Japan’s cabinet minister Taro Kono said in relation to the postponed Tokyo Olympics that “anything could happen”, leading to increased skepticism about his event. Six months are left for the postponed Tokyo Olympics.
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He also reiterated that in a recent survey, 80 percent of people in Japan think that the Olympics should not be held or held. Kono said at the ‘Reuters Next Conference,’ I should say that anything is possible. These (Olympic Games) can go either way. ‘
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In Japan, an emergency order has been issued in view of new rising cases of corona virus. However, Japan has handled the corona virus better than other countries and there have been about 4,000 deaths.
As per the schedule, the Olympics will start from July 23, followed by the Paralympics from August 24. The organizers of the Tokyo Olympic did not comment on Kono’s remarks but said that Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga has expressed his determination to organize the Games.
The statement said, ‘The circumstances regarding the Kovid-19 epidemic are changing every minute. We hope that a number of measures implemented by the Japanese government, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government and other officials will help improve the situation. ”