Tokyo Olympics 2020: Big information has come to light about the Olympic Games starting from July 23 in Tokyo, the capital of Japan. The Olympic Games will be held on the ground without spectators. In view of the increasing cases of corona virus in Tokyo, emergency has been imposed till 22 August. After the emergency was imposed, the organizers decided to organize the Tokyo Olympics without spectators.
The Tokyo Olympics will run from 23 July to 8 August. The Japanese government has banned the entry of spectators into stadiums. The International Olympic Committee, International Paralympic Committee, Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee, Tokyo Metropolitan Government supported this decision.
In June, the Japanese government announced the possibility of allowing a limited number of local spectators in the stadium. The decision to not allow foreign visitors was taken a few months back. On Thursday, Japan’s Olympic Minister Tamayo Marukawa took the decision after discussions with officials and organisers.
Corona virus cases have increased in Tokyo
To deal with the corona virus, a state of emergency will remain in Tokyo during the entire Games. There is a new surge in cases in Japan and according to reports, 2180 new cases were reported in the country on Wednesday. Some 920 of them were in Tokyo.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga told reporters in Tokyo that the state of emergency would last from 12 July and last until 22 August, thus affecting the start of the Paralympic Games, which will begin on August 24 and run until September 5. It was decided on Thursday that the decision to allow spectators at the Paralympic Games would be taken after the Olympic Games.
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