Hello there, I hope you are doing well.
Groundbreaking news today from different news websites in Japan. The country will receive its first batch of vaccines next week. Read more into the next section for more information.
It was reported that there was a shortage of doctors and nurses who are eligible to give vaccinations. There were no follow-up news regarding that, but instead, this is what came up next: the first batch will be sent here next week, and also, there’s a shortage of syringes that can be used for the COVID-19 vaccines. Apparently, there’s only one, if not a few, kind of syringe that can be used with the vaccine. Japan’s plan would be the same as for other countries, they will first start with frontliners and medical staff, followed by the elderly, then people with preexisting conditions, then everyone else.
Today’s Fill-In-The-Blanks Quiz:
Here’s last week’s song:
(Fast forward to )
I’ll take every single piece of the blame if you want me to
But you know that there is no innocent one in this game for two
I’ll go, I’ll go and then you go, you go out and spill the truth
Can we both say the words and forget this?
Here’s this week’s song:
(Fast forward to 00:07)
You ___ away to find __________ to say
I went _______ to make it okay, and he made it ____, darlin’
I’m still in ____ and I say that ________
I know how it seems ________ you and me, It hasn’t been _____, darlin’
Today’s Youtube Recommendation:
If watching horror Let’s Play videos isn’t your thing, perhaps you might like ProZD’s channel. Recently, he’s been rating a lot of snacks and food on his channel and it’s interesting to find out what he thinks, as well as what foreigners think of Japanese snacks. Also, lately, he’s been rating Pokemon from different generations, so I think it’s good listening practice!
This is his latest vlog:
Three people were found stranded on a desert island for 33 days, and were found by US coast guards. They were identified to be Cubans after they were rescued, and they claimed that they served solely on coconuts, conchs, and rats. Read more into the article to find out more.
Remember to take care of yourself and stay safe.