On February 7, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare announced the development of a wide-area cremation plan.
According to the communication addressed to the chief health officer of each municipality;
On January 17, we issued an administrative notice requesting crematoriums to consider how to continue their operations, as they are particularly essential for ensuring the stability of people's lives and the national economy.
After that, we asked each prefecture about the status of their response, and found that in the event of the spread of infectious diseases such as new strains of influenza, it will be extremely important to request and receive personnel in accordance with the wide-area cremation plan, just as in the event of a disaster.
"The development of a wide-area cremation plan" means...?
Given the recent hot topics, this could be read as the government's plan to cremate a lot of people, couldn't it?
Rumor has it that Taro Aso, once Prime Minister, bought out 70 percent of the cremation companies and sold most of them to China.
In other words, when a Japanese person dies, the Chinese profit from it?
A lowered immune system makes you more susceptible to catching a cold and dying. The elderly, in particular, are prone to catching colds and dying from them. Actually my granddad died from a cold long time ago.
My point is, all you should do is boost your immune system.
It is important to avoid food additives as much as possible and to exercise moderately. When it comes to exercise, long walks, not forced running, are considered to be very effective in boosting immunity.
When I woke up early this morning, I felt a sore throat, so I layered up, went to the park and jogged four laps. Not at running speed, so as "outdoor walk".
(Weather: ☁; Atmospheric temperature: 0 C/32 F; Humidity: 67%)
I've been focusing too much on very heavy topics lately, so I'm going to try to post more positive and upbeat topics. That's why I posted articles about Starbucks twice this month 😊