‘Anti-sex’ or sustainable: Tokyo Olympic Village cardboard beds spark speculation

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “‘Anti-sex’ or sustainable: Tokyo Olympic Village cardboard beds spark speculation” – below is their description.

    The unusual modular cardboard beds at the Tokyo Olympic Village have sparked speculations that they were designed to be ‘anti-sex’ as a coronavirus precaution. Concerns over the virus spreading in the Olympic Village have risen after three athletes tested positive for Covid-19. Six other competitors and two staffers are self-isolating.

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