Japan asks China not to test Japanese anal swabs

Japan asks China not to test Japanese anal swabs

According to the Beijing New Vision Network, Japan asked China not to test Japanese anal swabs, saying that there would be great psychological pain? Wang Wenbin responded!

According to Reuters, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Kato Katsunobu said on Monday local time that the Japanese government has asked China to stop the use of anal swab testing for Japanese immigrants to China. Kato Katsunobu said this testing process will cause testers. A great psychological burden.

Katsunobu Kato said at a press conference of the Japanese government that some Japanese citizens reported to the Japanese Embassy in China that they had undergone anal swab testing, which caused them great psychological pain. The Japanese government has not yet received a response from China that it will change the testing procedures, so the Japanese government will continue to urge China to exempt Japanese citizens from accepting such testing methods.

In addition, Katsunobu Kato also said that it is not clear how many Japanese citizens have undergone this nucleic acid test.

At the regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China on March 1, a reporter from the Japan Broadcasting Association also asked about the matter: “Regarding the issue of nucleic acid testing for Japanese people entering China, the Japanese Embassy in China believes that if anal swabs are taken The method of testing may cause a heavy psychological burden on the tested person. I hope that China will re-evaluate the relevant practices. What is China’s response to this?”

In response to this, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said that China will scientifically and dynamically adjust relevant anti-epidemic measures in accordance with changes in the epidemic situation and in accordance with relevant laws and regulations. Please refer to the Chinese competent authority for details.

Further reading:

The US media said that “US personnel were humiliated in China when they were asked to do anal swab testing.” Zhao Lijian told the truth!

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said on February 25 that after verification, China has never asked US diplomats in China to conduct anal swab testing.

Earlier, U.S. media quoted U.S. officials as saying that American diplomats stationed in China are currently complaining while preparing to undergo a new crown anal swab test. Subsequently, a spokesperson for the US State Department responded to the news and stated that it was “evaluating all reasonable options” to ensure that “the dignity of US officials is preserved as much as possible while consistent with the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.”

(Original title: Japan: Please China not to test anal swabs on Japanese…)

Source: Beiwan New Vision Comprehensive World Wide Web

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