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Posted in: Europe seeks to ease vaccine concerns as virus restrictions intensify See in context

In Norway, where 13 frail elderly people died after a first vaccine injection, the Medical Medicines Agency, after assessing the cases, suggested last week that the deaths could be linked to side effects of the jab.

Up to 16 more deaths in Norway are currently being assessed and up to 55 Americans have died linked to the vaccines.

So, not an insignificant number of people are dying ...

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Posted in: No. of hospitalized coronavirus patients at record high in Japan See in context

It is the doctors at the helm of these hospitals worrying about the negative aspects of not only treating Covid but also needing to learn and carry out certain protocols associated with the disease.

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Posted in: Former IOC vice president says U.N. could decide fate of Tokyo Olympics See in context

Tokyo organizers say they have many “countermeasures” to fight COVID-19 and hold the Olympics, but they have offered no concrete plans. They have promised more details in the northern hemisphere spring.

Maybe they could let the cat out of the bag now?

Or maybe,the organizers are just full of it?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 1,592 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 5,759 See in context

Forty-four coronavirus-related deaths were reported

Were they?

Was that after the patients had died?

What age group?

What underlying illnesses?

It is not reported on JT ever....

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Posted in: Japan's suicides jump 16% in COVID-19 2nd wave: study See in context

My own eyes show me what effect the government decrees are having.

For work, I regularly travel into large cities, medium size cities and out into the suburbs.

I know office workers, hospital staff, business owners and many others.

I can judge the footfall in different places due to years of familiarity.

I can easily see that city areas are less busy.

Anyone with a job that involves human contact is seeing a huge drop in business.

And as soon as the elites come up with another restriction then the people in Japan overly react .

I thank fate that I will soon be in a country which will be bouncing back as the people of Japan are just being vaccinated....

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Posted in: See some of Japan’s oldest bonsai trees at this exhibition in Shiga Prefecture See in context

I’ll be there in a couple of years time...

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Posted in: Flying in Japan? Your flight may soon be arriving at 'Hatsune Miku Airport' See in context

Flying in Japan?


I am staying home as much as possible due to the pandemic.

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

Fowl in Japan are kept in the most crowded and appalling conditions.

It is possible to locate a chicken producing factory here by smell alone.

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Posted in: India starts world's largest COVID-19 vaccination drive See in context

Much applause to India for this initiative and for not only having the right choice of vaccine but also for having the ability to manufacture their own supplies!

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Posted in: Sapporo decides to sell new beer with English mistake on label See in context

I’m Japan, English labeling never has any meaning.In the case of beer, the important thing is what is inside the can

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Posted in: Japan's suicides jump 16% in COVID-19 2nd wave: study See in context

Taro Kono, administrative and regulatory reform minister, told Reuters on Thursday that while the government would consider extending the state of emergency, it "cannot kill the economy."

The government is doing just that!

It is killing the economy!

When people are told to stay at home due to infectious diseases that are not causing high numbers of fatalities then economic chaos ensues.

Yesterday, the news was primarily concentrated on the spread of the virus, the side effects

(mental and physical) how talking spreads the virus, local shopping areas, with or without people etc.

It is all about fear and despair-is it any wonder people are killing themselves?

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Posted in: Caught off-guard by scant testing, Japan battered by COVID winter See in context

Plenty of people noticed but Japan is a top down society. Those at the top, able to make decisions just did not have a clue.

When doctors only had the ‘internet’ as a source of information, the proliferation of mass infections was allowed to progress.

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Posted in: No. of virus patients recuperating at home tops 30,000 See in context

Sure glad I am not spreading this around.

if you were asymptomatic, you would not know whether you were or not...

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

@ Monty

Good to hear that though it is an offense to not have your license whilst driving-were you not


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


Have you ever seen foreigners penalized for not carrying their id cards or being in the wrong place at the wrong time?


Then keep looking

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Posted in: Global death toll from COVID-19 tops 2 mil See in context

The mRNA vaccines are unproven and are proving to be dangerous for the elderly.

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Posted in: EU states warn of risks to vaccination credibility as Pfizer slows supplies See in context

There certainly are risks to vaccine ‘credibility’ as the the Pfizer vaccine is killing the elderly-23 in Norway, recently, to be exact!

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

Punishing people for feeling unwell or not being able to remember last Monday?


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Posted in: Tokyo reports 2,001 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 7,133 See in context

The Japanese govt. is doing a fabulous job. Let the professionals decide how to do this and not the Sky IS Falling public.

Thanks-I had a great laugh!

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context


Heres one for your analysis


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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

No, that makes no sense, there is no "microscope" that can let you see similarities between viruses, not even cryo-electron-microscopy, all the viruses in the same order (or even class) will look exactly the same.

If everyone wants to see an image of the Corona virus then...




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Posted in: Comparison between Capitol siege, BLM protests denounced See in context

Trump "has held over 600 rallies in the last four years. None of them included assaulting police, destroying businesses or burning down cities,” Greene said.

But people need a scapegoat to blame, so....

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

Why would it be so difficult to pinpoint the vector that the virus took to infect humans?

Why haven’t the Chinese government shown proof of this to back up their assertions?

The Chinese government has had enough time to collect and analyze data for an outbreak that started in Wuhan.

Of course, as the initial premise was that the virus comes from bats.

Well, just where do

bats that are consumed in Wuhan come from?

Certainly, they come within hundreds of kilometers around the circumference of Wuhan and certainly their location can be even more precisely located by interviewing vendors and transport companies and restaurants where bar meat is sold and consumed.

So, not so arduous a task for there are many Chinese to do this research and an authoritarian government to ensure that the work is carried out.

There are also many microscopes that can check for similarities to the Corona virus that causes Covid-19.

What viruses were being held in Wuhan and what research was being carried out?

Biological weapons have been used for thousands of years in warfare.

Why would China not have such research when we all know that many countries in the world have done exactly the same type of research that most likely, China is engaged in at present.

The answers should be clear and transparent but they are not so what is China concealing?

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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

It’s more scary for me not to have income than it is to catch a virus...

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Posted in: Minister, expert suggest coronavirus emergency extension See in context

No hospital in Japan should have the right to turn away patients with the virus.

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Posted in: Japan's 2nd state of emergency met with public indifference See in context

"I thank for your cooperation, but the number of people up and about in town has not been significantly reduced," Tokyo Gov Yuriko Koike told reporters.

Yuriko should stay at home and donate her salary to the homeless of Tokyo, one group most at risk of contracting the virus!

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Posted in: Blossom Harmony Hibiki is Japan’s newest must-try whisky See in context

> After mourning the loss of some big-name Japanese whiskies last year

The writer has not a clue about whisky

Mentioning ‘Ao’ as “special” ?

It is so special that it usually stays on the shelf...,

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

China has asserted that the virus was carried by bats and somehow the virus then spread in a market in Wuhan.

It should be a simple quest to locate the same species of bat from the same region, test them and find the Corona virus.

If this is not done then the whole visit would be suspect and would point the way to other more outlandish theories eg a bioweapon etc

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Posted in: WHO team arrives in Wuhan to search for pandemic origins See in context

China, knowing there was a mass infection occurring STILL allowed their citizens to travel abroad!


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Posted in: Suga announces new measures to stem virus surge, including penalties, review of medical system See in context

Experts have also raised concerns about cases of more contagious variant of the coronavirus that has spread across Britain. About 30 cases of the new variant have been detected since late December. Another variant was also detected in four people arriving from Brazil this week.

The experts‘ should be raising concerns about lack of testing in Japan not worrying about other countries.

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