Japan Olympic Committee deputy chief Kozo Tashima tested positive for coronavirus


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At a time, when people all over the world are busy fighting deadly coronavirus, the deputy chief of Japan's Olympic Committee, Kozo Tashima has been tested positive for the coronavirus. Tashima said that since February 28 he was on a business trip. Meanwhile, his positive result has raised doubts over whether Tokyo is safe enough to be hosting the Summer Games later this year.