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Can any labour be prohibited to prevent coronavirus from spreading?
#1
Title, but isn't this an insane idea? Thought it simple. The government says us to reduce about 70% of going to work, but many labourers think it very difficult.
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#2
It's been done in many countries, mostly successfully.

Here, for instance, unless you work in a few industries considered "essential" (as determined by the government), you can only work from home. If your job cannot be done from home, you just can't work.
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(2020-04-13 16:57:51)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: It's been done in many countries, mostly successfully. Here, for instance, unless you work in a few industries considered "essential" (as determined by the government), you can only work from home. If your job cannot be done from home, you just can't work.

Then why are many people in Tokyo and those who live near there still going outside to work? Our government declared emergency declaration to seven prefectures, but it might not be making some sense. Also why did stupid prime minister decide to hand out two pieces of gauze mask? Why don't they think of building some mask factories? Do we, citizens, fight against our government first?
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(2020-04-14 01:23:44)queha Wrote:
(2020-04-13 16:57:51)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: It's been done in many countries, mostly successfully. Here, for instance, unless you work in a few industries considered "essential" (as determined by the government), you can only work from home. If your job cannot be done from home, you just can't work.

Then why are many people in Tokyo and those who live near there still going outside to work? Our government declared emergency declaration to seven prefectures, but it might not be making some sense. Also why did stupid prime minister decide to hand out two pieces of gauze mask? Why don't they think of building some mask factories? Do we, citizens, fight against our government first?
Only the essential services like police force, medical services, groceries etc are to be operational right now. A lot of the other work is being done from home. Going to work will most likely create a hotspot region from where the virus could spread rapidly.
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(2020-04-14 08:39:51)Famknight Wrote:
(2020-04-14 01:23:44)queha Wrote:
(2020-04-13 16:57:51)aaaaaa123456789 Wrote: It's been done in many countries, mostly successfully. Here, for instance, unless you work in a few industries considered "essential" (as determined by the government), you can only work from home. If your job cannot be done from home, you just can't work.
Then why are many people in Tokyo and those who live near there still going outside to work? Our government declared emergency declaration to seven prefectures, but it might not be making some sense. Also why did stupid prime minister decide to hand out two pieces of gauze mask? Why don't they think of building some mask factories? Do we, citizens, fight against our government first?
Only the essential services like police force, medical services, groceries etc are to be operational right now. A lot of the other work is being done from home. Going to work will most likely create a hotspot region from where the virus could spread rapidly.
Then why do others do go to work in this region?
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(2020-04-14 10:34:09)queha Wrote:
(2020-04-14 08:39:51)Famknight Wrote:
(2020-04-14 01:23:44)queha Wrote:  Then why are many people in Tokyo and those who live near there still going outside to work? Our government declared emergency declaration to seven prefectures, but it might not be making some sense. Also why did stupid prime minister decide to hand out two pieces of gauze mask? Why don't they think of building some mask factories? Do we, citizens, fight against our government first?
Only the essential services like police force, medical services, groceries etc are to be operational right now. A lot of the other work is being done from home. Going to work will most likely create a hotspot region from where the virus could spread rapidly.
Then why do others do go to work in this region?
Because Japanese people are workaholic. As far as I know, they put their work first before their family and I am sure you are aware of this since you are a Japanese yourself. I don't know what your government has done regarding this but 'work from home' is a thing and should be imposed if it hasn't been already in your country.
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#7
Yes
Some people like hospital workers, supermarket workers, delivery drivers and a few others need to still work but most can work from home
prevents spread so is good
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