Like the Tokyo Olympics, fans will not be allowed into the stadium during the Paralympic Games due to the coronavirus pandemic. The organizers gave this information on Monday. During the Olympics, some fans were allowed at sporting events on the outskirts of Tokyo, but this time no spectators would be allowed for any games. In some programs, however, children are expected to participate. Organizers have asked people not to come to watch street sports (events such as marathons and walks).
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The decision was taken at a meeting of International Paralympic Committee President Andrew Parsons, Organizing Committee President Seiko Hashimoto, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike and Olympic Minister Tamayo Marukawa. The Paralympic Games will be held from August 24 in which around 4,400 players will participate. More than 11,000 athletes participated in the Olympics. Ahead of the Paralympic Games, the number of new cases has increased in Tokyo and due to this the players are also at risk of becoming positive.
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Parsons said in a press conference that there is no room for laxity in view of the Olympics (Paralympics). “Given the current number of cases (infection from Kovid-19) in Tokyo and Japan in general, everyone participating in these Games should be cautious,” he said. New infections in Tokyo tripled during the 17 days leading up to the Olympics, but medical experts said the increase was not due to the Games. As the pandemic worsened, Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga said on Monday that the state of emergency in Tokyo and other regions would be extended until September 12. The state of emergency has been in force since July 12 and was to end at the end of this month. The Paralympic Games will end on September 5.