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Posted in: Japan's COVID-19 app reaches 4 million downloads in first week See in context

Common Japan, I know there is some good news in there somewhere!!!

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Posted in: Office cluster pushes Tokyo coronavirus cases to 6-week high of 55 See in context

Open the econmmmyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!! Why does no one ever listen to me?

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Posted in: Kimono maker creates face mask for hostesses See in context

Looks hot

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Posted in: Abe's support rebounds despite ex-justice minister's arrest: poll See in context

Yeah right

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Posted in: Fujitsu brings hand washing AI to COVID-19 fight See in context

"Fujitsu are masters of wasting time"

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Posted in: Japanese start traveling en masse on 1st advisory-free weekend See in context

Errr, case rates are trending up, in countries operating with a 21st century mindset, you lock down at this stage?

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Posted in: Call to cancel Tokyo Olympics becomes issue in race for Tokyo governor See in context

dbsaiya,

have a think about it

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Posted in: Japan's farming industry faces falling demand, labor shortage See in context

Is anything in Japan going well?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 27 new daily coronavirus infections See in context

Time to partay, in Kabukicho, with no mask, yew!!!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 47 new daily coronavirus infections on Sunday See in context

Time to get some competent people running the show.

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Posted in: New research shows why non-smokers get serious lung condition See in context

@erbravia? What are you talking about?

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Posted in: Japan to launch coronavirus contact tracking app next week See in context

How would it work when there is almost no test data to compare it with. It's crazy how unconsolidated the views and initiatives of the diet are. First they announce they're doing away with any plans of blanket test programs, then announce a contact tracing app?

It's really quite spectacular.

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Posted in: ¥10 trillion reserve to combat pandemic branded Abe's 'pocket money' See in context

Where's my money bro

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Posted in: Chubu airport to resume int'l flights from Tuesday See in context

Don't whinge when it loses money and the treasury has to print money to keep the industry afloat.

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Posted in: Koike to declare candidacy for re-election as Tokyo governor See in context

More nothing to come.

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Posted in: Japan drifts back to money printing to battle pandemic See in context

Does anyone see the issue here?

Japan isn't even trying to "battle the pandemic" yet is printing money to save the economy. Why not just do the proper testing, rebuilding consumer confidence and prosper.

All I see is a bunch of old servants sitting in the Diet making up stories about the situation, just have some courage and address the issue.

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Posted in: Age of enlightenment See in context

"Age of entitlement"

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Posted in: Koike lifts 'Tokyo alert' on coronavirus See in context

No one cares because it's all a political stunt anyway.

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Posted in: Australian economy will suffer if China students stay away, says trade minister See in context

"Chinese students will suffer because their government has a lot of issues"

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Posted in: Lower house passes 2nd extra budget for virus package, totaling ¥31.91 tril See in context

How about...just addressing the problem?

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Posted in: U.N. experts urge Japan not to rush discharge of radioactive water See in context

Is it just me, or does everything the government here do seem frustrating, it's like they operate in a permanently frustrating, pathetic manner on every issue?

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Posted in: Japan's pro baseball to test all players for coronavirus every month during season See in context

Shame they don't test everyone else like this

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Posted in: Japan opts not to join U.S., others in criticizing China for Hong Kong law See in context

Abe-san dons the pussy hat yet again!!!

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Posted in: Japan to adopt selective, rather than blanket, approach in coronavirus tests See in context

"I don't side with the view that everyone should take PCR tests regardless of their conditions. The key is to what extent we conduct these tests, which we're debating now."

That's funny? I don't know why not.

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Posted in: Japan to adopt selective, rather than blanket, approach in coronavirus tests See in context

This government is super sad, it's a tragic scene.

The numbers start to go back up, so what happens? Back to "selective testing". It's very disappointing that our taxes pay for a bozo like Nishimura to be in-charge of this response.

All he has to do is look out the window at how well blanket testing has worked for other countries, stop reinventing the wheel and cowardly hiding the truth before he properly bombs out the economy.

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Posted in: Xi's visit to Japan to take place after Nov: minister See in context

Not welcome here!!!

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Posted in: Tokyo issues alert after 34 coronavirus cases confirmed See in context

@Bjorn Tomention

So by this info nearly half of the infections are a cluster in a hospital, its not a wide spread outbreak at the moment, stop the panic and the hype !

You could argue having an outbreak in a hospital (you know, the places which should be following strict hygene and safety guidlines) is worse for several reasons. If a hospital can't contain the outbreak, you think a late night ramen store can?

Sorry, but this shouldn't reassure anyone.

Also, you don't need to quote yourself.

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Posted in: Tokyo issues alert after 34 coronavirus cases confirmed See in context

I know you're just a troll but:

In any other jurisdiction on Earth with 14 million people, 34 cases would be considered a stunning success

Yeah, I think it's 34 cases out of a small sample of the population lol

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Posted in: Japan OKs saliva-based tests for coronavirus detection; 34 new cases reported in Tokyo See in context

@Mirai Hayashi

I agree..the real numbers will never be known, but I also believe that its far higher than what's being reported.

34 today...at this rate, we'll be right back where we started in April, and we'll have repeat the same damn thing over again.

I have no idea how this comment got down voted so hard. It's completely logical and likley this is going to happen, people seem to be getting less intelligent by the day!

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