While the Summer Olympics and Paralympics have been delayed for about a year due to the spread of the new virus, the question remains: will the global health crisis be managed by then? According to a release from the Japanese website Theodda.
Japan's capital is facing growing problems following the first Olympic delays in history, with local organizers facing the task of restructuring over the last six years.
The International Olympic Committee and local organizers have agreed that the Tokyo Olympics, originally scheduled for July 24 this year, will run between July 23 and August 8, 2021, followed by the Paralympics. From August 24 to September 5.
The IOC emphasized the importance of organizing the Tokyo Olympics in 2021, with President Thomas Bach saying the event could be "a celebration of humanity after overcoming unprecedented challenges." Of this virus. However, as the organizers try to address a range of issues, ranging from securing accommodation for athletes and officials, collecting volunteers and finding ways to pay for extra expenses, hosting tips Successful Tokyo Olympics are something they cannot control.
On March 24, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Bach agreed to hold the Tokyo Olympics in the summer of 2021, the last time after they were pressured by athletes to change schedules to prevent the spread of the Tokyo Olympics. Viruses are more infectious and give them a chance to be fully prepared.
By: Philip Philip