A society or country is usually judged by how it treats its lowest or humblest. In this respect Japan is doing a super job in that it does not refuse care to those who need it — although there are exceptions when people in ambulances are routed from from one hospital to the next.
To the writer complaining about hospitals spending money on illegals, call it karma. How many workers from India, China and other countries are promised “training” in Japan only to get backbreaking labor with little to no compensation?
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