hello. This is Joe from the J-BOX official store.
According to today's news, a stagnant front near Japan caused record rainfall in Kyushu on the 13th, and heavy rain in Hokuriku and China. According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, the stagnation of the front is expected to continue for about a week. A wide area from Tohoku to Kyushu, centered on western Japan, continues to be in a situation where "a disaster due to heavy rain could strike anywhere at any time."
By 7:10 p.m. on the 13th, the maximum rainfall for 48 hours was 743.0 mm in Unzen City, 470.5 mm in Saga City, and 250.5 mm in Himi City, Toyama Prefecture. 8 points, the highest number in observation history.
Northern Kyushu, which has already experienced record rainfall, is expected to receive another 300mm of rain in the 24 hours until 6:00 pm on the 14th, and 200 to 300mm in the next 24 hours. Heavy rain will continue over a wide area from Tohoku to Kyushu until at least the 15th. There is no clear end date in sight.
Companies and universities that are promoting occupational vaccination, but I think that there are many places where vaccines are stored in refrigerators at venues. On the other hand, it is not realistic to move refrigerators containing vaccines in the face of the fear of secondary damage such as power outages, debris flows, and river flooding due to heavy rain. At that time, we recommend installing the "J-BOX BIO MISSION II" cooler box for vaccines. If you put the vaccine in the "J-BOX BIO MISSION II" and move it to a safe place before a heavy rain or typhoon comes, you don't have to worry about throwing it away.
"J-BOX BIO MISSION II" comes with two vial holders and inner bags by default, so it can be used not only in emergency situations but also for regular vaccinations.
In addition, if a vial holder is selected, it can be used for both Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, and Moderna vaccine vial holders can also be used for Astra vaccines.
By installing "J-BOX BIO MISSION II" that can be used in various situations, I think it will be a plus not only for disaster countermeasures but also for regular vaccination work.
I hope you will consider it.