Coronavirus latest: Vietnam orders Ho Chi Minh City into 2-week lockdown

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Concern is growing in Japan that indispensable foreign workers will turn away from its domestic industry in the near future as coronavirus pandemic restrictions keep out new arrivals. While generally reluctant to accept immigrants, Japan has a technical intern training programme for foreign workers for the official purpose of assisting developing nations. Care Support in the city of Saitama, which operates the home and other nursing care facilities, began to hire young people from Vietnam and other countries in 2019. At present, it has 13 foreign workers in the intern programme or with a “specified skilled worker” residence status.But new foreign workers whom Care Support plans to hire have become unable to enter Japan because of the pandemic. “All nursing care facilities are struggling with chronic labour shortages,” a company official told Nikkei Asia. “We are eager to hire [foreign workers] as early as possible.”An Indonesian immigrant works in a copper pipe
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