IOC official disagrees COVID-19 vaccine needed for Olympics


The head of the international Olympic committee's coordination commission for the Tokyo Olympics says he disagrees with suggestions by some scientists and doctors the vaccine for perfect nineteen is needed to hold the games the IOC's John Coates says advice received from the WHL is to continue to plan for twenty twenty one and the game's owns contingent on a vaccine post office though no details on how eleven thousand Olympians on four thousand four hundred Paralympians for more than two hundred nations and territories could safely enter and exit Japan without spreading the virus it would be a house together in the athletes village on Tuesday Japan medical association president Jesse Todd cake you put a city would be difficult to hold the Olympics unless protective vaccines are developed I'm Charles the Ledesma

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