Saturday, 26 June 2021 – A rare ‘Serpent’ in the ‘Midsomer Murders’

Good evening from Tokyo, where the second time Semi-emergency Spread Prevention Measures have been applied.
Day 6.

This weekend I’ll rest to prepare for my first vaccination on Monday. Today I researched about many symptoms that might appear in my body after the vaccination. Fever, headache, etc. Well, I’m not too worried about that, because many people have already had the vaccine all over the world. And I’ll be getting the vaccination from my own doctor. It’s a good comfort for a worrier like me. Today I got a phone call from ‘that’ classy lady at the reception desk of my doctor, she asked me when I would like to have my second vaccination. What a kind clinic. I’ll get my second shot before the Olympics starts. This is very good news for me.

Today I stayed at home as usual. The interesting thing about the early episodes of ‘Midsomer Murders’ that I saw today, was the serpan on the wall of the room used to film. It’s a very rare brass instrument, which was used from the end of the 16th century until at least the mid-19th century.

‘Midsomer Murders’
S6 Ep2: Death & Dreams

Serpent photo from Wikipedia.

People who received at least one shot of the vaccine in Japan
As of 25 June: 26,315,828 people
(20.9% of the total population of 125.47 million on 1 June)

Good night. Have a beautiful weekend!

Wear a mask and wash your hands.
Stay safe and healthy πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜·πŸ––πŸ––πŸ––πŸ––πŸ––
26 June 2021 #tokyo #japan