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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,638 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 46,199 See in context

@BlackflagCitizen

the fact that a doctor would refuse to test for covid for a child who was in close contact with a confirmed case, and who was themselves experiencing some symptoms is just scandalous. I cannot believe that this is allowed to happen in this country.

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Posted in: Human torso found in suitcase dumped at disused Nikko golf course See in context

...a nearby resident called police at around 10:50 a.m. and said there was a suitcase on the ground beneath a bridge near the 14th hole

so the guy saw a suitcase under a bridge and decided it was worthy of calling the police?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,638 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 46,199 See in context

Based on these numbers, we are headed way way higher. Overseas it took Omicron around 6-7 weeks to peak and we are not even half way in Japan.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 8,638 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 46,199 See in context

It's an average of 26000 test per day over the last 3 days - about double compared to the last waves.

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Posted in: New Zealand says it won't use lockdowns when Omicron spreads See in context

@lindsay

they have been closed to non residents for a very long time now, it's not a new thing.

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Posted in: New Zealand says it won't use lockdowns when Omicron spreads See in context

they have more cases of omicron arrivals from overseas than community cases of delta.

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Posted in: Japan to put Tokyo, 12 other prefectures under COVID quasi-emergency See in context

I have a feeling many bars/restaurants will just ignore these requests - they need to make a living.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports record high 7,377 new coronavirus cases See in context

Hmm, we might reach 10k after all, even with the suppressed testing.

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Posted in: Japan's daily COVID-19 cases top 30,000, setting new record See in context

Not sure how Osaka can have more than Tokyo, but there it is.

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Posted in: Vietnamese trainee in Japan demands apology for 2 years of abuse See in context

Just saw this on the morning news - straight out physical assault - beaten on the body and head with a broom stick, repeatedly kicked and punched. Thankfully one of his colleagues was filming the incidents secretly it seems.

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Posted in: Osaka, Nadal win openers at Australian Open See in context

Tainted tournament for the men. The eventual winner will always have an asterisk after their win*****

They'll have the ranking points at a couple extra million dollars in their bank account.

Somehow I don't think they'll care about an asterisk.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

He should sue TA - they are the ones who gave him false information, and they are the ones who despite being told (including being sent multiple letters in NOVEMBER) by the federal government, that Djokovic would not be allowed in, ignored those communications. It's not a surprise that the head of TA today cancelled an interview at the last minute with ABC.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,172 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,483 See in context

...But yes, relax, and have a beer. Have quality time. It’s not an indecent notion.

I agree.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

If Nadal wins the AO, Nole will have to win 2 of the 3 (2 if he's banned from the French) remaining majors this year to overtake him - suddenly what looked like a certainty for him this year might only be possible next year, or not at all.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Doubtful he'll be able to get into the French Open either.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Who cares…He still has got much more success and money than most of the people who were involved in throwing him out. He’ll soon smiles about that while most of them remain relatively poor and have to continue to fulfill their daily slavery from 9 to five and more.

LOL - don't cry son..

11 ( +19 / -8 )

Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

Australian Govt 6 6 6

Novak Djokovic 0 0 0

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

It was unanimous as well.

15 ( +24 / -9 )

Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

It's official - he's gone.

Game, Set, Match.

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Posted in: Djokovic loses deportation appeal in Australia See in context

There is always next year. 

He won't be allowed back in unvaxxed and he knows it. This is his last chance to win the AO if he is allowed to play.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,561 news coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,744 See in context

Even medical staff haven't managed to get their booster shots yet - absolutely ridiculous.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,561 news coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,744 See in context

thats a 300% increase from last Saturday - lets just assume we only get a 100% increase next Saturday - we are basically at 10,000.

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Posted in: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia See in context

@anon99999

you make no sense at all - YOU claimed the minister acknowledges Djokovic is not in the country illegally. I asked you for proof of that - you said read this paper and that paper - I did and nowhere is that stated. In other words, you made it up, else you would just cut/paste the relevant quote.

Don't get mad just because someone asked you to provide evidence of something.

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Posted in: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia See in context

@anon99999

I read the SMH - nothing in there about the minister saying he wasn't in the country illegally.

The fact that his travel card is incorrect means he has broken the law - this is a fact.

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Posted in: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia See in context

Sorry the minister has acknowledged he is not illegally..

Where is this stated?

I was under the impression that there is no provision for unvaccinated non-residents to enter Australia.

Let's remember, the only reason he still is in Australia is because of a procedural error - the border force jumped the gun and didn't wait until 8:30am to try and deport him as promised.

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Posted in: Djokovic back in immigration detention in Australia See in context

This guy is just on one big ego trip.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,051 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 22,045 See in context

Whats with Okinawa counting the US military cases separately?

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Posted in: Djokovic faces deportation after Australia revokes visa See in context

No surprise at all and totally self-inflicted.

Like Rafa said, all he had to do was get a vaccine, instead he tried to game the system.

1.Applied for the wrong visa (excuse he was given wrong information by TA)

2.False information on travel card (his assistants mistake)

3.Attended public events knowing he was positive (didn’t want to disappoint the organizer)

4.His PCR test results do not match up (still no explanation as to why)

This is more than enough to justify him getting kicked out.

Better luck next year.

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Posted in: Djokovic in Australian Open draw as visa saga continues See in context

Djokovic poses no danger to anyone...

I agree, its not like he attends public event with children knowing he's covid positive...

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Posted in: Djokovic in Australian Open draw as visa saga continues See in context

He won't make to the French open either - Macron has made his displeasure very clear with non-vaccinated people.

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