January 22nd, 2021

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「自分のせいで周りに迷惑」 コロナ感染 自宅療養の女性が自殺
2021年1月22日 4時08分


新型コロナウイルスに感染したあと自宅で療養していた東京都内の30代の女性が自殺していたことが分かりました。残されていたメモには「自分のせいで迷惑をかけてしまった」などと書かれていたということです。
専門家は「自宅療養者は特に精神的な負担が大きいケースがあり十分なケアが必要だ」と指摘しています。
関係者によりますと今月、東京都内のマンションの部屋で30代の女性が死亡しているのが見つかりました。

女性は、新型コロナウイルスに感染したことが分かったあと自宅で療養していたということで、現場の状況からみずから命を絶ったことがわかりました。

残されていたメモには「自分のせいで周りに迷惑をかけてしまい申し訳ない」という内容が書かれていたということです。

女性は症状はほとんどありませんでしたが、周囲の人が感染したことについて「自分がうつしたかもしれない」などと悩んでいたということです。

関係機関が当時の詳しいいきさつなどについて調べています。
専門家「精神状態を把握しケアを」

新型コロナウイルスの感染拡大による精神面への影響などについて調べている早稲田大学の上田路子准教授は、自宅療養者が増える中、対策が必要だと指摘しています。

上田准教授は「新型コロナウイルスに感染すると健康面への不安だけでなく、『自分が家族にうつしてしまうかもしれない』といった不安や『社会からバッシングを受けるのではないか』というさまざまな精神的な負担を感じるという人が多い。特に自宅療養者は自分の健康の心配をしながら家事などをしなければならないこともあり、さらに外部の人との交流も制限されるので精神的にかなり追い詰められているのではないか」と指摘しています。

そして「保健所などによる体調面のチェックだけではなく精神状態についてももっときめ細かく把握し必要に応じて対応をとるなど十分なケアが必要だ」と話しています。
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 Thank you, thank you very much. Thank you very much, and we love you and I can tell you that from the bottom of my heart.

This has been an incredible four years, we’ve accomplished so much together. I want to thank all of my family and my friends and my staff and so many other people for being here. I want to thank you for your effort, your hard work. People have no idea how hard this family worked, and they worked for you. They could have had a much easier life. But they just – they did a fantastic job. I just want to thank all of you – every one. I want to thank Mark Meadows who’s here someplace, right there, I want to thank Mark. But it’s been something very special.

We’ve accomplished a lot. Our first lady has been a woman of great grace and beauty and dignity. And so popular with the people, so popular with the people. In fact, honey, would you like to say a few words, please?

MELANIA TRUMP: Being first lady was my greatest honor. Thank you for your love and your support. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you all, God bless the family and God bless this beautiful nation. Thank you.

DONALD TRUMP: What else has to be said, right? But what we’ve done – iit’s true, honey, great job – what we’ve done has been amazing by any standard. We rebuilt the United States military. We created a new force called Space Force – that in itself would be a major achievement for a regular administration. We were not a regular administration. We took care of the vets, 91 per cent approval rating, they’ve never had that before. The vets have given us – the VA – the vets have given us an approval rating like has never been before. We took care of our vets, and our beautiful vets, they were very badly treated before we came along. And, as you know, we get them great service and we pick up the bill and they could go out and see a doctor if they have to wait long period of time. We got it so that we can, sadly, get rid of people that don't treat our vets properly. We didn't have any of those rights before when I came on. So our vets are happy, our people are happy, our military is thrilled.

We also got tax cuts, the largest tax cut and reform in the history of our country, by far. I hope they don't raise your taxes. But, if they do, I told you so.

And if you look at the regulations, which I consider the regulation cuts to be maybe even more important, that’s why we have such good and have had such good job numbers. The job numbers have been absolutely incredible. When we started, had we not been hit by the pandemic, we would have had numbers that would have never been seen – already, our numbers are the best ever. If you look at what happened until February a year ago. Our numbers were at a level nobody had seen before. And even now, we really built it twice. We got hit, nobody blames us for us, the whole world got hit and then we built it again. And now the stock market is actually substantially higher than it was at its higher point prior to the pandemic. So it’s really, you can say we built it twice.

You’re going to see incredible numbers start coming in if everything is sort of left alone. Be careful, very complex, be careful. But you’re going to see some incredible things happening and remember us when you see these things happening, if you would. Remember us because I’m looking at elements of our economy that are set to be a rocketship up– it’s a rocketship up.

We have the greatest country in the world, we have the greatest economy in the world. And as bad as the pandemic was, we were hit so hard, just like the entire world was hit so hard, places that thought they got away with it, didn't get away with it – they’re suffering right now. We did something that is really considered a medical miracle, they are calling it a miracle, and that was the vaccine. We got the vaccine developed in nine months instead of nine years or five years or 10 years or a long time. It was supposed to take a long time, many, many years to develop a vaccine. We have two out, we have another one coming almost immediately. And it really is a great achievement. So you should start to see really good numbers over the next few months. I think you’re going to see those numbers really skyrocket downward.

I can only say this: we have worked hard. We’ve left it all – as the athletes would say – ‘we’ve left it in the field.’ We don’t have to come and say – we’ll never say in a month when we’re sitting in Florida, we're not going to be looking at each other and saying, ‘You know if we only worked a little but harder.’ You can’t work harder. And we had a lot of obstacles, and we went through the obstacles. And we just got 75 million votes and that’s a record in the history of sitting presidents. It’s an all-time record by a lot – by many millions in the history of sitting president, it’s been, really, just an honor.

One of the things we’re very, very proud of is the selection of almost 300 federal judges and three great Supreme Court justices. That’s a very big number, that’s a record setting number. And so, we’ve done a lot, and there’s still things to do.

The first thing we have to do is pay our respects and our love to the incredible people and families who suffered so gravely from the China virus. It’s a horrible thing that was put onto the world. We all know where it came from, but it is a horrible, horrible thing. So be very careful, be very, very careful. But, we want to pay great love, great love to all the people that are suffering – including families who have suffered so gravely.

So with that I just want to say you are amazing people, this is a great, great country. It is my greatest honor and privilege to have been your president.

I will always fight for you. I will be watching, I will be listening and I will tell you that the future of this country has never been better. I wish the new administration great luck and great success. I think they’ll have great success. They have the foundation to do something really spectacular. And again, we put it in a position like it’s never been before despite the worst plague to hit since, I guess you would say 1917, over 100 years ago. And despite that – despite that, the things that we’ve done have been just incredible. And I couldn't have done it without you.

So just a goodbye, we love you, we will be back in some form.

And again, I want to just, in leaving, thank our Vice President Mike pence and Karen. I want to thank Congress because we really worked well with Congress - at least certain elements of Congress. But we really did, we’ve gotten so much done that nobody thought would be possible – but I do want to thank Congress. And I want to thank all of the great people of Washington, D.C., all of the people that we worked with to put this miracle together.

So, have a good life, we will see you soon. Thank you, thank you very much.