Coronavirus: Second Japanese Health Ministry Official Infected

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AngeryPenguin
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Clumsy. I do not trust the Japanese health and safety measures. This is very disturbing.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20200217_33/

Edit: 5 now, as of 20 February: https://www.scmp.com/news/asia/east-...ship-japan-die
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Clumsy. I do not trust the Japanese health and safety measures. This is very disturbing.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20200217_33/
i love japan <3 japanese guys are so hot btw
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Havent several of the chinese health officials actually died? :rolleyes:
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Forgetting the deceased Chinese doctor who tried to stop the outbreak but was arrested? The virus started in China, it could have been contained much better if the doctor hadn’t been ignored and accused of rumour-spreading, perhaps they shouldn’t have made this ‘clumsy’ mistake.
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The Director of Wuhan Wuchang hospital has died of the virus.

Talk about "clumsy and ineffective safety measures".
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"Clumsy" is the perfect word to describe the OP's stream of propaganda.
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Havent several of the chinese health officials actually died? :rolleyes:
Not according to their news sources
..... oh wait ....
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I dont think penguin is anything more than a troll.
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(Original post by AngeryPenguin)
Clumsy. I do not trust the Japanese health and safety measures. This is very disturbing.

https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20200217_33/
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-51541801
The Wuham hospital director died yesterday. Whoever gets infected / dies is a tragedy. Chinese, ...
I simply don't know what points you think you're scoring with trolling threads like these.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-51541801
The Wuham hospital direction has died today. Whoever gets infected / dies is a tragedy. Chinese, ...
I simply don't know what points you think you're scoring with trolling threads like these.
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Everyone start reporting these threads hes made like 3 post about the same thing, if we all start reporting then we can atleast stem the tide of missinformation
Already tried that, it doesn't work.
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(Original post by mqb2766)
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-51541801
The Wuham hospital director died yesterday. Whoever gets infected / dies is a tragedy. Chinese, ...
I simply don't know what points you think you're scoring with trolling threads like these.
Perhaps he is rewarded by his masters for quantity rather than quality. Neither he nor they seem to realise that his posts are counter-productive.
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(Original post by Ragman75)
make an ask trs community staff post about it, when you speak to them directly and grill them they are more likely to listen to reason
Pointless waste of my time.
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if you dont then the forums are litteralyl going to be filled with either crap threads by angry penguin or response threads to angry penguin
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Havent several of the chinese health officials actually died? :rolleyes:
In the early stages of the virus, yes, before information was known about how infectious it was. Nobody knew back then that it was airborne.

China isn’t bad at infection control. They were bad at recognizing it at first but once they started managing it, man did they ever jump in and do it. I wish people would stop critisizing what they have had to do over there in China because, if not for all the suffering they are all having to do now to contain this, we would all be experiencing the same thing now.

The cruise ship started off with 1 infected person; through Japan's incompetence, it now has 540 infected.
The ship's quarantine should be reset to 14 days every time a new infection is found, but it is not - passengers have just now been allowed to roam free in Japan, despite 90 new cases being discovered yesterday.
Japan is taking this nowhere near as seriously as China has, and I do not feel safe with the Olympics being held in Tokyo, a city soon to be suffering an epidemic, which will transport the virus worldwide.

Watch this video, of an expert - Iwata Kentaro, from the infectious diseases division at Kobe University Hospital, who dealt first-hand with ebola and SARS - explaining the deficiencies of Japanese quarantine procedures, and compare it to China literally locking down tens of millions of people. This is why the number of new infections in China has fallen drastically, while Japan is heading towards catastrophe:

From this video:
There was no clear distinction between Red Zones (Potentially contaminated by virus) and Green Zones (Free from infection). People (Crews, Ministry officers, etc...) were walking around, some with safety protection suits and others without. They were eating, touching their smartphones with gloves on etc...
The medical officer on board was not protecting herself because she was already infected and has given up on protecting herself and protecting others.
There was no professional in-charged of the infection control and prevention, everything was run by bureaucrats with no infection control experience
Everywhere could have virus and people are not careful about it
They were passing "form consents" around; back and forth between crews and passengers, everyone was touching the paper. There could be virus on the paper.
A lot of specialist came in for a few days and left, all the specialist including Professor Kentaro Iwata are fearful of getting infected on the cruise ship. He is voluntarily quarantining himself for 14 days.
There is no CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Japan. WTF ???
There is zero infection control on the cruise ship, many more passengers will be infected.
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(Original post by AngeryPenguin)
In the early stages of the virus, yes, before information was known about how infectious it was. Nobody knew back then that it was airborne.

China isn’t bad at infection control. They were bad at recognizing it at first but once they started managing it, man did they ever jump in and do it. I wish people would stop critisizing what they have had to do over there in China because, if not for all the suffering they are all having to do now to contain this, we would all be experiencing the same thing now.

The cruise ship started off with 1 infected person; through Japan's incompetence, it now has 540 infected.
The ship's quarantine should be reset to 14 days every time a new infection is found, but it is not - passengers have just now been allowed to roam free in Japan, despite 90 new cases being discovered yesterday.
Japan is taking this nowhere near as seriously as China has, and I do not feel safe with the Olympics being held in Tokyo, a city soon to be suffering an epidemic, which will transport the virus worldwide.

Watch this video, of an expert - Iwata Kentaro, from the infectious diseases division at Kobe University Hospital, who dealt first-hand with ebola and SARS - explaining the deficiencies of Japanese quarantine procedures, and compare it to China literally locking down tens of millions of people. This is why the number of new infections in China has fallen drastically, while Japan is heading towards catastrophe:

From this video:
There was no clear distinction between Red Zones (Potentially contaminated by virus) and Green Zones (Free from infection). People (Crews, Ministry officers, etc...) were walking around, some with safety protection suits and others without. They were eating, touching their smartphones with gloves on etc...
The medical officer on board was not protecting herself because she was already infected and has given up on protecting herself and protecting others.
There was no professional in-charged of the infection control and prevention, everything was run by bureaucrats with no infection control experience
Everywhere could have virus and people are not careful about it
They were passing "form consents" around; back and forth between crews and passengers, everyone was touching the paper. There could be virus on the paper.
A lot of specialist came in for a few days and left, all the specialist including Professor Kentaro Iwata are fearful of getting infected on the cruise ship. He is voluntarily quarantining himself for 14 days.
There is no CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Japan. WTF ???
There is zero infection control on the cruise ship, many more passengers will be infected.
https://www.worldometers.info/corona...navirus-cases/
When did the number of new cases "fall dramatically "? FFS.
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(Original post by AngeryPenguin)
In the early stages of the virus, yes, before information was known about how infectious it was. Nobody knew back then that it was airborne.

China isn’t bad at infection control. They were bad at recognizing it at first but once they started managing it, man did they ever jump in and do it. I wish people would stop critisizing what they have had to do over there in China because, if not for all the suffering they are all having to do now to contain this, we would all be experiencing the same thing now..
Stop talking. We know you're an idiot, but you're really making yourself look pathetic with this bull****.
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(Original post by AngeryPenguin)
There is no CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Japan. WTF ???
Grade A bull**** from your so called "expert". I wonder what other lies are in there.

National Institute of Infectious Diseases, Japan
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(Original post by mqb2766)
https://www.worldometers.info/corona...navirus-cases/
When did the number of new cases "fall dramatically "? FFS.
https://www.fmprc.gov.cn/mfa_eng/top...t1745750.shtml

Soon the number of discharged (recovered) patients will outpace new infections (which are almost entirely restricted to the Hubei province, and the city of Wuhan in particular).
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Stop talking. We know you're an idiot, but you're really making yourself look pathetic with this bull****.
One of us is quoting an expert in the field. The other is simply denying. Who is the pathetic?
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