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Posted in: Reeling from coronavirus, Asia's poultry farmers battle bird flu outbreak See in context

This year a lot if new strains of viruses are provoked...

I think that this new type of the flu has also been influenced by COVID-19. That is, originally existing flu has been united with COVID and the new strain of flu has come up. If so, COVID-19 will become the cause of a lot of unexpected, unprecedented diseases.

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Posted in: Man arrested over ex-wife’s murder See in context

How come the women had been living with the murderer...?

The man tried to frighten her into doing that??

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Posted in: Honda to temporarily halt UK car output due to COVID-related supply issues See in context

Because a lot of companies are interconnected through complicated transactions, problems because of COVID-19 have much serious effects on them with each companies linked. This domino effects or chine reaction makes the problems much more bigger exponentially, I think.

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Posted in: Universal Studios Japan delays Nintendo area opening due to state of emergency See in context

What a pity... but it cannot be helped.

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Posted in: Enjoy a kabuki stage performance wherever you are with this new AR app See in context

So unique! I have never Kabuki either in a theater or on TV, but this is really interesting to me. I feel that other traditional culture or products should incorporate something new or innovative like VR or AR into themselves so that they can be known to various people as part of important Japanese tradition and be descended to next generation.

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Posted in: Popular Japanese pub chain shuts 20% of its locations due to virus See in context

It's true that a lot of businesses in that terrible situation have to cut down their fixed cost like salary, rent, and more, but it might be so tough for people working in their workplaces... I feel badly sorry for them...

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Posted in: Gov't eyes punishment for refusal to comply with COVID-19 measures See in context

The Suga administration is also eyeing a revision to the special measures law on the coronavirus that would enable the government to fine businesses that fail to comply with its requests to shorten their operating hours or temporarily close.

If so, companies like restaurants should go bankrupt because the government so far does not say it guarantees the security of their activities. They have to pay back their liabilities to banks, landlords, and so on even though they have been losing the large amount of sales due to the situation, so they may well not be convinced of this law unless the government copes with how to help them while imposing the law on them.

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Posted in: Domestic violence cases in Japan hit record high in FY2020 See in context

with people more stressed and worried about life as the coronavirus pandemic forces them to spend more time at home

It's true that this kind of situations are now mandating us to stop a lot of things like a job, but I think that it surely won't be the reason to abuse other people. It's in the situation that we have to cooperate with each other, not abusing others causing them to feel depressed.

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