THE ASAHI SHIMBUN
December 7, 2021 at 07:20 JST
Temporary reception counters are set up at the waiting room of Handa Hospital in Tsurugi, Tokushima Prefecture, on Nov. 15, after digital medical records became unavailable. (Tatsuya Sudo)
TSURUGI, Tokushima Prefecture—Handa Hospital staff here knew something was wrong when more than 10 printers started spewing out streams of paper. But the panic only set in after they read the message, written in English, on the printouts. [Read More]
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