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Posted in: City in Fukushima uses tsunami lessons for COVID-19 vaccinations See in context

Cool Japan? Slow Japan more like.

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Posted in: Suga arrives in Britain for G7 summit See in context

So, if I go to England, I have to self isolate for about ten days, and on my return to Japan, spend six days in a government run isolation unit before spending ten days isolating in my own house. I assume that Suga will be setting an example by doing the same?

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Posted in: Japan to extend quarantine for travelers from Britain to 6 days See in context

I thought it was 14 days, that’s what I’d heard.

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Posted in: Facebook suspends Trump for 2 years See in context

It won’t stop him lying though.

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Posted in: Olympics chief says cancelation unlikely with 50 days to go See in context

‘Extreme circumstances’, what, like a pandemic or something?

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Posted in: 10,000 Tokyo Olympic volunteers have now pulled out: organizers See in context

I think there is no doubt that one of the reasons is concern over coronavirus infections," Toshiro Muto, CEO of the organizing committee, told reporters. One of the reasons, surely THE reason.

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Posted in: Japan's vaccine push ahead of Olympics looks to be too late See in context

Ian, you said that the Asahi Shinbun called for it to be postponed not cancelled, but here’s their headline, “Prime Minister Suga, please call off the Olympics this summer”. Call off, not postpone.

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Posted in: Japan's vaccine push ahead of Olympics looks to be too late See in context

‘By using a new weapon called vaccines and taking firm preventive measures, it is fully possible" to hold the Olympics safely.’

Vaccines are hardly a ‘new weapon’. He explains it as though he’s talking to a bunch of kids. If it’s ‘fully possibly’, then why have all the local festivals been cancelled?

This idiot is going to hospitalize thousands of people.

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Posted in: Man arrested for ruining fruit at supermarket See in context

What a bellend.

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Posted in: China reports first human case of H10N3 bird flu See in context

Not again. Come on China, sort yourselves out.

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Posted in: Japan's vaccine push ahead of Olympics looks to be too late See in context

Ever feel like you’re reading the same story day after day?!

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Posted in: Over 30% in Japan see rise in exposure to secondhand smoke See in context

I had a class in this place where, as usual, everyone had to wear masks. As it was as private club and this is Japan however, people not taking part in the class we’re allowed to take off their masks and smoke! Unbelievable.

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Posted in: COVID vaccines to be available to all under 65 in Japan at same time See in context

Seriously, if they pull this off and we can all get vaccinated fairly soon then someone needs a $£%#n medal for sorting this mess out. If it’s just business as usual and just another bit of PR then I’ll be the first to say €#%£ you to this inept government. Let’s see what happens.

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Posted in: Man arrested for attempted murder after throwing dumbbell from 2nd-floor window See in context

Dumb, bell

end.

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Posted in: EU leaders express support for Tokyo Olympics See in context

Yeah, it’s alright foe them isn’t it. They won’t have to deal with the vaccine evading quadruple spike protein strain in the immediate aftermath will they?

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Posted in: Japan plans to extend COVID-19 state of emergency beyond May 31 See in context

The thing that annoys me is that the delays in vaccinations are partly due to this idea that Japanese people are somehow unique, and that their DNA is completely different to other Asian people. It wasn’t enough that 2,000 out of the 44,000 people tested were Asian, it was also deemed necessary to conduct the same trials on 160 Japanese people thus delaying the rollout by months.

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Posted in: Japan opens mass vaccination centers in Tokyo, Osaka See in context

Yay! Imight get vaccinated this time next year!

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Posted in: Nearly 60% say Tokyo Olympics should be canceled: poll See in context

Didn’t we already know this?

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Posted in: Tougher anti-COVID-19 measures begin in 6 prefectures See in context

Happy days are here again!

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Posted in: Osaka’s remote-learning policy strains teachers; forces students to go to school for lunch See in context

“One of the reasons for the Japanese long life is their diet.” What? Fried chicken, white bread that’s like foam rubber, so-called ‘hamba-gu’, and other convenience foods that I always seem to see people eating here.

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Posted in: 42-year-old mayor gets COVID shot ahead of elderly See in context

“If the mayor, the one who gives the orders, gets infected, it would cause confusion. Is ‘confusion’ really the right word to be using here?

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Posted in: Japan to bar entry of foreigners from India, Nepal, Pakistan See in context

Bit late.

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

Who knows what variants will be around by the time I get it in 2023 or whenever, it’ll probably have mutated into something completely different by then.

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

Japanese DNA is completely unique when compared to dirty foreign DNA. Because of this, only a vaccine produced by Japanese people for Japanese people will be effect. Studies show that, under a microscope, Japanese DNA takes its shoes off when entering a house and is really good at using chopsticks.

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Posted in: Publisher slams gov't handling of virus in 3 newspaper ads See in context

“The public should express more outrage about the toll of the coronavirus on individuals.” How exactly? Go out into the streets protesting? Can’t do that due to the virus. Post a comment like this one? Who cares. Write to my local MP? Yeah, right.

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

England putting Japan to shame.

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Posted in: Government advisor sparks anger with tweet laughing off calls for Olympic cancelation See in context

“With just over 10,000 fatalities, Japan has suffered fewer deaths than other countries, but has lagged in rolling out its vaccine program”

Cut and paste still working then?

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Posted in: Suga says Japan aiming for 1 mil COVID-19 vaccine shots daily See in context

Growing up, I always saw images of Japan as this land where nothing was ever late, the future was already here, and it was a model of efficiency. Fast forward to the present and it’s quite a different story. Let’s just hope that this is one promise they can keep.

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Posted in: Tokyo governor says mutant strains of COVID-19 becoming dominant See in context

Putting the sign in the native language of Japan might actually help. Oh, and getting us vaccinated. Christ on the cross.

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Posted in: 1st batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccine arrives in Japan See in context

Apparently, municipalities in Japan have apparently requested a ‘slower vaccine rollout’ in order to notify residents and set up venues for vaccinations. Yeah, because notifying people takes months doesn’t it? It’s not like we’ve got some kind of advanced technology like the internet is it? And it’s not like there’s a sense of urgency is it? I mean, no one's actually dying are they?

Come on Japan, do better.

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