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Posted in: Japan's top COVID-19 adviser wary of easing restrictions See in context

This is what happens when you give a busy-body politician some real power. They hold onto it and milk it for every second of attention they can get.

This is disgusting. An old man imposing his will on 126,000,000 free people.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,052 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 6,806 See in context

ForeignerinTokyo, mass testing is completely useless. What medical journal are you getting your information from? Can you prove mass testing is any better then selected symptomatic testing which has been the gold standard for diagnosing flu viruses for 100 years.

Site your sources.

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Posted in: Who would you like to see become the next prime minister of Japan? (Sensible answers only please.) See in context

Family Party (of) Japan. F.P.J

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Posted in: Japan to extend state of emergency again; set road map to lift curbs See in context

If your looking for credibility, Im 100% sure you will find it.

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Posted in: Japan considering vaccine passports for commercial activities See in context

2020, your acting as if this vaccine has been around for 50 years and has tested and proved itself to work.

There is no evidence of the effectiveness of this therapy, aka vaccine, to stop transmission and in fact there is growing evidence that it isnt working. See ISRAEL.

Also, what is the death threshold? How many people can die after taking this vaccine before we say enough is enough? 10,000, 100,000, 1,000,000? How high do we need to go? You tell me.

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Posted in: Japan considering vaccine passports for commercial activities See in context

expat, if the vaccine works than how is an unvaccinated person putting you at risk? Explain.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,629 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 10,6033 See in context

Reckless, are you trying to say that an experimental vaccine that has does not prevent spread of the virus, causes serious side effects including death, a vaccine that protects the manufacturers from being sued, should be mandatory and that it can be compared with safe and effective vaccines that have a long track record of success?

If you think the vaccine works then why are you worried if someone doesnt want it. You should be fine if the vaccine does its job. I dont understand your logic.

Why would those vaccinated be threatened by those who are not vaccinated? Explain.

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Posted in: Tokyo coronavirus cases fall to 968; nationwide tally 8,234 See in context

The pandemic has long passed into an endemic virus that will continue forever.

To think you can lockdown society to stop its spread is FOOLISH BEYOND MEASURE. More like INSANITY ON STEROIDS.

The cases are low relative to the population and those in critical care is EVEN LOWER.

Ivermectin has been shown to work and we need to start hearing more about it. The inventor is Japanese, who went on to win the Nobel prize and that drug is considered an ESSENTIAL MEDICENE ACCORDING TO THE WHO. Look it up yourself if you dont believe me.

Enough of the fear mongering and politics.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,853 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 12,908 See in context

If the vaccine suppresses symptoms, like coughing, and so vaccinated people who get it believe they are fine when in fact they are infected and go around and spread it to everyone, like in Israel, why is this a good idea?

Anyone who gets this virus should know they have it so they can take precautions like staying at home. If the most heavily vaccinated country in the world isnt stopping the spread of the virus but is in fact increasing its spread, shouldnt we be rethinking the idea of mass vaccination?

These numbers are phenomenally low considering the density of Tokyo's population and the supposed ease of transmission with this virus.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,539 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 16,738 See in context

There are 278 people out of a population of nearly 14 000 000 that need critical care.

We need to get a grip on reality. Because we cant have an honest conversation on this site, there is no use to get into the details but its not hard to do the research yourself.

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Posted in: Kishida pledges huge COVID relief package if he wins LDP leadership vote See in context

gintonic, America broke the bank to keep their economy from a total and complete implosion. Over 5 trillion dollars since March 2020. America is on the brink of a dollar collapse. You cant print your way out of this mess. If you don't believe me, continue to invest in the stonk market and see what happens in a couple of months from now.

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Posted in: Gov't considers extending state of emergency by 2 weeks See in context

This is no where near a SOE. Who are these people kidding?

Closing restaurants effects millions of employees, your screwing around with a lot of lives. Hotels are also getting crushed and Japan has tens of thousands of those. The tourism industry is getting smashed also so put in another several hundred thousand workers. Concert and wedding halls down 90%. Forgive me if Im missing something.

Even if you get to keep your job and regular life, you'll be the ones ending up footing the bill so enjoy those tax increases and higher prices.

Yeah, and enjoy showing your passport to get something to drink in the near future, how fun is that going to be. All for a virus that 99.99% of anyone who gets it recovers from without hospitalization.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,168 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,031 See in context

That is correct information. They are NOT testing asymptomatic people.

People who have symptoms are no way near 100% positive, they are many other viruses and other forms of illnesses floating around.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 3,168 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 20,031 See in context

Neither the CDC or Mayo Clinic recommend mass testing so why do some people here think it's a good idea?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

What is my theory, I'm stating facts.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

To be clear, if 2900 people tested positive for SarsCov2, there would be far more than 300 people in the hospital. Get your facts straight.

Lol why?

Why did you ask me why? SARS puts you in the hospital.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

No you think that. Read my first post. There are over 30 strains of coronavirus.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

Why? Go back and look at what happened when people became infected with SARS about 15 years ago. They you will know why.

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a viral respiratory illness caused by a coronavirus. Ya think severe sounds like you can just walk home after you find out you got it? Is that what you think?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

To be clear, if 2900 people tested positive for SarsCov2, there would be far more than 300 people in the hospital. Get your facts straight.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,909 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 17,713 See in context

So all of those people who tested positive have SARS Cov2? Or do they have one of over 30 possible Coronavirus strains?

The answer is they don't know!

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Posted in: Last year, there were many people who wanted to take a test even though they had minor symptoms. But not now. See in context

Yes, because people have stopped being scared of a virus that most likely wont harm them even if they get it.

300 people in the hospital out of a population of almost 14 000 000. OR .0000000000000000001%.

I talk to a lot of people and believe me, almost NOBODY CARES ANYMORE!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,915 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 13,638 See in context

So when you get tested does it show that you have Covid, Flu type A or Flu type B? Or do they automatically assume that if you test positive, you have Covid?

Is this not an important question? Why can't I find the answer?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,915 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 13,638 See in context

There is ZERO need to test people if they don't have symptoms because the TEST ITSELF IS NOT DESIGNED TO DIAGNOSE VIRUSES.

If people are getting the virus and they don't even know it then the death rate is even lower than it already is.

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Posted in: More Moderna vaccine contamination detected in Okinawa See in context

If the CEO of Pfizer himself doesn't think it's necessary to get the vaccine as a healthy 59 year old man, why should you? I'm dying to hear why.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 4,392 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 22,284 See in context

This is no longer a pandemic, its an endemic and everyone will just need to get use to it.

Build up your immune system or get the vaccine. If your healthy and under 70 years old you have a 99.99% chance of getting better.

Enough is enough.

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Posted in: New Zealand concedes 'COVID zero' strategy no longer viable as Delta outbreak grows See in context

Anyone who uses anti-vaxxer for these experimental vaccines is ignorant of the FACTS.

If a trial vaccine causes 25 deaths it is NEVER approved by the FDA. Newsflash, these experimental unapproved vaccines have already caused over 15,000 deaths. THEY WILL NEVER BE APPROVED.

YOU ARE THE EXPERIMENT.

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Posted in: New Zealand concedes 'COVID zero' strategy no longer viable as Delta outbreak grows See in context

Lockdowns. Dont. Work. Instead they CRUSH THE ECONOMY, CAUSE MENTAL ILLNESS, and GO ON AND ON FOREVER (Sydney 3 months).

The Delta variant is less lethal. FACT! Experimental vaccines are available if you want them. India has proven that IVERMECTIN effectively stops the spread of Covid.

Wake up, this isn't about the virus, it's about TOTAL CONTROL OVER YOUR LIFE. YOUR BODY THEIR CHOICE.

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Posted in: We must not create a society where those who do not get vaccinated feel guilty or lose out. We need to be careful not to encourage peer pressure through vaccine discount programs. See in context

“We are seeing concerning evidence of waning vaccine effectiveness over time and against the Delta variant,” Walensky said.

Walensky continued, “Reports from our international colleagues, including Israel, suggest increased risk of SEVERE disease amongst those VACCINATED EARLY.”

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,074 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,492 See in context

That article is useless.

I want clear information.

Something like this.

age existing condition vaccination status

77 type 2 diabetes yes stable

Let the people see whats happening in real time. Otherwise mis-information makes everyone confused.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 5,074 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 25,492 See in context

If there are 270 people in serious condition, the people deserve to know more details!!!!

You can leave their names out but let us know their age, their health condition, and if they have been vaccinated or not.

This is vitally important information so why is the Govt not telling us????????

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