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TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!
    JOE MCNALLY/ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story of the Week #794: TUESDAY July 13, 2021: 'TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!' by ZUMA Award winning Photographer Joe McNally whose career has taken him on assignment to 70 countries, here McNally gives us a unique preview of TOKYO 2020 and what will likely be one of the most controversial games ever: After a yearlong postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 olympic Games are set to kick off later this summer in Tokyo, despite the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and lingering concerns in Japan. Though the games will be taking place in 2021 due to the postponement, they will continue to be officially branded as the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Public opinion polls in japan charted strong opposition to the event, but at this point the games reportedly cost Japan about 5 billion, making them the most expensive ever. Japan has banned all foreign spectators from attending any of the events, and domestic spectators will be under strict limitations. Against the professional advice of many doctors and public-health officials, the 2020 Olympics will kick off on July 23, 2021. Welcome to 'TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!'
TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!
    JOE MCNALLY/ZUMA (bios)
zReportage.com Story of the Week #794: TUESDAY July 13, 2021: 'TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!' by ZUMA Award winning Photographer Joe McNally whose career has taken him on assignment to 70 countries, here McNally gives us a unique preview of TOKYO 2020 and what will likely be one of the most controversial games ever: After a yearlong postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 olympic Games are set to kick off later this summer in Tokyo, despite the ongoing spread of COVID-19 and lingering concerns in Japan. Though the games will be taking place in 2021 due to the postponement, they will continue to be officially branded as the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Public opinion polls in japan charted strong opposition to the event, but at this point the games reportedly cost Japan about 5 billion, making them the most expensive ever. Japan has banned all foreign spectators from attending any of the events, and domestic spectators will be under strict limitations. Against the professional advice of many doctors and public-health officials, the 2020 Olympics will kick off on July 23, 2021. Welcome to 'TOKYO TODAY: United by Emotion!'