This is the story of how the Japanese have been preparing for a long, long, hard fight against Zika virus.
The Zika virus has been the world’s biggest political issue since the first cases of the virus were reported in Brazil in March 2016.
The Japanese Government announced in March this year that they would ban all travel to the country from March 1.
On March 1, President Trump ordered the closure of Japan’s borders, which were already limited to people who had been confirmed to have the Zika strain.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also warned of a “global catastrophe” if the virus spread to the West.
In addition, the Japanese government has also announced a series of measures to combat the spread of the Zika outbreak, including raising the maximum age for marriage from 21 to 25.
It is a significant blow to the Japanese Government.
Japan has been in the middle of a massive pandemic in recent years, with nearly 4,000 new cases reported since January of this year.
The number of new cases is projected to reach 15,000 in 2019, which is about half of the total cases reported in the country during the same period last year.
According to the World Health Organization, the global total number of people who have been infected with Zika virus in the first three months of 2018 was 3.8 million, with 2.3 million cases.
The total number in 2020 was 9,955, with 3,737,000 cases.
Japan’s healthcare system, however, has been struggling to deal with the pandemic.
In a new study, researchers from the University of Tokyo and other universities looked at data from Japanese health insurers on the number of emergency rooms visits in the two years between March 2018 and March 2019.
They found that the number dropped from 2.2 million in the beginning of 2019 to 1.7 million in March 2019 and remained there for more than a year.
“The drop in hospital admissions in the second half of 2019 was mainly due to the closure and closing of outpatient care facilities, which we believe may have contributed to the increase in hospital admission rates,” said Yutaka Matsui, a senior researcher at the university and the lead author of the paper.
The researchers also looked at the hospitalizations of pregnant women who had travelled to the United States and the number in 2019.
The authors found that during this period, the number increased by 4.5 percent, but during the year 2020 it dropped by 3.6 percent.
The reasons behind the drop in numbers are unclear.
Some experts say that the drop may have been due to people deciding not to go to the emergency room.
Other experts say it could have been the closure to clinics, such as Planned Parenthood, as they are not allowed to treat Zika cases in Japan.
As a result, the amount of cases reported to the health insurance system decreased, with an increase in visits to clinics for those with symptoms.
In March 2019, the national government issued an executive order to temporarily close all hospitals and clinics in Japan until further notice.
However, it was only lifted a week later.
“There are still around 1.4 million cases of Zika in Japan,” Matsui said.
“We believe that the government’s announcement may have affected the increase of the number reported cases.”
What is Zika?
Zika is a virus that can cause severe birth defects and the virus can spread by sexual contact.
It has been linked to severe cases of microcephaly, a condition that causes a small head, which affects the developing brain.
As well as microcephelas, the virus also causes fever, rash and joint pain in babies.
There have been a number of outbreaks in Japan, and some regions in particular have seen a significant increase in cases.
In October, the Ministry of Health and Welfare said that about 20,000 people were infected with the Zika infection, which the World Bank and other health organizations have also linked to the outbreak.
It also reported that some people who are infected with it can have high fever, and have a low chance of developing a full-blown infection.
There are two strains of Zika, the West and East, which have been linked together.
The West strain can cause birth defects such as microcephalic babies and brain damage, while the East strain can lead to a much more serious condition called microceflectism.
What are the symptoms of Zika?
The first symptoms of the illness, known as microchronic zika syndrome, are mild fever, muscle aches and joint and respiratory problems, but can also cause brain damage.
In the first month of symptoms, it is possible to have mild fever.
The symptoms of chronic zika usually begin about three weeks after the first symptoms appear, with mild fever lasting between two and six days.
In some cases, people can have symptoms of microcephalitis, which means the brain is not functioning normally.
It can cause mild to moderate symptoms such as joint pain,