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Olympics chief hopes Covid vaccine will make Tokyo 2020 Games safe

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After making a courtesy call to the Japanese prime minister, International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach told reporters he was "very, very confident" that spectators will be able to attend the delayed 2020 Games, despite the coronavirus pandemic.