As of today, they have had 6701 cases with only 101 deaths. Unbelievable.
They are next to South Korea which got hit big.
Is it their custom of not shaking hands but bowing instead when they greet? Or their washing of hands often?
A country with a population of 126 million is showing a stunningly small incidence of infections and deaths.
I hear little in the news about this remarkable difference.
They’re doing something the rest of us have not.
Or were they wise to implement safeguards as the infection spread from China?
We all could use more information from their experience, and if too late for this edition of the virus, certainly to prepare for the next one.
Japanese authorities, please don’t be shy and let the world know.