Japanese Man With COVID-19 Goes To Bars To Intentionally Infect People With Coronavirus

A Japanese man has been arrested after having contracted the COVID-19 coronavirus, decided to go to bars for the purpose of spreading it to other people according to the Tokyo Reporter.

A man in his 50s in Gamagori City visited two bars after being confirmed as infected with the novel coronavirus, city officials said on Thursday.

At around 6:00 p.m. the day before, medical personnel sent the man home after he was confirmed to be infected with the novel coronavirus, which causes a disease known as COVID-19.

He was to remain at home until an appropriate medical institution was found for treatment. However, he decided to take a taxi to an izakaya bar, reports Fuji News Network (Mar. 6).

Before departing, he reportedly told a family member, “I am going to spread the virus.” (source)

This was not a good thing that he did. Unfortunately, there are some people who have talked about doing this.

There are some people in the world who have sick or cruel intentions. It does not matter what the culture is because the nature of man does not change.

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