Tokyo Olympics 2020: The Olympic Games are going to be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, from July 23. There are also many questions regarding the conduct of the Olympic Games in the midst of the Corona virus epidemic. In view of the threat of the Kovid epidemic, the Olympic torch relay in public places in Tokyo has been abolished.
In the last few days, there has been a huge increase in the cases of corona virus in Tokyo. In order to prevent the Olympic Games from being affected by the corona virus, the International Olympic Committee announced the end of the Olympic torch relay in public places.
The Japanese government has also informed about the end of the Olympic torch relay in public places. It has been said by the Japanese government that now an event related to the Olympic torch relay will be organized in Tokyo’s private flame lighting ceremony. This event will start from Friday this week. Not only this, people of Japan will be able to watch the telecast of this program sitting at home.
The journey of the Olympic torch relay was interrupted earlier
This is not the first time that the Olympic torch relay has been affected due to the corona virus. In March too, the journey of the Olympic torch relay was disrupted. In March also, the Olympic torch relay was banned on public roads.
Some decisions have not yet been taken regarding the conduct of the Tokyo Olympics. It is not yet decided whether spectators will be allowed on the field during the Olympic Games. This year the Olympic Games are likely to be held without spectators. A ban on the entry of foreign spectators has been announced even before the Olympic Games are held.
However, the organizers of the Olympic Games are keeping an eye on the whole situation regarding the corona virus. If the cases of corona decline in the next few days that spectators can also be allowed to go on the field with the Kovid 19 protocol.
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