More Tests and Still More Questions About the Tokyo Olympics

The Tokyo Olympics open in under three months and there are still more questions than answers, despite the rollout of new rule books to explain how the games will take place in the middle of a surging pandemic in Japan.

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Tokyo 2020 Games Delivery Officer Hidemasa Nakamura holds a sample of the Version Two of Tokyo 2020 Playbook during a press briefing in Tokyo, Japan, 28 April 2021. The IOC and Tokyo 2020 organizers presented the second version of the playbook saying a third version will be unveiled in the coming weeks. (Franck Robichon / Pool via AP)
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TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympics open in under three months and there are still more questions than answers despite the rollout Wednesday of new rule books to explain how the games will take place in the middle of a surging pandemic in Japan. The 60-page, second version of the “Playbooks” for athletes was released by the International Olympic Committee and the the local organizers. Versions for other non-athlete groups are to be released later.…

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