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JAPAN: 62% went to work amid pandemic.   Science and Tech

Started 5-Aug by Yagisu; 173 views.
Yagisu

From: Yagisu

5-Aug

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Medical associations had called for people feeling unwell to stay home for at least seven days after developing cold-like symptoms.

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62% in Japan with cold-like symptoms went to work amid pandemic.

About 60 percent of people in the nation who developed cold-like symptoms during the first wave of the novel coronavirus pandemic, between February and May, went to work despite a request by the government for them not to do so, a recent survey has found.

Of 1,226 people between the ages of 20 and 79 living in Tokyo and neighboring areas who responded to the survey, 82 said they had fevers and other cold-like symptoms that could have been early signs of COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.

In the online survey conducted in mid-May by a team led by Masaki Machida, an assistant professor at Tokyo Medical University, 62 percent of those who did not feel well said they went to work during the period, while 17 percent said they either stayed home or only went out to go to the hospital.

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https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2020/08/04/national/cold-symptoms-work-survey/

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Don't mind the North American and EU poop

BULLsheat… do whatever you can to break it in your own country!

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Petulance

From: Petulance

17-Aug

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Natural herd immunity and no vaccine needed!

WELL DONE!!

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Yagisu

From: Yagisu

21-Aug

All that took action were able to choose numerous replies. It is all anonymous whether any of them were taken ill or not with the new coronavirus hoax! 

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Japanese PM Abe resigns due to ill health

Shinzo Abe, Japan's longest-serving premier, has battled ulcerative colitis for years

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