Singer Ayumi Hamasaki  announced on Instagram that she has donated 10 million yen to the National Center for Global Health and Medicine.
Hamasaki said, "In support of Mr. YOSHIKI, a big senior who took care of me while I was living in LA, I will donate 10 million yen to the National Center for Global Health and Medicine."
“ Every day we are at home as the only and greatest way to reduce the burden on our health care workers who are protecting us while fighting the threat of life to the side-by-side fears. I am also very grateful to all of us who are still out and continue to work in our daily lives. "
"Let's spend our time to protect the lives of ourselves and of our dear ones! I believe that Japan will surely be overcome !!"
On that day, AAA announced that Takahiro Nishijima  also donated 10 million yen to the center. The center has been designated as a designated infectious disease designated medical institution, and even for new coronavirus infections, there is an infectious disease bed equipped with an outpatient examination room and other facilities dedicated to infectious diseases. Regarding this, it is said that specialized medical staff are providing medical treatment at this dedicated facility.