Japan vaccinates Olympics-bound athletes | The Australian

Japan has begun vaccinating its residents who are set to participate in the Olympic Games as part of the first day of the rollout.

Approximately 200 athletes, coaches, and support staff were given a COVID-19 vaccine but there are fears of a public backlash as only an estimated three per cent of Japan’s residents are fully vaccinated.

The Tokyo Games opens up next month on July 23.

Japan has begun vaccinating its residents who are set to participate in the Olympic Games as part of the first day of the rollout.

Approximately 200 athletes, coaches, and support staff were given a COVID-19 vaccine but there are fears of a public backlash as only an estimated three per cent of Japan’s residents are fully vaccinated.

The Tokyo Games opens up next month on July 23.

Japan has begun vaccinating its residents who are set to participate in the Olympic Games as part of the first day of the rollout.

Approximately 200 athletes, coaches, and support staff were given a COVID-19 vaccine but there are fears of a public backlash as only an estimated three per cent of Japan’s residents are fully vaccinated.

The Tokyo Games opens up next month on July 23.

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