Cold sores are such a problem in Japan that an action plan had to be developed

As part of the plan, the Japanese government encourages seniors to

  • use air conditioning if necessary,
  • take enough water and salt into your body between April and September,
  • and explore different solutions for evacuating the elderly and disabled during an extreme heat event.

In the last five years, more than 80 percent of those who died of heatstroke were over 65. It was found that 90 percent of those who died in the closed room they didn’t use or didn’t have air conditioning to save energy.

The Japanese government will support the installation of air conditioning in school classrooms and gymnasiums, and will take additional measures to prevent children from being left on school buses.

Hőguta bypasses the workers, while the employer saves on air conditioning

With the arrival of summer time, more and more department stores are reporting to the trade union that the average daily temperature in the stores is much higher than tolerable. This endangers not only the comfort of the customers, but also the health of the workers there.

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