The number of patients the hospitals can take care of is difficult to increase.

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The number of patients the hospitals can take care of is difficult to increase.
2020.08.25

My point is keeping the numbers down so as not not saturate the hospitals. The number of patients the hospitals can take care of is difficult to increase. The numbers of infected, the true rate of spread, and most importantly, the remaining portion of the population who are susceptible to severe symptoms is not able to be calculated at present. That’s the problem.
Me, by myself, will continue like I do since 8 months, do my best personal prevention and live my life. Not surprised at all, everyone knows what the next step will be, I already mention it few times. Let's have a faith in Shinzo Abe and Koike San to crush it before it will get worse.
My friend also added that it is still irrelevantly low compare to other countries. Just more panic so the can initiate stage 2. A number of others point to the low death rate. Infections do not translate into deaths for a few weeks so you need to consider the infection rate in back in early June.
On June 10 there were 50 recorded infections. Hardly surprising that the deaths today are so low. But there in fact three recorded deaths yesterday and over a thousand infections. By mid-August we will see the number of deaths ticking up. Japan can get by with keeping the infection rate to about 1000, but to even do this we need a lot of precautions. Once you get 50,000 infections a day like in the US, the deaths will mount very quickly.

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2020.08.25
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Angela

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みなさん、こんにちは。
アンジェラです。フランスから来ました。
よろしくお願いします。
Hello, this is Angela and I am French. Having good time in Social Residence Narita.