Tokyo Olympics Latest Update: Some local fans will be able to attend the Tokyo Olympics as spectators. The IOC said on Monday that all Olympic venues have a cap of 50 percent of the capacity, which can have a maximum of 10,000 fans. This decision has been announced by the local organiser, the International Olympic Committee, the International Paralympic Committee, the Government of Japan and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government through online conversations.
Experts advised not to include
Earlier, Dr. Shigeru Omi, Japan’s top medical advisor, suggested that it would be safe to hold the Olympics without fans. Even before this, he had called it wrong to organize the Olympics during the epidemic. The Tokyo Olympics will start on 23 July.
Fans from abroad were banned a few months ago. Officials said that local fans will come under strict rules. They will not be allowed to raise enthusiasm by voicing for the players. It will be necessary for them to wear masks. Fans will be asked to go directly to the house.
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Organizers said that Japanese people have 36-3.7 million tickets. There is a risk of spreading Kovid-19 infection due to the presence of spectators in the stadium. Not only the stadium, this will also lead to more crowds on public transport, restaurants and other public places. Tokyo and other places are under strict restrictions until July 11. Before this, there was a complete emergency till last weekend. Under the new rules, alcohol will be allowed in restaurants for a few hours. Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said before the official announcement that if the situation changed, he would ban fans.