Michele, Yuri and Toshiko. Ashiya, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan

“Here in Japan there is no real lockdown, but only a” request “from the government to stay home and avoid crowded places such as trains and workplaces. The schools are also closed, at least until May 6, the reduction of the displacements of 70% that was hoped for is now only at 30%. This, combined with the fact that few tests are made and that the pressure of the Japanese company at work is very strong, worries us a lot for our future and for our little one’s”.