The games were to be held between July 24 and August 9 last year, but due to Kovid-19, these games were postponed for a year.
The Olympic Games are scheduled to be held in Tokyo from 23 July to 8 August this year.
The Olympic Games are scheduled to be held in Japan’s capital Tokyo this year. Although these games were to be held in the last year i.e. 2020, but due to Kovid-19, these games were postponed for a year. The speed of Kovid-19 has not stopped and it has made the lives of the people miserable. In such a situation, once again the crisis is seen in Japan on the organization of these games. An online campaign is going on against organizing these games in Japan. More than 200,000 people have signed this petition in the last few days. This tells how worried the general public of Japan is about Kovid and in such a situation, they do not seem to be in favor of organizing the Olympic Games.
The games were to be held between July 24 and August 9 last year, but were postponed. Now these games are to be held between 23 July to 8 August. There is three months left in the Olympic Games. In such a situation, questions have arisen again whether the Olympic Games in Tokyo can be conducted successfully and safely. Apart from the players in these games, officers, volunteers, police of Japan will also be involved. In this context, security is very important.
Millions of people got support in two days
It has been just two days since the launch of this anti-Olympic expedition and in the same days it has crossed its 200,000 signature target and touched the figure of 210,000. Due to the fourth wave of epidemic and the slow pace of vaccination, many people living in Tokyo feel that the Olympic Games should not be held this year. Japanese kimono shop owner Katasumi Abiko told the news agency Reuters, “It is absurd that we are organizing the Olympics while Kovid. If we decide to cancel these games at this time, we will be appreciated for taking the right decision and we will be remembered in history. ”
There was no change in the attitude of the organizer
However, the organizers of the games have consistently said that the games will be organized. They have also released Kovid-19 protocols for players and officials. Pfizer and its German partnership company Biotech SE said on Thursday that they are ready to give their vaccine to the players participating in the Olympic Games.
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