The Tokyo Olympics had already been postponed for a year due to COVID-19 and this time too there is a constant protest about the Games.
The Olympic Games are to be held in Tokyo from July 23 to August 8 this year.
The Olympic Games are to be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, from July 23 to August 8 this year. However, due to COVID, there is also opposition to the organization of these games in Japan. In such a situation, bad news seems to be coming for India and some other countries. According to the report of the New Straits Times, the Japanese government has asked the organizing committee of the Games to consider not giving entry to 10 countries in the Olympics. India’s name is also in the list of these 10 countries. Apart from India, the list includes the names of Malaysia, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Vietnam and the United Kingdom.
According to the report, however, the Japanese government has said that if it is not possible to give entry to these countries, then strict rules will be imposed on the players coming from here, which includes a mandatory 14-day quarantine. This can harm the players of these 10 countries. Even if he gets admission in Japan, he will not be able to train at Venue. In the 14-day quarantine, the players will train inside the hotel, which can cause problems for them.
Games have already been postponed
Although the Olympic Games were to be held last year, but due to COVID, these games were postponed for a year. This time too, however, an atmosphere is being created against the Olympic Games in Japan. In an online survey, most people believe that the Olympics should not be held at this time. These should either be canceled or postponed. The doctors of Japan had also said not to hold the games. A newspaper had also urged the Japanese government not to hold these games. At the same time, Hiroshi Mikitani, the founder of Rakuten Group, one of Japan’s biggest companies and businessmen, has described hosting the Olympic Games as a suicide mission. He said that these games should be canceled.
The organizers said that the games will be held
Amidst the protests over the holding of the Olympic Games in Japan, the organizers have said that they are committed to holding the great Kumbh of the Games. John Coates, the vice-president of the International Olympic Committee in charge of the Olympic Games, said that the Tokyo Games will be held on its schedule even after the state of emergency due to COVID-19 cases in this city and other regions of Japan. After the organizers’ meeting ended for three days, Coates told an online news conference from Australia that the Games would still be held even if local medical experts advised against holding the Olympics.
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