The Olympic Games shouldn’t happen, says Canadian living in Tokyo

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    Description: Some high-profile athletes have decided not to compete in the Olympics because of COVID-19 concerns. Canadian Rebekkah Nyack, who is currently studying at a university in (what city?) Japan, understands their fears and has her own concerns about the Olympic Games moving forward.

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