Published On: Sun, Jan 10th, 2021
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COVID-19 cases rise just months ahead of Olympics, Tokyo residents at odds with whether Games should proceed


Back in the early 1960s, most Japanese were initially opposed to hosting the Olympics, but ultimately came to cherish the symbolism of the event. More than a half-century later, the population appeared ready to back staging the Summer Games again, only to have a pandemic derail the event and flip public opinion in the process.

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