A state of emergency was declared in Japan two weeks before the start of the Olympics

A state of emergency was declared in Japan two weeks before the start of the Olympics

New fears about hosting the Olympics spread in Japan. Corona's influence is growing again in the country. Due to which the Japanese government has again declared a state of emergency across the country. With the state of emergency declared two weeks before the start of the Olympics, Japan's Olympic organizers are now in deep trouble.

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga recently met with key ministers in his cabinet. It was decided at that meeting that the state of emergency would be maintained till August 22.

Shigeru Omi, the Japanese government's health official, said the corona was spreading rapidly. The people of the country need to understand this. From July to September, everyone needs to be careful.

The Olympic Games are going to be held in Tokyo this time. The Olympics were postponed last year due to the epidemic. With Corona in mind, this time it will be the Olympics but it will be in a stadium without spectators. A final decision was taken on Thursday.

If all goes well, this year's Olympic Games will start from July 23. For weeks, doctors in Japan have been saying that the Olympics should be held without spectators. In that case it will be less risky.

Doctors also said that Olympic athletes could be affected if spectators were allowed to enter. The country's government has taken the matter seriously as they have expressed such fears.

Many foreign spectators also came to watch the game during the Olympics. So far so good, 50 percent of the spectators will be allowed to enter the stadium. However, in the current situation, viewers from different parts of the world are going to be disappointed.