Tokyo Olympics Organizers to Decide on Overseas Spectators This Month

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    Mar.03 — Organizers of the Tokyo Olympics will decide later this month whether to allow spectators from overseas. The announcement comes as Japan may extend its second state of emergency by two weeks in the Tokyo region to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. Sophie Jackman reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia.”

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