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Olympic athletes and officials ponder vaccine dilemma as Tokyo Games loom | Kieran Pender

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

With the Covid-19 pandemic still raging, Olympians wonder whether they will - and should - be vaccinated in time for the Games Steve Solomon, a 400-metre sprinter and co-captain of the Australian athletics team, has plenty to think about. The postponed 2020 Olympics are now just six months away and, barring a Covid-19 outbreak in Australia, Solomon will compete in the national championships in April before beginning final preparations for Tokyo. But there is one thing that the sprinter insists is not front of mind for him and his teammates: the coronavirus vaccine. “Everyone is just...
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