Tokyo Olympics to go ahead without spectators as State of emergency announced

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

8 Jul 2021

Olympics Minister Tamayo Marukawa today announced that the Tokyo 2021 Olympics would have to be held without spectators due to rising cases of coronavirus.

The news follows discussions with officials and organisers on Thursday evening with a state of emergency in Tokyo to run throughout the entirety of the Games. قمار على النت

Japans Olympics chief Seiko Hashimoto said: “It is regrettable that we are delivering the Games in a very limited format, facing the spread of coronavirus infections. I am sorry to those who purchased tickets and everyone in local areas. شرح لعبة بلاك جاك

“We will support any measure which is necessary to have a safe and secure Olympic and Paralympic Games for the Japanese people and all the participants”, he added.

This will be Tokyo’s fourth state of emergency beginning on Monday – 11 days before the Games open – and will end on 22 August, two days before the start of the Paralympics. لعبة الرهان الرياضي