The Hill  |  July 22, 2021

“The way I see it, this is both a joyless Olympics and a highly dangerous Olympics,” said Lawrence Gostin, a global health law professor at Georgetown University. “It’s coming in the middle of a pandemic with huge global suffering and there’s no audience, and it’s highly risky because it has all of the ingredients that can amplify the pandemic.” 

“I do think the protocols they’re using are the best they can do under those circumstances, but these Olympics should have been postponed,” Gostin said.

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