“The rush of complaints about the death of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is a hoax,” Nara Medical University denies, praises professor’s press conference
Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe died on July 8 at the age of 67 after being shot while giving a speech in the city of Nara during the House of Councilors election. In Kashihara City I received treatment,Nara Medical University Hospitalis.
But for a moment“Complaints” and “complaint calls” are trending on SNS.Rumors spread that the hospital was flooded with complaints.
Are the complaints really pouring in?When I called Nara Medical University Hospital to confirm, the manager of the university’s general affairs and public relations department responded.
――Is it true that the hospital is flooded with complaints?
“Especially right now (13:00 on July 9) there is no phone,Such facts cannot be confirmed.We have a medical university and an affiliated hospital, but we raised the whole university to deal with this.”
――Were there any complaints on the phone yesterday, July 8th?
“Not for nothing at all. The press conference itself started at 18:00, and the normal medical work was over.It’s not that nobody answers at all, but there are some complaints about the broadcast over the phone, whether it’s because of our press conference or because of the broadcast itself, like “the broadcast voice is low”.It was more than usual at the time, butIt was within range of what I could handle, and it didn’t last forever.I just got a call from a reporter asking for an interview.complaint phoneI can only say that the information flooding it is “hoax”. On the contrary, I wonder if it is provocative”
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Voices of anger at Nara Medical University Hospital, where former Prime Minister Abe was treated, “I want you to have a sense of comfort, not complaints”
Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who died at the age of 67 after being attacked during a street speech in Nara on the 8th, was rushed to hospital and treated.Nara Medical University Affiliated Hospital receives a series of complaint callsRegarding this, “complaints” and “complaint calls” are trending on SNS. There are many angry voices saying, “Let’s send words of comfort to those who have worked hard, not complaints,” and “If you have the strength to call to complain, please donate blood.”
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I don’t think it’s okay to believe everything
After all, it is. It is “like” or “like”.
I’m glad the complaint phone call was a hoax… I’m starting to think it’s just media manipulation…
Because of a lot of trash for not speaking as expected
There are no complaints against the medical workers who are doing their best
I’m not telling everyone who spreads this with good intentions to meditate, but I want them to be careful.
Sometimes you can’t judge someone just by their title or number of followers.
In a way, it’s really just the content that pretends to be good…
It is possible that such chaos led to this incident.
I’m glad it’s a hoax
Did you leave early?
This is an example of how you should not take things with a grain of salt just because they are covered by popular media outlets.
Less than a day in and I think we are in the middle of a lot of misinformation flying around.
Be careful not to scrutinize the information and spread it unnecessarily!