Tokyo Olympic Governor Yuriko Koike has demanded the coronavirus state is refining in Japan as the country lasts arrangements for the postponed Olympic 2020 and Paralympic Games. In an interview with Reuters, Koike also said preparations for the Games, pushed back to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, remained on track.
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The number of new coronavirus cases spikey previous this month, with Tokyo Olympic journalism a record 462 cases on August 1. While the latest number of new bags in the capital was stated as 236, the number of contagions has progressively dropped in recent weeks. The daily count countrywide has now been below 1,000 for four conventional days.
“I think the situation is much better than before,” Koike told Reuters.
2We will do our best to prevent coronavirus infections here in Japan and also to welcome the athletes from all over the world. The postponed Olympics are due to take place until August 8 next year, shadowed by the Paralympics from August 24 to September 5.
Doubts continue over the Games due to the coronavirus pandemic, with surveys lately skimpy doubt among members of the public and helpers. Coronavirus countermeasures have been watched as energetic in providing comfort and allowing the Games to take place as deliberate.
The process will be led by the Japanese Government as part of a three-party council, which will also feature the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee. Conferences are set to begin this fall to determine robust countermeasures, which are predictable to be announced by the end of 2020.