Depression in a country that cannot produce vaccines
Predicting the timing of immunity to coronary herd immunity by country.
U.S.A. April 2021
Canada June 2021
United Kingdom July 2021
EU September 2021
Australia December 2021
South America March 2022
Japan April 2022
Japan is the least developed country… 😔
The inability to develop vaccines in one’s own country is not only due to technological capabilities. It is because politics lacks insight into science and has failed to make the necessary investments for many years.
What is important for humanity and for the evolution of civilization must be felt and considered by politicians through sincere dialogue with scientists, and tackled from a medium-term perspective.
We would like to ask the next generation of politicians to do the following three things
Develop more intelligence.
At the very least, we want a level of reading and daily discussion of Bill Gates’ recommended books.
English language skills!
Ability to use English and speak normally with leaders and cultural figures from around the world.
If Audrey Tan did not speak English, there would not have been such a Taiwanese presence.
Be curious enough to adapt to new technologies.
AI matchmaking is good, but I would like to see a level of knowledge that allows for the use of AI in vaccine development.
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◆When will the corona-competent vaccine start in Japan?
Japan will have enough vaccine for all its citizens by the first half of 2021.
The target date for the start of vaccinations is March 2021 at the earliest.
◆How will the Japanese vaccine be administered once it is approved?
The municipality in which one’s certificate of residence is located delivers “vaccination tickets” to residents individually.
The vaccinations are given free of charge at designated medical institutions or at meeting places (health centers, gymnasiums, event venues, etc.) provided by the municipality. It has been decided in principle that applications for inoculation will be made by appointment only after the “inoculation ticket” is received.
However, it is not easy because Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine, which is difficult to store in freezing conditions and other storage methods, presents various challenges to start mass vaccination at congregation centers. In any case, in Japan, where there are no leaders as sharp as those in Taiwan, inadequate cold logistics (technology to transport the vaccine while it is still cold), etc., would make such a stupid idea! The situation will continue to be like that, and it will falter as expected in the UK.