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The health ministry said Thursday that antidote auto-injections by non-medical professionals, such as rescue workers, will be permitted should toxic agents be dispersed in a terrorist attack.

The move is designed to prepare for any chemical terrorist attack in the run-up to next year’s Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

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