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Tokyo — A top medical organisation has thrown its weight behind calls to cancel the Tokyo Olympics saying hospitals are already overwhelmed as the country battles a spike in coronavirus infections less than three months from the start of the Games.

The Tokyo Medical Practitioners Association, representing about 6,000 primary-care doctors, said hospitals in the Games host city “have their hands full and have almost no spare capacity” amid a surge in infections...

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