This Friday, July 23rd opens finally, in Tokyo (Japan), the 32nd edition of the Olympic Games.
Cancelled last year because of Covid-19, they will however have to take place in new conditions with the arrival of a 4th wave and a worrying increase of contaminations: behind closed doors and under state of emergency.
The sanitary bubble set up around the athletes and journalists has already been cracked: several athletes have tested positive for Covid-19 and will not be able to compete. The Japanese public and sponsors are sorry about the situation and almost deplore the continuation of what is now called “the pandemic games”.
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