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Olympics reveal 'big hole' in Japan's health crisis policy

Audrey Tang, Taiwan's digital minister, says 'trust' is key to dealing with pandemic

Taiwan's Digital Minister Audrey Tang speaks at The 7th Nikkei FT Communicable Diseases Conference on Nov. 6. (Photo by Kosuke Imamura)

TOKYO -- As the climb in the global count of COVID-19 cases further dampens hopes for a return to normal life, it has underlined a huge challenge facing Japan, which is set to host the Summer Olympics in eight months' time, experts at an infectious disease conference hosted by Nikkei and the FT have said.

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