Tokyo Olympics can be cancelled, Japan said this about the Games

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There were not so many cases of corona epidemic in Japan compared to other countries. But recently, as the case of Corona infection increased, Japan closed its borders for non-resident foreigners and declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and other major cities.

The Japanese government privately concluded that the Tokyo Olympics would have to be canceled due to the corona virus epidemic, according to a report by The Times, an unnamed senior member of the ruling coalition said. According to the report, the entire focus of the government is now on securing the Games for Tokyo in the next available year 2032.

Declaration of emergency in Tokyo as cases of infection increase

Let me tell you that there were not so many cases of corona epidemic in Japan compared to other countries. But recently, as the case of Corona infection increased, Japan closed its borders for non-resident foreigners and declared a state of emergency in Tokyo and other major cities.

IOC President said that Olympics will be held on fixed schedule

Significantly, the Tokyo Olympics are scheduled to begin on 23 July this year. Earlier the games were to be organized in the year 2020 but due to the Corona epidemic, they were postponed. At the same time, the chairman of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Thomas Bak has said in an interview that the Tokyo Olympics will be on its schedule.

80 percent people do not want to organize games

While around 80% of people in Japan do not want the Games to be held this summer, recent public opinion polls indicate that there are fears that influx of athletes may increase cases of infection.

Significantly, Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said this week that the showpiece event “will bring hope and courage to the world.” While International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bak in an interview with Kyodo News on Thursday said that the Games will be held this year the commitment is confirmed.

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