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Japan is facing a fourth COVID wave and sluggish vaccine rollout. Will it be ready for the Olympics?

By Craig Mark, Professor, Faculty of International Studies, Kyoritsu Women's University
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As a fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic worsens in Japan, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga faces a formidable challenge to successfully host the increasingly beleaguered Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, with less than 100 days left to go.

More contagious variants of COVID-19 are spreading from Japan’s second-largest city Osaka. Cases are already rising again in Tokyo, requiring a so-called “quasi…

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