The world is looking at the uncertain Tokyo Olympics
Another wave of coronavirus is feared in Japan. Japan’s policymakers are worried that the number of infections has risen sharply in recent days. The quest for immunization has not yet coordinated, so all the means are taken so far as to control the illness and all the victories accomplished in it might be washed away. On the other hand, the country’s business sector fears the ability to avoid bankruptcy. However, most concerned are all the organizations involved in organizing the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The 2020 Olympics are already behind us. Another timetable has been set for July-August 2021. However, the destiny of the Olympics remains in a precarious situation. Indeed, the current year’s Olympics may be bid farewell overall, and the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be written in the pages of history as an event that has not happened. If canceled, all the billions of dollars spent on the event over the last seven years will be written off.
It is dull right now what he will do in the wake of leaving the post. However, it became clear during a visit to Tokyo by IOC President Thomas Bach last week that all parties were desperately trying to avoid that possibility. In his view, the fruitful association of the Olympics will be viewed as an image of the assurance of human culture by conquering the unsafe impacts of the corona. Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Sugar echoed his remarks. Heads of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee are likewise looking at proceeding with their endeavors to guarantee the effective association of the Olympics.
Toshiro Muto, top of the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee, gave some away from how that exertion would be done. He said that during the Olympics, competitors and onlookers would be needed to keep a distance of in any event two meters from one another consistently and the place where the competitors would stay would be reduced in addition to conducting regular corona tests at the Olympic Village. At the end of the day, when the support in the separate areas of the contest is finished, the competitors will be approached to bid farewell and different events will be coordinated to offer associates to one another.
No matter what the organizers say about holding a safe Olympics by preventing the spread of the virus, the real situation in Japan says something different. And that’s why about 80 percent of people in Japan, especially in the capital, Tokyo, are no longer looking forward to the Olympics. Their thought is that it is not, at this point conceivable to stop the cancellation of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Many are now returning tickets purchased in advance. This is an impression of the dissatisfaction among the citizens with the Olympics.
For five days, the daily count of new infections in Japan has exceeded two thousand. As a result, the government is reconsidering the decision to control the rally which was relaxed a few days ago. The Japanese government is also reconsidering its decision to ease travel bans.
Contradictory reports on the discovery of a vaccine against the coronavirus at the international level indicate that the vaccine is unlikely to arrive soon. As a result, no one can guarantee that athletes and sports officials from around the world who have come to the Olympics will be able to travel to Japan with the vaccine. As a result, the future of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics hangs in the balance. That’s why, in a press conference Wednesday after reviewing the IOC’s three-day project review, John Coates, chairman of the coordination commission, said that in many cases the final decision was not yet timely.