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The total number of COVID-19 infections among participants in the Tokyo Olympics and staff reached 71
71 people received a positive result at COVID-19. New cases of infection have also been reported among staff associated with the Olympics. This category includes team officials and sports staff.
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The best athletes in the world, who arrived in Tokyo for the Olympics, will rest on cardboard beds
The beds are made by the Japanese company Airweave ㅡ it is the official partner of this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
In total, the company made 18,000 beds and mattresses.
In Japan, members of the Self-Defense Forces are searching for missing persons at a landslide site after heavy rains in Atami
80 people are missing. Officials have previously said 113 are missing.
According to the official, among the missing people may be those who were not in the city during the village. Authorities are now working to confirm their whereabouts.
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Japanese tennis player Naomi Osaka, who refused to participate in the French and Wimbledon Open due to mental health, called on girls around the world to recognize that they are different
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Nintendo has introduced an updated model of the Switch gaming console with a 7-inch OLED screen
Sales of the new OLED model from Nintendo will begin on October 8. The cost is $ 349.99.
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NASA discovered hidden lakes under the ice of Antarctica
Using the powerful satellite ICESat-2, scientists have created a map of active lakes in Antarctica, which are covered with thick ice. From time to time, their contours and sizes change due to the ebb and flow of water.
According to scientists, there are approximately 130 active lakes in Antarctica. However, some of their sections rise and fall. As a result, this leads to the filling of these areas with water, or vice versa - the water leaves them.
Patrick Vallance, the UK's chief scientific adviser, said that 60% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 had not been vaccinated.
At a press conference with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Vallance said the exact opposite: 60% of people hospitalized with COVID-19 received both doses of the vaccine.
“Correction of statistical data I gave at the press conference. About 60% of COVID-19 hospitalizations are not people who have been fully vaccinated, they are those who have not been vaccinated at all, ”Vallance wrote on Twitter.