People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo
People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo
Yuqing Xing
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Yuqing Xing

Tokyo Olympics: amid Japan’s lacklustre Covid-19 vaccination efforts, should the Games go ahead?

  • From Japan’s sluggish vaccine roll-out, it is evident that a sense of crisis is lacking. Have the Japanese given serious thought to the possibility that a new wave of coronavirus will arrive with the Olympics?

People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo
People wearing masks walk in Chinatown in Yokohama on April 15. Japan is experiencing a fourth wave of Covid-19 infections. Photo: Kyodo
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