Japan nuclear minister with strange sores on face (PHOTOS) — Emperor unable to leave hospital: “He has lost his appetite”… New respiratory infection?

Published: November 16th, 2011 at 3:39 pm ET
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Emperor to remain in hospital for fever, cough, NHK, Nov. 16, 2011:

Emperor Akihito will remain hospitalized for the time being for a persistent fever. [...] He was scheduled to leave last Friday, but was unable to do so because his fever had returned. The doctors said the Emperor’s temperature is still high and he has lost his appetite. They also said he may be developing bronchitis again or have a new infection of his respiratory system, so they are giving him other types of antibiotics. [...]

Alice in wonderland, Fukushima Diary, Nov. 15, 2011:

Minister of nuclear power [Goshi] Hosono [...] This will never be news on main street. but the spots on Hosono’s face can’t be hidden. People who entered Horoshima after atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima had the spots like that. It was called “city entering exposure”.


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