Tokyo Olympic in Japan
The COVID-19 pandemic situation in Japan are getting louder by the day and current polls in Japan show nearly 70% of the population do not want the Olympics to go ahead, but the International Olympic Committee (IOC) remains steadfast that Tokyo Olympic will take place from 23 July to 8 August in Tokyo, Japan. Originally Olympic scheduled to take place in 2020 but due to endless loop of Coronavirus infection, it was postponed to this year.
You must be curious why the show must go on? Because Japan won’t be able to cancel the Olympic…in the other words, they can but if they brake the contract and cancel the game, Japan must pay enormous of compensation to IOC. That’s why Tokyo Olympic will go ahead regardless of the fourth wave of COVID-19. On 8th July 2021, the Japanese Olympic Committee announced to hold the games in a limited way by not allowed spectators to see the show at all venues in and around the capital – Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama but other venues that far away from capital will be limited volume of spectator from 5,000 to 10,000.
Although you cannot see the live game in Tokyo but spectators from across the nation and around the world still have an opportunity to enjoy the game at home because they plan to show more than 7,000 hours from Tokyo Olympic across its networks, broadcast and streaming platforms.
Enjoy cheer-up all competitors from all around the world and STAY SAFE EVERYONE !!!!