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第2090回「大人になったなと感じた瞬間は?」

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こんにちは!FC2トラックバックテーマ担当の若槻です今日のテーマは「大人になったなと感じた瞬間は?」です最近、お母さんの後ろにいつも隠れていた近所の子供が目を見てあいさつしてくれるようになり、人の成長を感じましたみなさんが自分は大人になったなぁと感じたのはいつですか若槻がそう感じたのはアルバイトで人生初のお給料をいただいたときです会社があえて茶封筒でお給料を手渡ししてくれたので緊張しつつも、これか...

( ノ゚Д゚)おはようございます、何故か先週書いた筈(1月27日のブログ)の、トラックバック第2090回が、二度目の登場で面食らっています。
多分何かの回と重複してるのか?!・・・・・・拙い推測は、さておき「大人になったなと感じた瞬間は?」ですが、遭遇した事象に対して、冷静に対処する、・・・事が出来た時でしょうか?!
其の分驚きや感動のど瑞々しい気持ちが、薄れているのかも知れませんが。

まるで今回の「新型コロナウィルス」に対処する「日本政府」の様に、21世紀に突入して、何度目かの世界的な伝染病蔓延の対策に、慌てる事無く必要な事だけ、淡々と処理していく・・・そして、いざとなったら黙って全責任を負うのが、流石大人の対応だとも思います。
まぁ他国に比べて対応が簡略化されてたり多少遅かったり、対外姿勢の打ち出しが弱かったりもしますが・・・・・まるで「高倉健」さんや「渡哲也」さんみたいで、今の時代にはそぐわないかも知れませんが、最近いたく感心した「日本政府」のお手本にしたい姿勢に関する感想ですが、単なる身贔屓な見方でしょうか?!

FC2 トラックバックテーマ:「大人になったなと感じた瞬間は?」



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今日の気に為る話題は此方です。

新型ウイルス、世界で感染2万600人超-日本は計23人に
Bloomberg News  2020年2月5日 6:46 JST

新型ウイルスの死者は少なくとも425人、684人回復-WHO
中国の米産品購入はずれ込む可能性があるとクドロー氏


新型コロナウイルスの全世界での感染者数は2万600人を超え、前日の約1万7000人から増えた。
厚生労働省は4日、日本国内で確認された新型コロナウイルスの感染症例が新たに3人増え、計23人になったと発表した。

  世界保健機関(WHO)緊急委員会の疫学者は4日、684人が新型ウイルス感染から回復したと述べた。
WHOによれば、新型ウイルスによる死者は少なくとも425人に達した。
WHOのテドロス事務局長はジュネーブでの記者説明会で、来週、新型ウイルスに関する研究会合を開く計画を明らかにした。

  WHOは新型ウイルスについて、これまでのところそれほど変異を示しておらず、パンデミック(世界的流行の感染症)を引き起こしてもいないとしている。

新型ウイルス、日本国内で新たに3人の感染確認-計23人と厚労省
新型ウイルス、日本国内で新たに3人の感染確認-計23人と厚労省
  米国では、ホワイトハウスのクドロー国家経済会議(NEC)委員長がFOXビジネスとのインタビューで、対中第1段階合意に基づく中国の米産品購入は新型ウイルス感染拡大によってずれ込む可能性があり、輸出ブームは遅れるだろうとしながらも、経済への影響は「最小限」にとどまるとの見解を示した。

  また、米証券取引委員会(SEC)は4日の声明で、新型ウイルスの感染予防や検査、治療ができると偽る企業への投資を呼び掛けるソーシャルメディアなどのオンライン広告に注意するよう警告した。

  香港では4日、新型ウイルスに感染した39歳の男性が死亡した。
中国本土以外で2人目の死者となる。
英政府は国民に中国からの出国を求めた。

キャセイ航空が中国本土便9割削減、全体も縮小-ウイルスで需要後退
キャセイ航空が中国本土便9割削減、全体も縮小-ウイルスで需要後退
新型コロナウイルス、香港初の死者との報道-中国本土以外で2人目
新型コロナウイルス、香港初の死者との報道-中国本土以外で2人目
マカオ、カジノ業者に半月間の営業停止求める-従業員に感染者
翻訳 抜粋
Quiet Financial and Shopping District As Markets Reopens to Crisis After Break
上海のアップルストア(2月3日)
原題:Cases Top 20,600; SEC Warns of Coronavirus Scams: Virus Update
Kudlow Says Understands Virus May Slow China Purchases: Fox(抜粋)



Nike Takes Virus Hit; Gilead Drug Trials Scheduled: Virus Update
Bloomberg News
2020年2月4日 7:19 JST Updated on 2020年2月5日 6:57 JST


An export boom from the U.S. trade deal with China will be delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak, said White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow. More than 20,600 cases have now been reported, an increase from about 17,000 the previous day.

Gilead Sciences Inc., which is donating its experimental coronavirus drug to treat 500 patients in China, said trials could begin next week. Shoe-manufacturer Nike Inc. said the outbreak will have a material impact on its China operations.

The U.K. government asked its citizens to leave China, while Hong Kong reported a death from the coronavirus, confirming the second fatality outside the mainland.

Bloomberg is tracking the outbreak on the terminal and online.

Key Developments:
Despite global fears, the virus is still concentrated mostly in Hubei
Global stocks rally, China sell-off halts; commodities stabilize
Economists cut China’s growth forecast on coronavirus impact
Virus puts China’s two main economic goals on collision course

Virus Cases Top 20,000; Hong Kong Confirms Death
WATCH: Hong Kong reported a fatality, China reports 20,500 cases and 425 deaths.Source: Bloomberg)

Nike Says Virus Will Hurt China Operations (4:48 p.m. NY)
Shoe and apparel giant Nike Inc. said the coronavirus will materially impact its China operations. It’s closed about half of its stores in the country, and had cut hours and is seeing lower retail traffic in stores that are still open.

Trials of Gilead Drug in China Could Start Next Week (3:57 p.m. NY)
Gilead is shipping enough doses of its experimental coronavirus drug to treat 500 patients in China and is ramping up supply in case clinical trials work.

Remdesivir, an antiviral treatment that shows effectiveness in the lab against coronaviruses, is being tested in two trials in China in patients with moderate and severe symptoms of the novel pathogen, said Merdad Parsey, Gilead’s chief medical officer.
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relates to Nike Takes Virus Hit; Gilead Drug Trials Scheduled: Virus Update
Patients will get 10 once-daily infusions of the experimental drug or a placebo and be evaluated after 28 days to see whether the drug helped.

Gilead is donating about 500 patients’ worth of the experimental drug, and Chinese hospitals will be in charge of conducting the tests.

SEC Warns About Virus Investment Scams (1:44 p.m. NY)
At least one group appears to be benefiting from the coronavirus: financial fraudsters.

That’s according to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, which is warning investors to be on the lookout for scams tied to the virus’s spread. The regulator said in a Tuesday statement that it’s become aware of a number of online promotions, including some on social media, that aim to attract investments in companies on the false premise that they can prevent, detect or cure infections.

“We urge investors to be wary of these promotions, and to be aware of the substantial potential for fraud at this time,” the SEC said.

WHO Says 684 People Have Recovered From Coronavirus (12:21 p.m. NY)
Six hundred eighty-four people have recovered from coronavirus infections, according to Maria Van Kerkhove, an epidemiologist serving on the World Health Organization’s emergency committee. The death toll has climbed to at least 425, the group said Tuesday.

The UN agency plans to hold a research meeting on the virus next week, Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said during a briefing in Geneva. The outbreak was declared an international public health emergency by the WHO last week.

The WHO estimated the cost of supporting member countries during the outbreak at $676 million.

U.S. Colleges Halt Programs, Suspend Travel (12:06 p.m. NY)
Universities across the U.S. are moving to protect their students and faculty from the coronavirus outbreak. About 370,000 Chinese students attend college in the U.S., one third of all foreign students and more than any other country, according to the Institute of International Education.

Princeton University ordered some students who returned to campus from China to isolate themselves. The University of Southern California suspended study abroad programs in the country. Trinity University brought back six students studying in China.

“You’d be hard pressed to find a major U.S. university that doesn’t have some form of engagement in China,” said Michael Schoenfeld, a spokesman for Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. “If you’re a global institution and you’re not prepared for something of this scale, you’re going to have to get there.”

Virus to Delay U.S. Export Boom to China, Kudlow Says (9:32 a.m. NY)
The “export boom” from the U.S.’s trade deal with China will be delayed because of the coronavirus outbreak, but the economic impact “is going to be minimal,” White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said.

“It’s not a catastrophe, it’s not a disaster -- we’ve been through this before. I think the impact is going to be minimal,” Kudlow said on Fox Business Tuesday. “It’s going to be much tougher for China.”

Last week, Kudlow said the U.S. hasn’t seen any major effects on its economy from the coronavirus epidemic, and will refrain from using it as leverage in the second phase of China trade talks.

Hong Kong Jockey Club Shuts All Off-Course Betting Branches (8:52 a.m. NY)
Hong Kong’s Jockey Club shut all 101 off-site betting branches indefinitely. The club is “critically considering a further reduction of on-site participation by our customers starting from this Saturday.”

OPEC’s Own Analysis Shows Modest Slowdown in Oil Use (8:39 a.m. NY)
An internal analysis presented to OPEC and its allies estimated a reduction in average global oil demand growth of 200,000 barrels a day this year in the worst-case scenario for the spread of the coronavirus. BP said earlier that the outbreak is threatening to wipe out 300-500,000 barrels of daily demand.

U.K. Government Tells British Citizens to Leave China (7:46 a.m. NY)
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told all Britons “who are able to leave China to do so.” The government is advising against “all but essential” travel to the mainland.

German Coronavirus Outbreak Began With Patient Who Had Symptoms (7:29 a.m. NY)
A Chinese woman who touched off a cluster of coronavirus cases in Germany last month was experiencing symptoms during her visit, according to health officials in Berlin. This information differs from a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine, which stated that the woman appeared to have transmitted the virus while still in the incubation phase

OPEC+ Consults China to Analyze Virus Threat (7:17 a.m. NY)
OPEC+ consulted with a Chinese ambassador as it conducted an urgent assessment of how the coronavirus may hurt oil demand, and what measures the group could take in response. Earlier on Tuesday, BP warned the outbreak could wipe out a third of global oil-demand growth this year.

Indonesia Drops Plan to Halt Chinese Food Imports (6:50 a.m. NY)
Indonesia scrapped a plan to ban all Chinese food imports to prevent the spread of the coronavirus after Beijing warned of the “negative impact” of such measures on investment and the economy. The government will only prohibit the entry of live animals from China, while shipments of food including garlic and fruits will continue as usual.
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Virus INDONESIA HP
Indonesian health officials conduct an exercise drill in transporting a patient requiring isolation at the Belawan port in Medan.Photographer: Ivan Damanik/AFP via Getty Images
WHO Says Virus Hasn’t Caused Pandemic (6:48 a.m. NY)
The WHO said the coronavirus hasn’t shown much mutation yet or caused a pandemic, with the strategy still to extinguish transmission. There are unknowns that remain about the virus and the agency expects to be able to give a better estimate of the severity of the disease in coming days, the WHO’s Sylvie Briand said at a briefing in Geneva.

The U.S. had said earlier it’s preparing for a possible pandemic.

Hong Kong Exchange Agrees Delays to Earnings Reports (6:45 p.m. HK)
Hong Kong-listed companies were given flexibility to report earnings with an upcoming end of March deadline. Companies having trouble moving personnel and auditors across mainland China and Hong Kong have been asked to report this as soon as possible.
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Virus Hong Kong
Passengers have their temperatures checked after disembarking from buses, including those traveling from the Shenzhen Bay border-crossing, in Hong Kong on Feb. 4.Photographer: Paul Yeung/Bloomberg
China Unlikely to Delay Trade Deal Implementation: Global Times (6:34 p.m. HK)
Chinese firms’ purchase of U.S. goods will be delayed in the first quarter, but they can increase purchases later this year as the obligation is measured annually, Global Times reported, citing a researcher closely associated with the talks.

Cathay Pacific to Cut 90% of Flights to China (6:32 p.m. HK)
The airline plans to reduce operations across its entire network over the next two months. The coronavirus outbreak is taking a heavy toll on the carrier already battered by anti-government protests in Hong Kong. The total impact across Cathay’s network will be a reduction of about 30% in capacity.

Singapore Sees First Local Virus Transmission (6 p.m. HK)
Four cases that involve human-to-human transmission of novel coronavirus infection in Singapore were among the six additional cases confirmed, according to a statement by the health ministry on Tuesday.

Vietnam to Quarantine People Entering From China (5:35 p.m. HK)
The Vietnamese prime minister has ordered officials to quarantine anyone who entered the country from China over the last two weeks. The government has already suspended the issuance of tourist visas to Chinese nationals and other foreigners seeking to visit from China.

Thailand Confirms Six New Cases (5:18 p.m. HK)
Total confirmed count has now risen to 25, with 17 in hospital. This includes a 70-year-old who is in a “serious” condition. Thailand now has the most number of confirmed cases outside China.

Chloroquine Phosphate Could Help Treat Virus (4:51 p.m. HK)
Chloroquine phosphate has “therapeutic effects” in treating pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus in clinical trials, China’s National Center for Biotechnology Development said.

Quiet Financial and Shopping District As Markets Reopens to Crisis After Break
A pedestrian walks past a shuttered Apple Inc. store in Shanghai on Feb. 3.Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg
Hong Kong Retail Sales Slide (4:33 p.m. HK)
Hong Kong retail sales tumbled for an 11th month in December. The economy, which was already reeling from months of anti-government protests, now faces the prospect of disruption from the virus outbreak.

BOJ’s Kuroda Signals Concern Over Coronavirus (4:16 p.m. HK)
Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said the bank won’t hesitate to take action to cope with the virus’s economic impact if necessary. His remarks contrasted with comments last month when he said it was too early to assume the outbreak would pose as big a threat as the 2003 SARS contagion.

Carlsberg Forecasts Earnings Slowdown, Swatch Cancels Show (3:50 p.m. HK)
The business impact spread, with Carlsberg A/S forecasting slower earnings growth as the coronavirus closes restaurants and late-night drinking establishments in many cities. Pandora A/S also warned the outbreak could hurt growth.


Carlsberg Extends China Shutdowns, Posts Record Earnings
WATCH: Carlsberg CEO Cees ‘t Hart discusses the company’s closure of breweries in China.Source: Bloomberg
Swatch Group AG, the maker of Omega timepieces, canceled a Zurich watch show scheduled to begin later this month.

Hong Kong Confirms Death (3:25 p.m. HK)
A 39-year-old male who was infected with the novel coronavirus died Tuesday morning at Princess Margaret Hospital in Hong Kong, a Hospital Authority spokesman said by phone.

The fatality marks the first in Hong Kong, and the second death outside of mainland China. A 44-year-old Chinese male from Wuhan died in the Philippines on Feb. 1. Hong Kong has 15 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.

The man in Hong Kong, who had an underlying illness, hadn’t visited any health-care facilities, wet or seafood markets, and had no exposure to wild animals during the incubation period, according to a government statement on Jan. 31.

China Fires Red Cross Official for Virus-Linked Violation (3:15 p.m. HK)
Zhang Qin, vice head of the Hubei government-linked Red Cross society, was removed from his position for violations in receiving and distributing donations and faulty information disclosure, according to the local discipline commission.

Two other Red Cross officials were also punished, according to a statement.

The government has vowed to punish officials who delay or fail to disclose virus information. The ruling Communist Party is anxious to avoid a repeat of SARS, during which it was criticized for initially covering up the scale of the problem.

Economists Cut China’s Growth Forecast (2:51 p.m. HK)
The outbreak of the coronavirus and China’s efforts to stop the spread mean the economy will grow slower this quarter than first thought, according to economists.

Goldman Sachs Group Inc, UBS Group AG and Macquarie Group Ltd. are among those cutting their growth forecast for the first quarter and full year. First-quarter GDP is seen slowing to 3.8%-4.8%. Read the full story here.

Meanwhile, China’s car sales are likely to slump the most on record in the first two months of 2020 as the coronavirus keeps buyers away from showrooms. Sales are set to fall by 25% to 30% in the period, according to a preliminary forecast by Cui Dongshu, secretary general of China Passenger Car Association.

Macau Asks Casinos to Close (1:54 p.m. HK)
Shares of casino operators slumped as Macau asked them to temporarily close in a bid to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The request to shut down the world’s largest gaming hub for half a month would be the latest blow to the gambling mecca that’s been struggling to recover from the worst annual revenue decline since 2015.

The proposal needs to be discussed with the industry, Macau Chief Executive Ho Iat-seng said in a briefing. He added that the city would be able to afford the economic cost. This would be the first time casinos have closed since a typhoon in 2018. A Bloomberg Intelligence index of Macau gaming shares dropped as much as 3.7%.

Lok Ma Chau Border Crossing As Hong Kong to Close More Checkpoints
Passengers wearing protective masks walk through a hall at Lo Wu Station, near the Lo Wu Border Crossing Point in Hong Kong, Feb. 3.Photographer: Chan Long Hei/Bloomberg
Hyundai to Halt Korea Output on Parts Shortage (12:49 p.m. HK)
Hyundai Motor Co. is halting production in South Korea this week because of a component shortage caused by the coronavirus, the first global automaker to suspend output outside China because of the outbreak.

The carmaker has been hit by a shortage of a wiring component made by a Chinese supplier, whose operations have been halted after a worker was infected by the virus, Hyundai Motor’s labor union said. Production may resume from Feb. 11 or Feb. 12, a spokesman for the union said by phone. A company spokesman confirmed the suspension without giving details.

Xi Warns Virus May Impact China’s Stability (11:20 a.m. HK)
Chinese President Xi Jinping called on all officials to quickly work together to contain the coronavirus at a rare meeting of top leaders, saying the outcome would directly impact social stability in the country.

The effort to contain the virus directly affects people’s health, China’s economic and social stability, and the country’s process of opening up, he told a meeting of the Communist Party’s powerful Politburo Standing Committee on Monday. Leaders also urged officials “to achieve the targets of economic and social development this year” and “promote stable consumer spending.”

Read the full story here.

Cruise Passengers Remain Quarantined (9:59 a.m. HK)
Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruises said it will delay disembarking passengers on board a ship in Japan by as much as 24 more hours, after a passenger tested positive for coronavirus on Feb. 1.

Japan’s health authority is currently testing the health of the 2,666 passengers and 1,045 crew.

The Diamond Princess cruise ship arrived in Yokohama Monday morning after 16 days of sailing. On Saturday, the passenger, who was from Hong Kong, tested positive for coronavirus at a local hospital there, according to Princess Cruises.

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The Diamond Princess cruise ship in the waters off Yokohama on Feb. 3.Photographer: Kunihiko Miura/Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Photo
— With assistance by Michelle Cortez, Jonathan Levin, Steven Yang, Stephen Tan, Natalie Lung, Alfred Liu, Fion Li, Iain Marlow, Dandan Li, and Jesse Westbrook


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芭蕉俳句: 富士の雪慮生が夢を築かせたり (ふじのゆき ろせいがゆめを つかせたり)

時代背景&解説: 延宝5年、六百番俳諧発句合、芭蕉34歳の時の作。
芭蕉は、この年に俳諧宗匠として立机(プロの俳諧師になること)したらしい。
この年22句が現存する。
「慮生が夢<ろせいがゆめ>」は、別名「邯鄲の枕<かんたんのまくら>」・「黄梁一炊の夢<こうりょういっすいのゆめ>」などと呼ばれる中国の故事。
黄梁は大粟のこと。
邯鄲は中国河北省の都市の名。
 邯鄲という街で盧生という名の青年が、道士呂翁から思いのままの夢を見ることのできる不思議な枕を借りて夢を見る。
栄耀栄華を夢に見ようと思って眠るとたちまち富貴の人となった。
夢から覚めてみると未だ黄梁が煮えていなかったという。
人の栄耀栄華など一瞬のものだという教え。
 ところで、富士の雪については、6月名残の雪が降って雪の季節を終えると、その晩には初雪が降るといわれている(現代では、最高気温を出した後に最初に降る雪を初雪という)。
一句の意は、富士のしまいの雪と初雪の間の一瞬の間は、あたかも「盧生が夢」のようだというのである。


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