes out next week or the stop testing, I can’t see it happening with the lack of restrictions they have in place.
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Yep, I live near the beach to the island of Aoshima. My family and I decided to go for a bike ride and skateboard to near the island. There is a bridge to get to the shrine on the island and it was packed with hundreds of people walking back-and-forth, so we stayed well away from it and then headed back home after checking the waves and scenery. My 12-year-old daughter was a bit disappointed but I explained to her that praying at the shrine is not so important compared to our health and the chance of getting COVID. . I don’t think the seriousness of this virus has fully been implanted in the Japanese heads. I think the leaders of Japan are too tentative and have not done enough to command and instruct people on what to do and not not to do and prevent the spread of this virus.
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I love it! Well done !
I have played rugby with many of my indigenous mates over a lifetime and we need to do more to repair what atrocities occurred in the past.
small steps, but I like the positive move
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They should’ve just turned the lights off and big advertisements in Shibuya and 8:30.
It’s time to be proactive!
6 ( +7 / -1 )
This lack of restraint will come back and bite Japan on the bum!
I am looking forward to my kids rugby, my surfing and other stuff, but at the rate people are moving around I can see things getting shut down if that continues.
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