Ela comments

Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,121 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally tops 7,000 See in context

Hard lockdowns do not work. Most of Europe had them, and they had huge numbers of cases and related deaths. Whoever asks for lockdowns does not understand basic biology/anatomy, or has no common sense, or both.

Sweden's solution was/is the best: whoever belongs to the vulnerable category stays home and protects him-/herself - and whoever wants, or can afford it, etc. -, and those who need to work, go to school, be active, live life, do so with the corresponding precautions.

Anything else is madness.

And vaccinations DO work. Again, whoever states the contrary ... see above.

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

I wonder whether any of these folks requiring a lockdown or stricter restrictions or similar nonsense have actually experienced something of a kind. I did, ca. six months last year in Europe, military-medical dictatorship of the kind which would make Orwell turn in his grave. You are free to leave Japan for other areas you deem safer or lock yourself at the bottom of some cave or whatever ... but let other people live their lives. And no, lockdowns DO NOT work against the virus.

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