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Spectators likely allowed at 2021 Tokyo Olympics

By AFP
17 November 2020   |   9:06 am
International Olympic Committee chief Thomas Bach is “very, very confident” that spectators can attend next year’s postponed Games, he said on Monday, after a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga where the two bumped fists in greeting.

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