Tokyo Olympics: Officials try to shore up more support with only 2 months left before games

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    As Japan grapples with a worsening COVID-19 crisis, the United States is now urging its citizens to avoid travelling to the hard-hit country.

    But despite that and growing backlash, officials say the fast-approaching Tokyo Olympics are still on track for July and that strict pandemic bubble measures can be maintained to protect locals and competitors.

    As Crystal Goomansingh reports, officials are trying to garner more support and confidence, with only 9 weeks left before the games begin.

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