A Manga [Hataraku Saibo/Cells at Work] Post A Story of the Corona Virus on Internet

The Manga [ Hataraku Saibo] – Cells at work!

Some people might know what Manga is. Manga stories are in a broad range of genres, comics, action, detective, romance, adventure, fantasy and business etc、you name it!!! And many manga are read by people of all ages in Japan.

An image of manga - Cells at Work! - Wikipedia

Cells at Work! is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Akane Shimizu. It features the anthropomorphized cells of a human body, with the two main protagonists being a red blood cell and a white blood cell she frequently encounters. Wikipedia

According to News Web Easy, Akane Shimizu’s one of manga [ Cells at work] represents cells in a body like human beings and we are able to know about our bodies. This manga is popular in Europe as well as Asian countries.

The publishing company of the [Cells at work] manga and Ministry of Health, labor and welfare worked together and made new series about new corona virus, which is easy to understand and posted it on internet. A features of the virus and what would happen if the body infected with the virus are explained and how to avoid from being infected is introduced.

A doctor who co-operated for this manga said “This is a wonderful Japanese manga and we want to give the correct information to all people around the world. “

This manga is a free view and everyone will be able to watch until next March on internet. The manga with English translation and Hindi translation are being planned to post for non-Japanese speakers..

The actual article

漫画まんが「はたらく細胞さいぼう」 コロナウイルスのはなしをネットで

[5月6日 12時00分]





Let’s watch together with your children to protect each other!

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