It is a part of the Japanese culture to wear masks and maintain “utmost” cleanliness during the routine life, so COVID-19 pandemic did not change much in the country.
“The only issue is there is no aggressive testing of people to determine whether a person is infected or not,” a software engineer who identified himself with the name Ahmad and based in Tokyo told Anadolu Agency.
In their daily lives, the Japanese use hand sanitizers, wear masks, and maintain cleanliness, he said.
Japan reported nearly 13,231 cases of the coronavirus with 360 deaths. Despite an aging population, questions have