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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,050 new coronavirus cases; record-high 1,262 in Osaka See in context

The whole world is vaccinating and the most of First World countries are starting re-opening everything. Japan is last, and it's a shame for the third economy in the world (it will not be such for a long time, if it keep going like that).

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Posted in: Japan to introduce 'vaccine passports' for international travel See in context

@Yubaru

That's not true. Students can't even apply for VISA. Some japanese students can go abroad, while the opposite is not possible.

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Posted in: Japan to introduce 'vaccine passports' for international travel See in context

@Zoroto

Japan is last for vaccination rate in the civilized world, and you are worried about immigration of few thousands of vaccinated people? Ahah that's making no sense

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Posted in: Japan to introduce 'vaccine passports' for international travel See in context

So, will we international students finally be able to enter japan (after one year)? What are your sensations from Japan?

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Posted in: U.S. advises citizens to 'reconsider travel' to Japan See in context

All this indignation in the comments FOR NOTHING! Japan already banned all visitors and students and workers also. That's just a shame for the country

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

@theResident

That's only one reason. There are many more: first of all, learning isn't as effective online. Secondly, some acrivities can only be led in presence (I can't graduate until then!). Thirdly, it is about self-organization: after I won a scolarship, I left my job for coming in Japan. I would look for something else, if just Japan said "no international students until date", but I can't because they just keep saying "next week", "in two weeks max". They just don't communicate with population. It's mentally destabilizing, and it's frustrating to see very more dangerous athletes enter with no problem. Simply, japan government doesn't give a **** about education.

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

@Reckless

Expect a big policy change after the Olympics regarding international students.

The problem are the government priorities. There are vaccinated students (like me) who are following online classes from 1AM to 9AM because of jet lag. I am vaccinated, I would stay close in my room for 14 days (and even more, if necessary), I would never be a danger for japanese people. I just ask to be able to study, but after Olympic it would be to late, we are waiting since last year with any information on when we will be able to enter! That's inhumane.

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Posted in: 300 hotel rooms planned for Olympic athletes with minor or no COVID symptoms See in context

Are you kidding me?? International students can't enter japan, even with a 14-days quarantine and doble negative PCR tests, while an Olympic athlet with symtoms can enter and live oin an hotel paid by government? Japan, I am sorry but your leaders are completely crazy.

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Posted in: Suga apologizes as gov't extends Tokyo area state of emergency to March 21 See in context

As an International student who should come to Japan to study and hopefully graduate, I can't understand why even with 14-days self quarantine and PCR test before and after leaving we can't come to Japan. Our future depends on it, and I understand the need of safety of japanese people, but we should be super-checked!! (A lot more than locals)

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