In Tokyo, the Olympic Games are now under threat, amid ever-increasing cases of corona in Japan. In view of the Kovid-19, it has been decided to extend the lockdown ending on May 11 in several major cities of Japan by the end of this month. Japan’s Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga has given this information. He said that the lockdown would be kept for this entire month due to the ever increasing cases in the country.
Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh qualified for the Tokyo Olympics in the men’s doubles event of rowing
Prime Minister Yoshihida Suga said that the less drastic emergency measures than the rest of the countries were to end on May 11, but now it will remain until the end of this month. Let us know that the Tokyo Olympics is scheduled to be held from July 23, 2021 this year. This is the second time the Olympic Games are being held in Tokyo, Japan. Japan had celebrated the rapid recovery from defeat in World War II through the 1964 Olympic Games earlier in Tokyo, but this time there will be many different rules and restrictions regarding the holding of the Games. Of course, the goal of the players would be to win the medal, but few others would like to organize the games without any problems, do not spread the Kovid-19 transition through these games and remain national pride.