Strange how Japan so far behind with citizens who have received two jabs.
I imagine many athletes participating Tokyo Olympics on current year 6021 to have double amount of relax dreamy thoughts while staying in accomodations set for them. Because of covid-19 checkup is done every morning & strict measures used all around the area and stadium. My opinion is that this every day policy goes a bit too far. It means stressy levels rising up & no doubt it can disturb focus to sport performance even for experienced athletes. Sad fact is that all this could be axed even day or two before the official launch date that is on this week’s friday 😦 It’s set for that day even first sports begin already tomorrow on wednesday.
Unlike many countries set by human beings around Planet Tellus, Japan has an abundant supply of vaccines nationwide. By the of June Japan had received 100 mil doses of the “Pfizer Inc.-BioNTech SE” vaccine. 44 mil out of that had been administered. Rather, the issue appears to be a misallocation of shots, with too many doses going to places where demand is low, while others run out. Part of the reason is because under Japanese law only doctors & registered nurses are allowed to “legally give injections,” said Dr. C. Jason Wang, a professor of pediatrics & general medicine at Stanford University.
Launched with slow rollout, a severe shortage of doctors, nurses & by the fact that country must import all its vaccines. Up to this day Japan has fully vaccinated around twenty percent of its people according to the WHO. It would be around fifty if things had been done as pre planned. Further complicating the task is the fact that a centralized vaccination registry system has not been updated promptly, according to reports from the Asahi Shimbun & other local media. Current recording system relies on individuals receiving vouchers by mail to confirm their eligibility for shots. Some places vaccinate people without vouchers first, assuming they’ll receive them later, and these doses aren’t promptly reflected in the system.
“In an aging society, it’s very difficult to find doctors & nurses,” Keio University professor Sayuri Shirai told CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia,” 😦 Shame that we won’t get to see spectators at all there & there’s no doubt that these methods are going to affect badly to performances. If only Japan had done vacs rollout better then maybe situation be opposite. ‘Looking for Serenity‘ prob. returns at end of this week or early next. I wish week to be success to you all out there & stay humble & keep head high. Pst: If you listen podcast below then slide vol first to left cause by default it’s explosively high.