The Japanese Prime Minister guarantees to maneuver the Olympics ahead amid the virus tide


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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga on Monday promised to press ahead with preparations to host the Tokyo Olympics this summer amid growing public opposition to the Games as the country faces a surge in COVID-19 Cases to contend with.

"We will go ahead with preparations, be determined to take watertight measures against infection and hold an event that can bring hope and courage to the world," Suga said in his keynote address at the beginning of a regular session of parliament.

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