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

Who does investigate on tracing anyone who got sick?

If this revised law passed, does police officer also investigate on in addition to the health care center?

It is better to take everyone in Japan PCR test for free than make this law passed.

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Posted in: Universal basic income proposal by Suga adviser may be hard sell in Japan See in context

If UBI is introduced, it will cause a decline in labor motivation, and as a result of the decline in tax revenue, UBI itself will not be possible.

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Posted in: Japan finds new coronavirus variant in travelers from Brazil See in context

Still, Brazil's Health Ministry said it has been notified by Japan's authorities that the new variant has 12 mutations, and one of them has already been identified also in the variants found in the United Kingdom and in South Africa. "It implies in a potential higher virus infectiousness," it said.

I think this article tell us there is other mutations that has not been spread yet.

Is PCR test effective for new mutants?

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Posted in: Police ask public not to use 110 number for non-urgent calls See in context

Even if it is important for the whistleblower, it may not be in the category that the police can handle. Before calling the police, you should think carefully whether your adviser should be the police.

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Posted in: Izakaya stagger under blow of 2nd coronavirus state of emergency See in context

Yasuyuki Shimahara, who owns a central Tokyo izakaya specializing in fresh tuna, will close until the state of emergency ends. Though he has applied for government subsidies, he expects losses to run to around 2 million yen for the month.

The state of emergency is supposed to be until February 7, but it is likely to be extended because people are less nervous than at the time of the last state of emergency.

In addition, according to the simulation submitted by Professor Hiroshi Nishiura to the meeting on January 6, the effective number of reproductions in Tokyo will decrease from the current 1.1 to 0.99, which is a maximum of 10% decrease, due to measures such as shortened business hours at restaurants. However, the number of infected people expected at the end of February was almost flat at about 1,300.

Izakaya owners in the metropolitan area will be suffering from extensions.

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Posted in: Suga to make decision on state of emergency on Thursday See in context

Suga should have declared a state of emergency before the New Year holidays began. If he had done so, everyone would have been able to make better countermeasure against the spread of COVID-19 during the holidays.

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