The Japanese government has called on China not to subject Japanese residents entering their country to butt-centric COVID-19 tests in the wake of getting objections of “mental pain”.
Speaking at a press conference on Monday March 1, the Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato said Japan government has made the solicitation through the Japanese Embassy in Beijing, in spite of the fact that it has not been educated regarding any adjustment in China’s strategy on how it directs the polymerase chain response tests for Covid.
As indicated by the Chief Cabinet Secretary, the government will keep on urging China to exclude its residents from such a test strategy, on entering China.
The United States has similarly fought against China subsequent to learning that some U.S. officials were also exposed to this same testing technique.
Numerous Japanese workers in Beijing have reprimanded China’s style of Covid tests using butt-centric swabs as an activity that would embarrass people and could abuse their common freedom and poise.
Meanwhile, China has adjusted anti-epidemic measures “in a scientific manner” in accordance with “relevant laws and regulations.”