Amanda Morris

disability reporting fellow, New York Times

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More than 4000 athletes are competing in this year’s Paralympics, which kicks off today in Tokyo.

Paralympians can’t bring caregivers to Tokyo due to COVID. How will this affect their ability to compete?

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