When I saw the news that the number of new coronavirus deaths in the U.S. quickly went from 60,000 to over 70,000, and there were more than 30 million applications for unemployment insurance, I found myself crying.
I hear that the damage from the new coronavirus in Africa is just beginning.
I heard that a Japanese was the first person to be infected with the new coronavirus in Ethiopia.
In Kenya, for the time being there are severe restrictions on movement.
The staff at the institute and the silkworm farmers are very patient with me, but I am sure they are filled with anxiety. This is no time to cry. I am going to do what I can do.