Japan city uses tsunami lessons for COVID-19 vaccinations

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By Rocky Swift SOMA, Japan (Reuters) – Tamio Hayashi, 77, doubted he could ever navigate the internet systems set up to register for COVID-19 vaccines across most of Japan. He hated the idea of using the “troublesome” systems that have broken down and befuddled other older residents, hobbling Japan’s inoculation push. Luckily, local officials in his small, northeastern town helped him through the red tape and he got his shots – a rarity in Japan, where the authorities are racing to inoculate the vulnerable elderly population before the start of the Summer Olympics in just six weeks. “This way …

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