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Posted in: Japan expects to receive 50 mil additional doses of Pfizer vaccine See in context

Japan could quadruple triple the number of its citizens getting their jabs by OK'ing vaccines from China and Russia.

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Posted in: Suga to declare state of emergency in Osaka; no decision on Tokyo See in context

What the governors these SoE regions should do is be much more pro-active by arresting and jailing all offenders for being outside their homes and keep them all locked up until this debilitating and deadly virus is eradicated.

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Posted in: Will Japanese Olympians be vaccinated ahead of the public? See in context

As everyone there knows, Olympic athletes are the cream of Japan society. It is only right that they go to the head of any line to get the jabs before any anyone else (both foreign and domestic).

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Posted in: S Korean consortium to produce 100 mil doses a month of Russia's Sputnik V vaccine See in context

This is great news for that part of the world. Japan must link up with this S Korean company to secure these vaccines for its people. It would go a long way at beating this deadly virus because everyone in Japan could get the jabs when it's their turn much, much faster.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 729 coronavirus cases; record-high 1,208 in Osaka See in context

Japan could end its citizens suffering from this debilitating and deadly disease if it would switch its policy and contract with China or Russia to get enough life-saving vaccine medicine for everyone living there from either (or both) countries. As their Leader of the Free World, Joe Biden, rightfully says this is not about politics. It's about everyone doing their part to end this horrific crisis. Remember, we are all in this together. Everyone in Japan must get the jab -- no matter from what country -- when it's their turn.

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Posted in: Chinese vaccines 'don’t have very high protection rates,' says official See in context

As my President and everyone's Leader of the Free World, Joe Biden, repeatedly says, get a vaccine into your body. It makes no difference where it comes from, just get the jab(s). There is nothing political about this; it is a way for all of us to get through these dark times together.

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Posted in: Biden makes all adults eligible for a vaccine on April 19 See in context

Hopefully, people will check to see if they had been unknowingly exposed to and recovered from the Corona virus; thus, having the COVID antibodies already in them, which would make taking the experimental drugs unnecessary at best and possibly signing their own death warrant at worst.

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Posted in: Coronavirus cases rising in 42 of Japan's 47 prefectures See in context

I sent a email to the White House imploring President Joe Biden, the leader of the free world, to cancel Japan's prime minister's visit because of that country's out-of-control COVID epidemic in the name of global unity.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 355 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 2,472 See in context

355 cases of people with this deadly disease are 355 too many. Tokyo must follow Osaka's lead and impose the strictest lockdown measures allowed by law.

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Posted in: Suga rocked by virus rebound in Osaka, forced to call tougher steps See in context

Time for Osaka to invoke the Wuhan China model of dealing with this deadly virus: Those testing positive for COVID-19 and their families be secured for up to three months in their domiciles (after all the food has been removed and the water/electricity turned off). After which, the authorities can then come in do what's necessary to make the dwelling livable once again. It proved very successful in ridding that area of China of the disease.

Difficult times call for difficult measures.

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Posted in: Australia to continue AstraZeneca vaccination despite blood clotting case See in context

A 44-year-old man was admitted to a Melbourne hospital with clotting, days after receiving the AstraZeneca vaccine, suffering serious thrombosis, a condition that prevents normal blood flow though the circulatory system.

Yet another example of what happens when humans are used as guinea pigs by Big Pharma.

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Posted in: For media, Biden's first news conference notable for what's missing See in context

The world witnessed a true dumpster fire that masqueraded as a presidential press conference. You know it was bad when Biden gets called out for embellishing the, uh, truth by a CNN 'fact checker".

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Posted in: Tokyo area extends shorter business hours over virus rebound worries See in context

Have to agree with Monty on this issue. Dr. Fauci, the planet's most recognized expert on the pandemic, and President Joe Biden, the leader of the Free World, both agree wearing multiple face coverings over just one mask is preferable. We here in the states believe in following the science: The more masks the better.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 420 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,917 See in context

Not listening/adhering to your government leaders and the medical experts -- people who are much more knowledgeable on the subject of this deadly pandemic than you will ever be -- makes other countries wonder if Japan will ever be ready to rejoin the global community.

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Posted in: Japan considering coronavirus variant test for all inbound travelers See in context

A great idea. If the government leaders and the medical experts were indeed serious about declaring victory over this pandemic, Japan should make it mandatory that all incoming travelers regardless of nationality wear monitor ankle bracelets for the 14 days of quarantine so the authorities can track their movements.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 303 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,457 See in context

It appears the Japanese listened to what Dr. Anthony Fauci and President Joe Biden has been saying for many months now: wash your hands, social distance and wear at least two masks. The COVID-19 numbers are receding over there. Great work. Now, don't let up. Above all, listen to whatever your Japanese medical experts say. They are for more knowledgeable about what's good for you.

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics hit by yet another scandal over demeaning comments See in context

The guy who resigned was the Japan Olympics creative director just doing what the job entailed. Cancel culture is contagious.

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Posted in: China to issue visas to foreigners who have taken Chinese vaccines See in context

It is my understanding that Japan has created no vaccine of its own. Perhaps Suga should sign up for the Chinese version. It could be shipped there more quickly (since Japan is a small group of islands off of China's coast). And people living there (foreign and Japanese) would have no problem traveling between the two nations.

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Posted in: 'I don’t need the vaccine': GOP worries threaten virus fight See in context

The Vaccines might have been fast tracked but there has been testing.

Then why has Germany, France, Italy and Spain now halted use of the AstraZenica vaccine because of a rise in blood clotting issues among people who have received it?

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Posted in: 'I don’t need the vaccine': GOP worries threaten virus fight See in context

Considering how rushed all the vaccines came to market -- 9 months versus six years for the polio vaccine, for example -- no one should be blamed for not wanting to be forced to become a human guinea pig by Big Pharma and the U.S. government,

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Posted in: 3 people in Norway treated for 'unusual symptoms' after AstraZeneca COVID-19 shots See in context

This is what happens when humans are used as crash test dummies.

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Posted in: No Chinese vaccines to be taken by Team Japan, minister says See in context

If Japan is having a difficult time securing the vaccine from other nations and the IOC welcomes China's offer, then The JOC needs to agree to have its athletes get the jab of the Chinese variant.

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Posted in: U.S. warship transits Taiwan Strait after admiral's China invasion warning See in context

P46 is on record as saying the U.S. has zero interest in meddling into China's internal affairs. Taiwan is on its own.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 335 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,280 See in context

Follow the dictums of your countrys' medical and political leaders -- wash your hands, keep social distancing and most importantly wear a mask at all times both indoors and outside -- and together we all can get through these trying times.

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Posted in: Major Biden victory as Congress passes huge COVID relief plan See in context

This Pelosi-engineered "relief package" (Biden's fingerprints are not to be found on the creation of any of this legislation) is a major smackdown to the millennials and Gen X'ers. They think they got over by having up to $50,000 of their student loan debts forgiven when it really is only a minuscule downpayment on what their generations will now have to pay back for decades to come. Those youngsters just got punked by the democrats big time.

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Posted in: Major Biden victory as Congress passes huge COVID relief plan See in context

This porkulus maximus 'stimulus package" will cost every single tax paying American $5,570. Some "major Biden victory".

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 116 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 600 See in context

As expected, listening to and following all the dictums from Japanese government authorities are paying off.

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Posted in: COVID-19 inoculations in Japan off to snail pace start due to vaccine, syringe shortages See in context

No vaccines? No syringes? No problem. Just socially distance, wash your hands and above all properly wear your mask and everyone of us will get through this dark winter,

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Posted in: Japan may approve 2nd COVID-19 vaccine in May: health minister See in context

Vaccine's are on the way. In the meantime, everyone should follow the advice of medical '"experts" and wear as many masks as humanly possible.

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Posted in: Pompeo calls for U.S. to boycott Beijing Olympics See in context

Guess Fat Make didn't get the memo outlining the new global normal: When China speaks, world leaders shut up, obey and kowtow to its commands.

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