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Coronavirus was able to cancel the Tokyo Olympics. Is it the fault of treating the Japanese outbreak?



The Olympics and public confidence: two things Japan wants to stick to after criticizing the treatment of the Coruna virus outbreak in the country.
There are growing questions about how the government deals with the quarantine on the Princess Princess diamond ship, which injured more than 700 passengers and crew, and seven people have died.
An uncomplicated Japanese doctor has questioned why the government recently tested hundreds of people for the Coruna virus compared to South Korea, which tests thousands.

In his first interview since leading the Australian government's successful evacuation mission, Paul Armstrong, who lives in Perth, acknowledged "the unprecedentedly difficult situation for the authorities," but said it was clear that the quarantine on the ship was not perfect.

He told ABC TV: "Australia had the impression that Japan was quarantining these passengers and that it would be successful."

"It took some time for us to realize that things were not as good as we would have liked, and we had to be careful."

Dr. Armstrong said it was "right" to prepare all Australians for the ship.
One hundred and sixty-four Australians got a trip to Darwin for more quarantine.

All negative tests on the ship, some positive tests so far.

Dr. Armstrong said he still doesn't understand the reason.

He said, "Some of the people diagnosed were at risk groups [they were in close contact with a confirmed case], but [there were] others ... they weren't close contacts we knew."
Dr. Armstrong said it was "right" to prepare all Australians for the ship.

One hundred and sixty-four Australians got a trip to Darwin for more quarantine.

All negative tests on the ship, some positive tests so far.

Source :ِABC

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