Sunday, September 26

Tokyo: Can Japan’s authorities prevent the Olympics from becoming a super contagion event?


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A man wears a mask with the Olympic colors in protest against the Games

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A man wears a mask with the Olympic colors in protest against the Games

Covid-19, despite the many precautions taken, is the great fear of these Olympic Games.

In recent days, the news of the number of COVID-19 infections among athletes and people who are part of the organization has been increasing.

And the statistics increase fears that the jousting will end up being permanently affected with a high concentration of infections in a group or, what is worse, that the Games will end up being a “super contagious” event.

If there is anyone who understands the risk of hosting the Olympics during a pandemic, it is Dr. Tara Kirk Sell.


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