“What I found through the survey is that some women have less power to say no in COVID19 time...It gets harder to set the boundary and say no. And some say there is no place to escape or go so it gets hard to keep saying no. They are more vulnerable than before." writes Elif, in her article about restricted access to health services and products during Covid-19. Leslie and Sachiko continue the talk about health services in Japan with Elif. This time, they talk about access to health services during the pandemic, as well as the importance of consent. This is Part 2 of Health Services in Japan.
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