The current situation of Japanese salarymen makes me cry.
Manoji, chief in editor
February 20, 20202
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和歌山の医師→ 発熱後も解熱剤を服用して病院で勤務— まことぴ (@makotopic) February 16, 2020
A doctor in Wakayama worked at the hospital by taking an antipyretic after developing fever.
An office worker in his twenties living in Chiba commuted to Tokyo to work after developing fever.
An office worker in his forties living in Tokyo made a business trip by Shinkansen to Aichi after developing fever.
A firefighter in Yokohama engaged in racing patients to hospital after developing fever.
The threat of old-type virus is incomparably dreadful than the new coronavirus.
This is it!
This is a recommendation to you who cannot take sick leave even when you have a cold.
シンガポール政府「風邪なら休め。給料は出す。有給消化しなくていいから。検査は会社負担。医療費も安くする」— Ryo🍊 (@Ryo_koumei_m) February 17, 2020
「風邪症状なら休むよう」と加藤厚労相 | 2020/2/17 - 共同通信 https://t.co/ayd5LSsa1J
The government of Singapore: “If you have a cold, take leave. You are paid. You don’t have to use up paid holidays. Inspection fees are paid by employers. Medical expenses are made cheaper.”
The Japanese government: “If you have a cold, take leave. That’s all.”
What did you say?
“Get rest if you have cold symptoms,” says Minister Kato of Health, Labour and Welfare. Kyodo - February 17, 2020