Tokyo Olympics to go ahead without spectators
Events at the Tokyo Olympics will go ahead in empty stadiums. The games will go ahead while Tokyo remains under a state of emergency. That means no spectators iwill be permitted
Organisers made the decision just a couple of weeks before the opening ceremony. The government decided to put Tokyo under another state of emergency until 22 August.
Some venues are located outside the metropolitan area not under the state of emergency but venues in Chiba, Kanagawa and Saitama prefectures as well will have no fans.
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