What is going on about COVID-19 in Japan now?
What is going on in Japan now?
The world hoped that Japan, a member of the developed world, would not fail. However, in the last few decades, the reality of Japan has failed in education, lost the “hard‐working and diligent” of the old Japanese, lost its scientific knowledge and logical thinking ability. The lack of creativity from the past has made it impossible to reasonably think.
As of February 25, 2020, Japan has hardly tested COVID-19. The suspect who has developed the disease is requested to wait at home with high fever at home. Virus inspection testing is only available for severely ill patients with respiratory aids or after death. Also, the upper limit of the number of vitus inspection tests is limited by national policy.
With these instructions, the number of infected people in Japan is controlled indirectly. It is the national limited number of virus inspection tests for infected people, not the actual number of infected people. Maybe bureaucrats will argue that there was no intention to impress the number of infected people.
Community-acquired infections have already begun, but the Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare has not yet acknowledged it. Prime Minister Abe has yet to hold a formal meeting and has not sent a direct message to the people.
Doctors want to do tests to detect new types of pneumonia, but the government is still suppressing the tests according to the government’s instructions by using standards that emphasize relationships with returnees in China.
The use of private laboratories has also been limited due to their lower capacity than government agencies, which are false facts.
As a result, doctors cannot administer medication to unqualified patients.
Doctors watch the patient become inoperable, watching them weaken.
In recent years, there has been a major problem with the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare. This is because the government has diverted its pension fund, and the pension fund is currently in short supply. If most of the pensioners die from this pneumonia, this problem can be completely resolved.
At least in Japan today, tests are not applied until the infection is severe. Doctors get the results of a virus test after the patient is in a desperate situation, and then they begin a desperate treatment.
I commute by car for 30km, and my family commutes by rail. The university curriculum has already been completed, and there have been no reports of transmission of COVID-19 by students or staff.
I am negative in the view that this pneumonia will subside due to seasonal changes. That’s because the number of infected people is increasing in humid and warm countries near the equator, such as Singapore and Malaysia.
Two weeks later, in mid-March, if Japan’s COVID-19 converges, this topic will be of no concern and we will be so happy.
movements (Please check the fact on yourself)
- The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare reported in Congress that PCR inspections are not regulations but self-regulation and that a sufficient number of inspections has been secured. Preserve 80% of the inspection capacity of 3800 per day. In the world, it is highly unlikely t hat actual and scientifically useful data on infectivity, etc. can be obtained from Japanese survey data. (26/02/2020)
- Devices for PCR testing are distributed by government agencies. As a result, the number of distributions is effectively controlled. The availability of test kits may be effectively restricted by private healthcare institutions, and no data has been collected on the actual number of infected people. (26/02/2020)
- The Japanese parliament will begin to consider a bill proposal that would allow all physicians in the country to order tests on their own. (26/02/2020)
- Prime Minister Abe requests for the public the first time to refrain from going out or hosting an event, denied the policy of “doing not refrain from uniformly refraining from uniform events nationwide” because it was decided on the 25th that “the economic impact will be large”.(26/02/2020)
- Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said at a meeting of the Task Force on 27 that he would request that all elementary, junior high and high schools and other schools nationwide be closed from March 2 , but not now, to prevent the spread of infection. (27/02/2020)
- It is pointed out that the Japanese government’s restriction on the number of PCR inspections is advice from an OB of national institute for infectious diseases who conducted a monopoly on all data in Japan for his own research achievements.(28/02/2020)
- overnor of Hokkaido issues emergency declaration.(28/02/2020)
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe had a press conference for the public for the first time about covid-19. Abe called for cooperation in closing all schools and called for cessation of all meetings. (29/02/2020)
At the press conference, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe explained that he would cover the prc test and allow all physicians to order the test, but the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare later explained that the test was separately needs licensed. (29/022020)
Prime Minister Abe expressed his intention to draw up a law of emergency declaration with coercion and called on the Opposition to cooperate（03/03/2020）
Abe has stated in the Diet that there is no need to issue a declaration of emergency at this time. （03/03/2020)
The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has started distributing masks to residents in cities in Hokkaido where the number of infected people is high. At the medical institutions in the city, the state of lack of masks continues, and there is a concern about the collapse of medical care. （03/03/2020)
- In Osaka, a 5,000-member college entrance exam is scheduled for March 8, where more than 100 exam rooms, a cluster of clusters, will be carried out without any special protection other than masks. is there. Infectious disease researchers may be able to obtain interesting data.（04/03/2020)
- The Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare has responded to the Diet that the testing abilities mentioned in Prime Minister Abe’s interview were merely an effort, not a promise to achieve.(05/03/2020)
- During the onset of the cough and high fever after the onset, the woman in her twenties was in a state of “troubled circulation” without a definitive diagnosis at a medical institution. His father’s car made his way back and forth between three medical institutions and his home, resulting in his father becoming infected. The woman was hospitalized 5 days after the onset in Kumamoto.(22/02/2020)
- According to the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, the 2nd. inspection of unloaders on cruise ships was not 100% due to mistakes.(25/02/2020)
- The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has not accepted the use of existing treatments such as influenza for treating female nurses in their twenties who have become more serious in Kumamoto.(26/02/2020)
- A man in his 80s had a reduced appetite and was hospitalized with fever on the fourth day. The respiratory condition worsened on the seventh day, and infection was confirmed on the ninth day. He was transferred to the ICU and was treated, but died on the 17th in Tokyo.(26/02/2020)
- A man in his 80s died on the 25th and was confirmed infected on the 26th in Hakodate. (26/02/2020)
- The number of infected people is increasing in Hokkaido. Multiple cluster infections have been observed starting in Sapporo.（03/03/2020)
- A cluster infection has occurred at a live house in Osaka, and the number of people infected by the audience and staff has increased.（03/03/2020)