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Japanese para athletes with visual impairments or severe disabilities have struggled to train due to the closure of facilities and the need to practice social distancing due to the new coronavirus pandemic.

While athletes from around the world have been affected by the global outbreak, para athletes — especially those requiring able-bodied partners — face even more constraints when seeking places to train.

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