I understand that the first reaction is to close the door in case of danger but you need to re-open it based on facts in a fast, timely manner that too without discriminations (Japanese and valid reentry permit holders should be treated same).
I agree with both of the people
From other website
The WHO Regional Director for Africa, Matshidiso Moeti, also criticised some of the travel bans targeting African countries as divisive, and urged countries to follow science and international health regulations in their decision-making.
"With the Omicron variant now detected in several regions of the world, putting in place travel bans that target Africa attacks global solidarity," she said in a statement.
"COVID-19 constantly exploits our divisions. We will only get the better of the virus if we work together for solutions."
Seth Berkley, CEO of the GAVI Vaccine Alliance that with the WHO co-leads the COVAX initiative to push for equitable distribution of vaccines, told Reuters on Saturday:
"As long as large portions of the world's population are unvaccinated, variants will continue to appear, and the pandemic will continue to be prolonged."
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It is a tragedy.
Also, it is very very unfortunate to see the comments on Japanese news article that received the maximum likes (23K) does not blame the system. It points towards the victims.
Google translation the liked comment:
If you enter the country legally and stay in Japan legally, you must be protected by law regardless of nationality.
On the other hand, staying illegally for any reason must be punished according to equality before the law.
I don't think I liked Japan or any quibble there.
Illegal residents use infrastructure facilities without paying income tax or residence tax
Moving out is a natural measure
Assumption: JapanToday is ready by 90% foreigners and Yahoo Japan news is read by 90 % Japanese.
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