China News Service, September 1-According to Kyodo News reported on the 1st, a person in Nagoya, Japan revealed that Mayor Takayuki Kawamura (72 years old) was infected with the new crown virus.

  According to reports, after the man serving as his special secretary was diagnosed with infection on August 29, Kawamura Takayuki quarantined himself at home.

On August 4, the Mayor of Nagoya, Japan, Takayuki Kawamura met with representatives of the Japanese softball team that won gold in the Tokyo Olympics.

When the player put the gold medal on Kawamura's neck, he suddenly put the gold medal in his mouth and took a bite, which was immediately criticized by the public.

Image source: NHK video screenshot

  Not long ago, during a meeting between Takayuki Kawamura and the representative of the Japanese softball team who won gold in the Tokyo Olympics, Nozomi Goto from Nagoya as a representative put the gold medal on Kawamura's neck. Kawamura suddenly put the gold medal in the entrance and took a bite.

  Kawamura's actions were immediately criticized by the public.

People have said that "during the epidemic prevention period of the new crown epidemic, this behavior should not occur" "this behavior is very rude."

Not only that, but Japanese social media is also constantly criticized.

  In response, Kawamura Takayuki responded that the reason for biting the gold medal was "to show his greatest affection (to the players)". He also said, "If this causes trouble, I am sorry."

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