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Govt to drop onboard flu inspections

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Taking up herewith Japanese National Trend News by Media.
To our regret "Secondary Infection of New Flu " is spreading now in Hyogo & Osaka area.
Would like to expect New Flu will cool off soonest.
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Govt to drop onboard flu inspections
May 20, 2009 by Yomiuri

The government plans to end onboard checks of arriving airline passengers for the new influenza strain this week and relax other antiflu measures as it shifts from trying to shut the flu out of the country to limiting the domestic spread of the virus. The government also plans to allow some infected people to recuperate at home rather than at designated medical facilities. (Yomiuri)

Karaoke clubs fill up as flu shuts Japan schools
May 19, 2009 by AFP
Hundreds of Japanese students whose schools have been closed this week to contain a swine flu outbreak have instead flocked to karaoke parlours with their friends, club operators said. (AFP)







Japan reports 178 swine flu cases
May 19, 2009 by AFP

Japan reported 178 swine flu infections Tuesday and closed more than 4,000 schools, colleges and kindergartens for the rest of the week to slow the spread of the virus, officials said. (AFP)







Lowering majority age to 18 seen as 'appropriate'
May 19, 2009 by Yomiuri

A subpanel of the Legislative Council, an advisory panel to the justice minister, came out with a draft of a final report on Monday, in which it said it was appropriate to lower the age of majority to 18 from the current 20 as stipulated in the Civil Code. (Yomiuri)

Schools, services struggling with flu / Firms with infected staff tell workers to stay home
May 19, 2009 by Yomiuri

Schools, community services and businesses in Osaka and Hyogo prefectures are struggling to cope with the surge of reported new-flu infections. In response to a request from the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry, the Osaka and Hyogo prefectural governments and boards of education instructed local governments under their jurisdiction to temporarily close schools beginning Monday morning. (Yomiuri)
IC you: bugging the alien
May 19, 2009 by Japan Times

Although the 2005 proposal suggested foreign "swiping stations" of alien registration cards in public buildings, the technology already exists to read IC cards remotely. With Japan's love of cutting-edge gadgets, data processing will probably not stop at the swipe. The authorities will be able to remotely scan crowds for foreigners. (Japan Times)




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