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Posted in: No. of coronavirus infections in Japan passes 1,000 See in context

Please do more testing. Nursing homes, healthcare workers and teachers. Restaurant staff, public transportation workers and hotel staff. Please. Anyone with a fever or cough.

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Posted in: Coronavirus fears shut bars, borders; WHO urges world to ‘test, test, test’ See in context

Over 126 million people. Just 825 confirmed cases?

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Posted in: Scramble for hospital beds in Nagoya shows coronavirus challenge for aging Japan See in context

Let's buy those respirators and ventilators now. Let's start training staff who will use them ASAP. This is a wakeup call. We can beat this thing.

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Posted in: Abe, Johnson to work closely over coronavirus response See in context


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Posted in: Abe, Johnson to work closely over coronavirus response See in context

Shaking hands? Really?

Moderator: It is a file photo from last year.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't urges people to refrain from cherry blossom parties in parks See in context


A part time worker at McDonalds in Kyoto has tested positive according to NHK. She got it at a nightclub in Osaka.

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Posted in: Kyoto starts new 'Empty' tourism campaign to attract tourists during coronavirus outbreak See in context

"Avoid crowds and non-essential gatherings."??????

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Posted in: 'A floating prison': Cruise of Asia ends in virus quarantine See in context

That ship docked in Naha last Saturday Feb. 1st and passengers went sightseeing. 13 people did no reboard. Scary.

From Japan Times on Wednesday:


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Posted in: Coronavirus cases on cruise ship in Yokohama jump to 61 See in context

That cruise ship stopped in Naha, Okinawa last Saturday, Feb 1st, and quite a few passengers went sightseeing for over nine hours, before returning.

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Posted in: Man who dumped wife’s body in sea admits using wedding money to pay off debt See in context

Paying off student loans?

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Posted in: Okayama buses strike by continuing to run and refusing to take anyone’s money See in context

Free public transport might be the next big idea for more livable cities.


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