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Posted in: Japan beats Belgium to reach women's basketball semifinals See in context

Well done ladies, fantastic game and 3 point shooting.

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Posted in: Serbia reaches women's basketball semifinals by ousting China 77-70 See in context

77-70 in a quarter final is not "demolished". Australia is getting demolished by team USA in the other quarter final now though.... Painful to watch.

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Posted in: Australia beats Argentina 97-59 to set up men's basketball semifinal clash with U.S. See in context

Tattoos very very popular with adults in their 20s and 30s in Australia.

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Posted in: Australia beats Argentina 97-59 to set up men's basketball semifinal clash with U.S. See in context

A good start by Argentina but they got in foul trouble allowing Australia to be too strong, great game to watch.

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Posted in: Karate hoping to land killer Tokyo blow before Olympic knockout See in context

I love it and will be watching all the Karate... Cant wait.

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Posted in: Olympic air rifles turning heads with futuristic looks See in context

Good fun and lots of controlling your breathing.

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Posted in: Japan beats Australia 8-1 in softball as Tokyo Olympic competition opens See in context

Anyone whats a App in Japan that is good for watching the games on, i dont have a TV.

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Posted in: South Australia locks down after 5 virus cases detected; 14 mil nationwide under lockdown See in context

5 deaths so far in the latest outbreak just in Sydney at the moment have been the only deaths.

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Posted in: Under-fire Olympic composer steps down over past bullying See in context

In interviews in 1994 and 1995, Oyamada said that he had bullied and assaulted several students with disabilities in school.[5] In one interview, Oyamada dismissed the incidents with a laugh.[6] In a 1995 interview for Quick Japan [ja],[7] Oyamada said he had locked a disabled student in a vaulting box,[8] wrapped another student in gymnastics mattresses and kicked them,[9] forced a student to eat their excrement,[9] taped a cardboard box around a student's head and poured chalk inside,[8] made fun of a disabled student running a long-distance race,[8] and forced a student to masturbate in front of other students.


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Posted in: Sydney coronavirus cases spike as lockdown falters See in context

Vaccination rates too low still in Australia so the government has decided a zero covid policy! Until vaccination rates are high(over 80% I would guess of adult population) the borders are closed and lock downs will keep happening.

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Posted in: Australians trapped in vaccine 'Hunger Games,' says top official See in context

AZ is lots of it in Australia as is being made in Australia but is not popular for anyone unless over 70s (Most of those have had their 1st or 2nd JAB). The rest of Australia under 70 is wanting Pfizer which is ordered from overseas. Country's with lots of covid cases rightly get first supplies of the Pfizer but Australia will get enough to get most of the population done by the end of the year then borders can open up a little more. Remember Australia has had only 1 death this year (A man in his 80s that came back from Indonesia).

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 660 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,763 See in context

Get all those over 60s vaccinated and the fatality rate will drop.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 673 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 1,751 See in context

I'm in Australia I'm 45 years old no health problems and get my 2nd Pfizer next week. I wanted it as quick as possible so I can head back to Japan when borders open up more. We have had slow take up of people wanting to get the vaccinations in Australia because we have hardly any covid around. Government wants 0 covid cases until we have approx 80% vaccination of the population, It's a catch 22.

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Posted in: Ugandan Olympic team quarantined in Japan after virus case See in context

I would like to know the running number of athletics and support staff that test positive during the games once everyone starts arriving in big numbers. Because everyone is being tested daily will be a interesting number to know.

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