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Last week, organizers of the Tokyo Olympics announced fans would be barred from the games after the city declared a coronavirus state of emergency. Despite the risk, some athletes are choosing to attend the Summer Games without being vaccinated.
One of those athletes is US swimmer Michael Andrew. After publicly stating he plans to compete at the Tokyo Olympics unvaccinated, Andrew joined Stuart Varney on Fox Business to discuss his decision.
“I’m an elite athlete. Everything we take and put in our body is very calculated. You know, with the period going into Olympic trials, I didn’t want to risk any time out of the pool,” Andrew said on Varney & Co.