Anime Manga Official streams Hindi version of video
The Japan Internation Cooperation Agency confirmed with ANN on Thursday that it translated and produced the Hindi versions of the new “COVID-19 vaccine” chapter from Akane Shimizu‘s Cells at Work! (Hataraku Saibō) manga in a motion comic format (with added sound effects). Anime Manga Official is streaming the Hindi version of the video.
Anime Manga Official began streaming the video on October 29 and it describes the story:
What happens to the body when it contracts the novel coronavirus? This story shows how white blood cells, red blood cells, and all the other cells in the immune system defend the body and fight against the virus, revealing its mechanisms and spreading understanding.
Kodansha also produced the video in English and Japanese in collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Agency, the National Center for Global Health and Medicine, the ICheck home COVID-19 detection kit program, and the AnyMind technology company.
The original manga ended on January 26 with the “new coronavirus disease (COVID-19)” chapter as its final chapter, while the “COVID-19 vaccine” chapter is an all-new chapter, supervised by Shimizu, and drawn by Kairemeku.
Shimizu launched the original Cells at Work! manga in the March 2015 issue of Kodansha‘s Monthly Shonen Sirius magazine. Kodansha Comics is publishing the manga in English. The first television anime of the original manga premiered in July 2018. The second season premiered on January 9 earlier this year, alongside the anime of the Cells at Work! Code Black spinoff manga.
Sources: Email correspondence, Anime Manga Official’s YouTube channel