Tokyo sets all time high for new COVID-19 infections
Tokyo has the dubious distinction of setting a record it was hoping to avoid, especially while hosting the Summer Olympics.
The Japanese capital reported today an all-time high for new COVID-19 infections with 3,177.
That's about 300 more daily cases than yesterday's count and comes as Tokyo remains under a fourth state of emergency.
Experts blame the surge on the more contagious Delta variant.
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