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Tokyo Olympics: Japan to require COVID-19 tests for athletes, draft shows

WorldNews Wednesday, 23 September 2020
Tokyo Olympics: Japan to require COVID-19 tests for athletes, draft showsTOKYO: Organisers of next year's delayed Olympic Games will require coronavirus tests of foreign athletes upon their arrival in Japan, draft measures released on Wednesday show. Japanese athletes and other participants living in Japan will face...
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