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Japan scientist ‘very pessimistic’ Olympics go on next year

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The Japanese professor of infectious diseases says he is very pessimistic the Tokyo Olympics can be held next year in taro it was talk of Kobe university says the Olympics could only be held if Japan can control the curve in nineteen infection or other countries six seed as well he says you have to invite so many athletes for many many places which is not very compatible with this because the nineteen inspection last month the international Olympic committee our local organizes spoon the Olympics for a year because of the pandemic they also open on July twenty three twenty twenty one Japan was spread during the initial stages of the outbreak the case is not spiking with about twelve thousand detected infections and about two hundred and fifty deaths I’m Charles the last month

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